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Is the Naturacel Trial Offer a Scam? Full Review Inside

Is the Naturacel Trial Offer a Scam? Full Review Inside

Naturacel is yet another anti-ageing skin care cream available for trial that makes a number of impressive claims.

Unfortunately as we have been let down by products like this in the past we are wary about the offer.

The following review will look to see if this offer is any different from those we have seen in the past.

Please read on to discover the truth behind the claims.

Claims made by Naturacel

This trial offer is claimed to help offer the following benefits:

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

To check how accurate these claims are we will certainly need to look at this product in more detail, in particular at the ingredients that it has used.

Ingredients found in Naturacel

Apart from mentioning “peptides” and “collagen” there is no ingredient information available.

This is disappointing and puts serious doubt in my mind regarding the accuracy of the claims made.

Naturacel may indeed be as effective as claimed, or could in fact be completely ineffective or even worse potentially dangerous. There is just no way of knowing what effect it will have on your skin.

Price of Naturacel

To check the price of most trial offers you will need to read the terms and conditions, Naturacel is no different.

Their T&Cs state that there is an initial $4.99 shipping charge to pay, which allows you 14 days to trial the product.

Once this trial period has ended, if you have not contacted them you will be charged again, this time $85.

Naturacel operates an auto-ship program, so you will also be liable for further monthly deliveries and charges.

Is this trial offer a scam?

With little proof to back up their claims and the high price there is little to recommend about this particular offer.

This is why it is always worth spending a little time researching a product before you make the decision to sign up to it.

Rushing into a decision could likely lead you to disappointment.

Contact information for Naturacel

The contact details for Naturacel are as follows:

Phone: 1-877-216-4440
Email: support@naturacel.com

Please leave a comment below if you have signed up to this offer. We would love you to leave your own review for others to read.

Alternative to Naturacel

XYZ Smart CollagenOur chosen alternative is a product called XYZ Smart Collagen, with those who have used it highly recommending it.

It is made from proven ingredients, which offer numerous anti-ageing benefits.

These benefits include:

  • Fewer fine lines and wrinkles
  • Increased skin moisture
  • A boost to your collagen production

This product is not available for trial, so you will not encounter any hidden or repeat charges.

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

11 comments on "Is the Naturacel Trial Offer a Scam? Full Review Inside"
  1. This is a total scam!
    They charged me within a month trial, and when you try to call back for the refund, no one answer the call!
    Do not fall for this scam!

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  2. Beware this is definitely a scam. I can hardly believe I fell for it.
    Don’t do the same.

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  3. SCAM!

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  4. ditto same as every ones results

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  5. I need to know when my trial period ends

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  6. Unfortunately, I fell for it too. I have received yet ANOTHER jar of this stuff and I am NOT one to be scammed. Contacting them is impossible and their website is a joke. I don’t intend to pay to send this jar back, so until they answer their emails OR their phone, I guess it will sit right here. This is ridiculous and this company should be ASHAMED of themselves. NOT playing this game, period!

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  7. I am the person who never falls for scams, and I did! I cannot believe it! unlike the above mentioned, they have emailed back to me from after I sent them Urgent purchase cancellation request,once i noticed that they had charged me £157.99 instead of advertised Free trial and £22.
    The website does not provide you with the purchase details before you press ‘complete purchase’. It charges you immediately and even worse – much more than you think you are buying the product for. On top of that they sign you up for regular product shipments etc.
    I tried calling them but the phone doesn’t answer.
    On the email they said that they cannot cancel 1st time purchases as I authorized them…!!
    I am due to see if they actually ship anything from states, although the address on the UK website provides telephone and company address in North Yorkshire.
    DO NOT FALL FOR THIS SCAM!!

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  8. Yes, it is a scam. I had to cancel my debit card and get a new one. My bank is doing a fraudulent charge investigation on this (company). Also, Judge Judy has a team investigating them as they used her name and image on the free-trial ad. They must be stopped!!!

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  9. As you have all said this is a total scam I signed up for free sample asked for bank details to pay postage. The same day 157.99 pounds taken unauthorised from my account.
    Contacted the company via email basically told you signed up when I did not.
    They con you in to signing up for a free sample when in fact your unknowingly signing up to a never ending 157.99 every three months. We have cancelled by email but have lost the cash they refuse to refund. Unfortunately this corupt company has been allowed to advertise their con in vogue,cosmopolitan, marine Claire and Ellen magazines. My faith in the Internet shopping is fading there seems to be no checks or removal of such fraudulent companies who advertise in such a deceptive way.I would think banks could stop these unlawful transactions but no it seems greed seems to rule against the vulnerable. Totally pissed off.

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  10. Total Scam. I signed up for a free sample. They mailed my tiny little sample. They took $590.40 from my account. The contact information on the packing slip is not the BellaNu company. It is a rehab place. The phone number on this web site is a rehab place. The contact information on the bottle is a rehab place. I spent so much time trying to contact this company. I finally called my Bank they gave me a phone number. I called and did get this canceled for future mailing. Thank goodness $590.40 for tiny little samples are wrong. Don’t order from this company. Unless you have 600.00 to give them.

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