Allumiderm Anti-Ageing Serum – Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

Allumiderm Anti-Ageing Serum – Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

Many would call the Allumiderm anti-ageing serum a scam? After-all it is available for trial, which is often a bad sign.

What is the truth though? The following review will look at a number of aspects before we come to our final conclusion.

If you are tempted by this offer and would like to learn the truth before you give away your credit card information then please read on. We will soon show you why you should always do your research before signing up to an offer like this.

Claimed benefits of Allumiderm

The benefits claimed by Allumiderm have been seen on countless other websites promoting trial offers. These benefits include:

  • Achieve visibly younger looking skin
  • Brighten skin’s appearance
  • Restore your radiant, firmer skin
  • Smooth look of stubborn fine lines

Is there any proof that these claims are accurate? We will need to look to see what ingredients have been used to confirm the accuracy of these claims.

Ingredients to be found in Allumiderm

Unfortunately like so many trial offers before it there is a lack of ingredient information available on the Allumiderm website.

What we have got in place of a label (our preference) or a list of ingredients is a short paragraph stating that “whole collagen molecules” and “peptides” have been used.

While this may sound impressive it doesn’t really prove much and leaves me wondering if any benefit will be experienced through the use of this product.

What is the true cost of the Allumiderm trial?

If you think that Allumiderm is a free trial then you are going to be disappointed. Trial offers like this are rarely free, even when stated as such.

After reading the terms and conditions, which I would recommend you do too, I can reveal that at the conclusion of the 14 day trial you will be charged the full purchase price of $89.95.

This trial leads onto an auto-ship program, so unfortunately if you do not cancel the trial you are likely to be charged every month thereafter, while being sent a further package of cream too.

Is the Allumiderm trial offer a scam?

There are two reasons why we cannot recommend this offer, and they are the lack of ingredient information and the price.

Without any ingredient information we cannot prove the claims made, for all we know no benefit could be on offer. The price is also too high, especially when compared to similar offers currently available.

Contact details for Allumiderm

The contact details you will need to cancel the trial are as follows:

Phone: (877) 631-1620
Email: support@allumiderm.com

If you have signed up to this offer and would like to leave your own review of your experiences then you can do so by completing the comment form found below this review.

I am sure that there will be others who would like to hear about your experiences with this product, whether good or bad.

Alternative anti-ageing product

XYZ Smart CollagenOur suggested alternative is XYZ Smart Collagen (available to buy online).

It contains proven anti-ageing ingredients.

The benefits on offer include:

  • Fewer wrinkles and fine lines
  • Increased skin moisture
  • More collagen produced

There is no auto-shipping or hidden charges associated with this offer, that is because it is not available for trial.

Click Here to read our full review of XYZ Smart Collagen >>

27 comments on "Allumiderm Anti-Ageing Serum – Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?"
  1. This is as close to a scam as you can get without the company being closed down and fined. The product is about 1 ounce of a cream that did nothing to help me and I’m sure thousands of other people. Do yourself a favor and don’t try this product because if they won’t stand behind their product how good can it be?

  2. Huge scam! Hidden terms of the trial, making you read the fine print to realize that they will SUPRISE charge you $177 for the products instead of the $10 for 2 products like they advertise. Huge rip off and major false advertising.

  3. I purchased the free trial and had allergic ration so I called 3 days after and cancelled. That was in June now July 14 they took 89 dollars off my debit card so when I called they said they had no record of my cancellation
    And I just deleted my info on July 10th or 11th cause I thought it was taken care off. I want my refund.

  4. Same as the ones above Huge Scam/Rip Off.
    Free trial pay shipping says nothing about auto-renewal and start charging your card without your permission. Thieves, should be charged for stealing from your account!!

  5. I concur with the above posts. Somehow, and I don’t remember how, I was lead to believe the product was associated with a San Francisco based medical researcher whom I trust. It isn’t.

    I started to fill out the form online and didn’t complete the process because I became suspicious part way through the process. I simply closed the website without sending or authorizing the order. The next day, a representative called me, saying she was checking because I had not fully filled out the order. I explained my concerns and she assured me this ‘trial’ was NOT an authorization of future orders. She lied.

    I recall the online form talking of a ‘trial size’ and I asked the lady on the phone about the ‘trial size’. She told me the ‘trial size’ was out of stock and I’d be receiving a full size ‘trial’.

    She didn’t tell me anything about the 14 day limitation on the trial period to avoid authorization of future orders – – she simply told me there was no such authorization. Of course, as far as they know, it is my word against theirs. As far as they know.

    When I received the 2nd order, it was a total surprise. A couple days later I received my credit card bill and there on the bill were two separate charges of roughly $90 each for the creams. When I called I was informed of the ‘Terms and Conditions’ of the online order – – which I never placed – – and my obligation to those ‘Terms and Conditions’. There was no statement from them indicating this $180 a month charge and the continuance of the shipments would cease automatically. I doubt they would – as long as they were charging my credit card.

    They have process a 35% discount and a cancellation of the order. I have the email confirmation from them. I have on yet received the money back.

    I’ve now communicated the fact that I never placed the order online and the order they have was one authorized via a phone conversation with a representative. I’ve requested a full refund of the roughly $180 charge to my credit card.

    I will now contact my congress person to pursue legislation against these companies, listing this company as example. A friend of mine just experienced this same thing from a company claiming to represent Ivanka Trump. It would seem our sitting president would be very interested in learning his name is being defrauded in this manner. Probably the same company.

