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Veloura Anti-Ageing Cream Review – Is this trial offer a scam?

Veloura Anti-Ageing Cream Review – Is this trial offer a scam?

The Veloura anti-ageing cream promises to help you “enjoy visibly younger looking skin”, but how does it work?

Our review will look more closely at this offer to see whether its claims are accurate, whether the ingredients are good and whether there are any hidden charges we should be made aware of before sign up.

If you are considering signing up for this offer then I would highly recommend that you continue reading.

Veloura Advertorial

Claimed benefits of Veloura

According to their website, using Veloura will provide you with the following benefits:

  • Boosts hydration and nourishment
  • Restores elasticity and firmness
  • Eliminates wrinkles and fine lines
  • Lifts and soothes
  • Boosts skin immunity

To verify whether these claims are accurate or not we will need to look more closely at the product itself.

Are its ingredients up to scratch?

Ingredients found in Veloura

Veloura is made using a “clinically proven ingredient matrix”.

Unfortunately there is very little information to show what ingredients have been used.

We would hope to see a label, or at least a list of ingredients used. Unfortunately neither is available to view.

The website itself shows that Veloura contains ingredients like Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Wheat Protein, which have been shown to offer some anti-ageing benefit.

Price of the Veloura trial offer

Veloura is available for trial, but this is certainly not a free trial.

If you read through the terms and conditions page you will see that upon the completion of the trial you will be charged the full purchase price of £89.99.

You will also be automatically added to an auto-ship program. This means that further monthly packages will be sent to you at full price.

The only way to avoid these charges is to either avoid this offer entirely, or by contacting Veloura before the trial concludes.

Is the Veloura anti-ageing cream a scam?

There are two major issues that should make you reconsider signing up for this offer.

Not only are its claims unproven, due to a lack of ingredient information. But the cost of this trial is also excessive.

I would suggest that you avoid this offer and look for an alternative.

Contact details for Veloura

The contact details for Veloura are:

Phone: +44 800 652 0138
Email: info@shopveloura.com

I would also recommend contacting your bank to stop further charges from coming out of your account.

Your bank deal with companies and offers like this all the time so should be able to help.

Even if they are not able to get a refund they should be able to put a stop on future charges.

If you have signed up to this offer then we would love to hear from you. Please leave your own review of this offer below using the comment form provided.

Alternative to Veloura

XYZ Smart CollagenThe anti-ageing product we would recommend as an alternative is XYZ Smart Collagen.

It is made using natural ingredients that have been shown to increase collagen production. The rate that collagen is broken down is also reduced.

Benefits on offer include:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles are reduced
  • Smoother and tighter skin
  • A more youthful appearance

XYZ Smart Collagen is not available for trial, so you wont encounter any hidden charges or unwanted auto-shipments.

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

17 comments on "Veloura Anti-Ageing Cream Review – Is this trial offer a scam?"
  1. I have had to pay over £100 for a small jar of cream which I never officially ordered.
    When trying to purchase my card details were refused so as far as I am concerned I never completed the order. 2 sales calls came in the next 5 minutes and I told them both I did not want the cream. The cream came anyway and £4.99 was taken from my credit card. Apparently I should have returned it straight away to cancel the contract (which I had never made). Now they have taken £89.99 from my credit card which is the full price of the trial cream and will be sending some every month and taking £89.99 per month. WHAT A SCAM I have stopped payment of any further deliveries with the bank but they can’t do anything about the payment I have paid because I DID NOT READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. bEWARE……….

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    • I was well and truly scammed…….Yes £4.99 postage only, was agreed to trial the sample .
      No paperwork was received and it wasn’t until I saw my bank statement that I realized I had been ROBBED of £169.98 by Nuvegacares.com and another £178.92 one month later by WesticNU…which are owned by the same DOCTOR……

      I have tried in vain to find the MD of the company/ies but to no avail, however I think that have found an associate…….’ The Doctor’ has many companies under different names, all with the same offer. “ONLY PAY £4.99 POSTAGE FOR YOUR FREE TRIAL OFFER”

      I telephones a free phone number(not) to the USA to complain and yes, I was told to read the illusive T’s & C’s…..BE AWARE FOLKS, THESE ‘AMERICAN’ COMPANIES ARE MAKING MILLIONS OUT OF UNSUSPECTING HONEST PEOPLE LIKE US.

      I managed to get a refund from my bank for the second charge of £178.92. but I didn’t get the first (free trial) £169.98 back……..The advertisement wording is the SCAM…. read it then read it again…..

