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This is nothing short of deceptive and misleading advertising. “REVIVE DERMA” is the most popular free trial cream right now!
In this article I will articulate how this new wave of “short-term” (12-14 day) free trials suck you in, how they function, and why I don’t like 99% of them.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!!For example, there is one video of Ellen Degeneres floating around to boost the claim that she’s promoting a specific eye cream, but if you watch the video you will realize that she’s merely doing a comedy stand up act where she jokes about what a klutz she is when she uses an eye cream (in a general sense) If a picture of Dr. Oz’s serum and now he billed me $90, what a jerk for being involved in these scams.” Truth is he’s NOT responsible, because these are not his 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!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.
I immediately googled it and found it to be a scam.
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.
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).
I’m sorry to say, but there is no wrinkle cream, or combination of, that will give you this type of result, and this happens to be a photo-shopped image purchased on a popular website called “shutterstock.” No, they don’t! Oz does not, I repeat DOES NOT have his own skin care line, cream or serum.