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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 $99.15, and billed $99.15 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. I ordered a sample of the anti-wrinkle cream and eye cream. They would only refund 50% which meant I was charged for one product $119.83.
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.
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