      They are launching in Australia very soon….. Nuvegacares, Westic NU, Improvedcares, Veloura, WHO KNOWS WHAT NAMES THEY WILL USE DOWN UNDER !

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  2. I also fell for this free trial offer & unfortunately didn’t read enough on the T & C.
    This month l was sent another order and £94.98 was taken from my account without any advance notification. I managed to get through to the company (not easy) and have arranged to return goods for a refund. So we’ll see!!
    I notified my bank as soon as l saw this payment had been taken and they have been very helpful. My debit card has been cancelled but not before they managed to take another payment of £84.94 for the so called ‘free trial’ as soon as they knew l was going to cancel. So l’m going to try and take that up with them now but don’t expect to get anywhere!
    I would certainly say this is a very crafty scam and they should not be allowed to get away with this.
    AVOID AT ALL COST, THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A ‘FREE TRIAL’.

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    • Hi I fell for the same thing. Have you got the phone number for them as I’ve found it difficult to contact them. Most appreciated.

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      • I too fell for this. I paid £4.99 & £4.95 respectively thinking that was for the creams (I now know that was the charge for postage) it wasn’t until £89.99 was taken out of my account that the panic set in !!!!! I immediately contacted my bank and they cancelled the D/D i hadn’t realised I had signed up to. They gave me the phone no 08000698215 which I rang but it is only now after 3/4 phone calls I finally spoke to someone who understood me!!!!
        I have been told to return the original cosmetics and hopefully will have my money returned, I am not holding my breath and for the price they should be wrapped in gold leaf.
        I will keep you updated.
        AVOID VELOUR LIKE THE PLAGUE !!!!!!

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  3. velour is a scam hear is phone numbers 08006520138 @08000698215

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  4. I was taken in with there scam igot there phone number 08006520138 or 08000698215

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  5. I,like many others, were fooled by this offer. My bank made me aware that someone had tried to use my card but had failed. It was then they told me that 2 other payments had gone through in
    December & January.

    The december payment was the cost of the cream which I wouldn’t have ordered if I’d known it was so expensive!!

    The January payment (and attempted february payment) were for further orders of this product which weren’t ordered by me (it’s in the small print you will be sent monthly orders unless you cancel). I have never received any further products. Check bank statements NOW!!!

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  6. I recieved the sample before xmas I posted straight back when I found out the price I can’t afford to keep it but you have sent me another sample can you tell me what is going on I paid to send the other one back up till now I am well out of pocket

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  7. Hi-can attest to all of the above. When I purchased the trial I don’t recall being directed to any small print.I first became suspicious when the samples arrived and the eye cream(which I did not want but which was automatically added to the order) was not a functional dispenser.
    I feel so stupid for be8ng taken in and I suppose that is what they play on.
    They have taken amounts out of my account but having contacted the bank fairly rapidly, I have been reimbursed. I have kept the samples but do not know if it is worth me returning them as I am out of the grace period?
    I should also add that they have not sent any product -not that I want it as it is little more than vaseline- but there is no pretence at fulfilment of subscription.
    Any advice gratefully accepted.

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  8. I too fell for this scam. I received first free product of NuVega lash. The next month I received another package, now $99.96 out of my checking I certainly do not recall signing or ok anything. Truly a scam. I am callinng my bank and cancelling. Too bad tho because company probably already make much money on everyone else before they figured same scam.

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  9. I was sent a trial pack which I returned within the 31 days. I enclosed the reason why I was sending back. I then received another package which I am also sending back. They have taken two amounts out of my bank and I have not been refunded any money.

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  10. I have had 3 payments taken £90 Dec and 2 payments for £94.98 &£59.99 just rang bank tof cancel Ddinbych.

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  11. I have just had another jar of this cream sent to me . I did ask for the small trial jar months ago & since then I have had two jars sent to me without asking for them . Where do I return the jars to ? & I’m definitely not paying for any of it . Why are these scam companies not stopped , it’s frightening what they get away with .

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    • I am like most of others were fooled. They charged me £89.99 two months ago, then sent me three products. And two months later charged for 3 products for £280 without any notification! It took me 2 days to get hold of them on phone. They sent me two different addresses to return the products. It is obviously spam. I had a huge argument with my bank who advised to complete a fraud online case with police. I do encourage people to report it, it takes about 15 min to complete online.

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  12. Same here. My one sample does not even work Robbers. Avoid this as its a huge scam and they also tried to take money from my card afterwards. No proper website. Phone number a phoney

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