  6. You had better read the terms and conditions of any free trials. A month after I paid s/h for my free trial I get $300 charges on my credit card. I called Allumiderm to ask what was all these charges are for. Their reply was you agreed to the terms and conditions of the trial. I admit I did not read all of the terms I was just excited to try something new. Their customer service was worst I have ever dealt with. Please don’t fall a victim of this misleading free trials. Never again will I fall for a scam like this

  7. All the above happened to me. The person I spoke with on the phone said they were out of the sample size but would send full amount at no charge. No mention anywhere about the 14 day trial. Make a complaint with FTC. They lied to me about many things.

  8. Why sucker people in buy a free trial product and charge them shipping and handling for which it should be paid for that little bottle product then turn around charge them full price if that the case cancel my order. Using famous people to Pretoria your product say it works.

  9. I had the worst experience with this company and something needs to be done about this. If you don’t read you screwed out of lots of money. I got scammed out of 200.00.little bottles cost that much. I want my money back.

    • Product came damaged two weeks late then billed me for 87$. Will not refund money lady laughed at me and said she can return 35 percent of it

  10. I was cheated out my money it’s a shame how companies steal your money the product is not good that’s why they have to steal

    • Do not believe on this free trial, you still need to cancel within 14 days so you won’t get charge the full amount. I didn’t sign up for membership, why do I need to call to cancel, they still charge me the full amount. This is a scam.

  11. This is a total scam!! Avoid at all costs! I lost $180 that I did not authorize and they refused to refund. Will report to the FTC.

  12. I read an article that Victoria Osteen is leaving her responsibilities from her husband’s church because her company Alumiderm is doing so well.

    Below the article is an link for a free trial to try the product, with a 4.95 shipping fee. I selected the shipping fee of 4.95, and then another product popped up. I did not select it, but it charged me an additional shipping fee totaling $10.00.

    Within two minutes I called the company to tell them I didn’t want the 2nd product. The phone representative looked it up, and told me they could not remove it, or they would charge me $38.00 for the product. I told her I just ordered one product and I don’t want the other. She told me she could not cancel it. I told her the order form was very deceptive, and she informed me that I should have scrolled all the way down to cancel the second product.

    I told her that the way the order form is set up, the 2nd product is blinking, and even though you don’t select it, it adds it on as you are attempting to complete your order.

    She would not cancel my order, stating it would charge my credit card the full price if I canceled it. I told her I was going to leave a very unpleasant review, and she informed me to call back after I received the product to cancel future orders.

    Very disappointed with this deceptive practice and I’m going to leave reviews on other forums so others do not get taken advantage of.

  13. I am also a victim of this HUGE SCAM – ordered the product believing in what they said is only $4.95 to TRY the product. My credit card was charged the amount plus $89.95 for the small amount which did not even last for 2 weeks. When I called the company to refund my CC they were so rude and told me I did not cancel
    On time! I said the product hasn’t been in my possession for 2 weeks! The rude manager said the trial period includes the time the product has been shipped and dont care what happens during transit! I also told them that I had a bad reaction to it which was quite delayed but Cris the manager said it is normal! He would not even listen to any amount of explanation you give and would even cut you off!! we demand full refund of our money not only a 35% and shut down this company! Please please read the reviews prior to trying this product!

  14. Does anyone know the address to report th company of the products allumineye and Allumiderm? I want to report them to the BBB. The payments they took from my bank were made to jjeskinpurify and revitalizee. I have been scammed as well by the request to pay shipping on the free trial then billed $89 and $94/month for 2 product I did not agree to buy! Any help is appreciated!!!

  15. HUGE SCAM…FRAUD……Talk to your bank and they can file fraud charges against the company that you were billed by, which in my case was a totally different company than AIllumiderm. The bank can have the charges reversed.

    • Does filing a claim with the bank do anything? I was also SCAMMED for $269!! I ordered the trial products on Aug. 31st. Billed $4.95 for the face cream and $5.95 for the eye cream. Then I was hit with $89.95 on 9/27, $86.95 on 10/2 and $92.90 on 10/31. I just received two boxes last week, so I called about returning the products because it doesn’t work! I was told I missed the deadline date for a refund and THEY DON’T DO RETURNS!! What a SCAM! My products were charged from AJS Skinrefresh and KJE EyeEssentials. The supervisor I spoke to was rude and refused to work with me, said they have a no return policy! Period!! Where is the written policy? He claims it’s online!! Finally after arguing for a half hour, he said he would process a full refund for 2 of the charges, but he would not do a refund on the other charges….AND ONLY if I promised to NOT pursue additional action on the older charges.
      What a RIP OFF and a JOKE!!

  16. Definitely a SCAM!!!!!!! “All ‘information’ is hidden in fine print under ‘Terms and Conditions’ and does not even appear on android cell phone at time of order!!!!! “Free Trial” is for 14 days, not as advertised as “absolutely free” and the 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee is also not honored — pure hogwash!!!!! Unless you want to pay almost $100 per MONTH for nothing more
    than hand cream in a fancy container DON’T BUY IT!!!! Because it is stated in the Terms and Conditions (which you do not have to agree to before entering your CC) entering your CC number AUTOMATICALLY means you agree to terms and conditions thereby meaning the CC company has no recourse to this SCAM.

  17. BEWARE!!! SCAM!!!! SCAM!!! SCAM!!!! Accepting “free offer” AUTOMATICALLY means you AGREE to contact a customer care center within 14 days of accepting offer even though mdse. does not arrive in less than 2 to 3 weeks, and you have also AGREED to have them charge your credit card FULL PRICE before you even receive the product to try. ALSO you have AGREED to have them ship a new container every month at another $90 CHARGE. ALSO because it is stated in their “Terms and Conditions’ you have AGREED that you have ordered this continuing delivery which makes this untouchable by the Credit Card Company once it has been billed! ALSO no merchandise is returnable or refundable!!!

  18. What a joke! Product does nothing and be prepared to pay dearly for a “Trial”!

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