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Stories of women who “accidentally” discovered a miracle breakthrough in anti-aging by using one cream at night, and another cream in the morning.
These ads are all over Facebook and they are bogus.I told him I had no idea that this was a trial period and would receive additional shipments. I pointed out that the return shipping center address on the box showed Akoura, 561 Keystone Ave., #310, Reno, NV 89503 and that I called and it turned out to be a UPS store.The box had USPS first class on it and that UPS store had no idea who they were.They all follow the same story line, usually referencing a celebrity and also a normal lady with the likeness of “Brenda” who by accident, discovered that by using one cream in the morning and one cream at night, she obtained miraculous results.And before you know it, you’re ordering your free trials of both creams.The abundance of ads on the internet for free trials of anti-aging products, as well as the hundreds of women who have been scammed and left comments on inspired me to write this post.
Before I go any further – if you’ve been scammed and are looking for a phone number to cancel, please check for the number on my latest blog post – I’ve been adding to list daily!!
In the example below for Puravol (copied and pasted from their website, had to scroll down to find it), the trial period is only 12 days, and on the 12th day you’ll be billed .15, and billed .15 every 30 days thereafter. Rob Miller from Supplement recently posted a really good article about Supplement free trials that use similar deceptive marketing. These short-term free trials won’t be going anywhere anytime soon, so the best advice I can give you is to simply don’t accept these types of offers, and hopefully now you know what to look out for! Kollagen Intensiv contains collagen-boosting SYN®COL, a patented peptide in clinic trials to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by up to 354% and improve the skin’s texture by 201%. This all-in-one treatment diminishes fine lines, deeper set wrinkles and crows feet, brightens complexion, hydrates, and reduces sun damage and age spots. Once I received it, I noticed there was no receipt and no where on the literature that came with it came a return address nor did it show that this was a trial and that you needed to cancel within 14 days or another shipment would be sent.
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. Also, there is a card that states “Please don’t Forget” billing on your credit card statement may appear similar to and listed four different company names.
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.
name, address, phone, email, but you are REQUIRED to enter your credit card information to accept the free trial (to pay for the shipping).
It’s super helpful if you do leave a review, please list the name of the cream or product, and a phone number to cancel if you have it. The word similar struck me immediately as being a scam along with no return address.