Naughty chat lines and trials
Be weary of any offer that won’t let you proceed to checkout without agreeing to order a second or third eye cream or serum in order to get the cream you’re trying to order – huge red flag! When you sign up for a free trial, you’re not only giving them all of your personal information, i.e.
My assumption was that I would not receive a refund for the $94.90 even if I return the shipment. I only thought I would try something cheap as it was the X-mas season and didn’t want to spend my usual $75.
So, instead of arguing with her I accepted the 50% off. If anyone is interested, Juice Beauty is an awesome product that DOES list its ingredients and you will see results.
This is nothing short of deceptive and misleading advertising. “REVIVE DERMA” is the most popular free trial cream right now!
I was interviewed by Cristin Severance with CBS 11 in Dallas, Texas about Beauty Cream “Free Trials.” Cristin is a Consumer Justice Investigator and has won 7 Emmy Awards!
Again, I do not promote these free trial scams and I’m NOT the one who sold this to you if you’ve been scammed. Check for the number on my latest blog post below and call the cream manufacturer to cancel your free trial. I called to cancel and was told they could not cancel until after I had received product and then i could call to get return instructions.
Don’t fall for the latest – the “as seen on Shark Tank” creams.
Oz (or any other celebrity) is in a wrinkle cream ad, it must be true right? These are crooks and liars using his name to sell their products!You were the only help I saw online after ordering my « free sample »Nobody else offered a solution. The phone number for customer service in Canada for Good Skin and Skin Repair allegedly endorsed by Dragon’s Den is 289-276-1919 P. Box 1202 Willowdale Ontario Canada: actually a call centre based in Utah. only to find they had charged me another $94.90 yesterday. Yes, they offered to give me a discount of 50% off.Yesterday,the site popped up on FB…trial sample of Vivid Cream. However, the product had a different name…Jouliage. I insisted, to his dismay, that I was cancelling my subscription and sample order. It would have been charged on my cc as Mylustrousbod and Myradianrbod. I was told that I could not return the product without being charged return shipping and a restock fee.You’ve probably seen the alluring ads with captivating headlines such as “Dr.Oz Calls this a Miracle Cream,” or “Katie Couric’s Backstage Secret,” or “Shhhh Don’t Tell Covergirl.” The latest scam is the “as seen on Shark Tank” creams.“Derma Juvenate” and “RVTL Anti-Aging” are two free trials I get a ton of complaints about.