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Vlamorous Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

Vlamorous Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?

If you believe the hype then using the Vlamorous skin cream could help you “achieve visibly younger looking skin”.

While this does sound fantastic, we have heard this same claim numerous times before.

The following review will look to see how accurate the claims are, whether the ingredients are up to scratch and also whether there are any hidden charges involved with this offer.

Please read on to avoid any potential disappointment.

Claims made by Vlamorous

Using Vlamorous is said to offer the following benefits to its users:

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

To check how accurate these claims are we will need to look at what ingredients have gone into creating this product.

Ingredients used in Vlamorous

Unfortunately despite its impressive claims, there is nothing on the website to back them up.

With zero information on its ingredients, nor a label there is no way to tell if it is effective, or even if it is safe to use.

Price of Vlamorous

As with any trial offer you should always spend a little time checking any terms and conditions if they are available.

The Vlamorous T&Cs state that there is a $4.95 charge to pay when you first sign up for the offer, then another $97.83 charge just 14 days later.

As this trial leads onto an auto-ship program you will also find that every month after another package will be delivered to you, with a bill for the privilege too.

Is the Vlamorous trial a scam?

There is no proof to back up the claims, but even if there were it would be doubtful that we would recommend this offer.

The truth is that this product is expensive and the auto-shipping will likely lead to complaints.

If I were you I would look for an alternative.

Contact details for Vlamorous

To cancel your trial you should contact Vlamorous using the following phone number: (855)772-7556

The following email address may be of use too: customerservice@vlamorous.com

If you have signed up for this offer then we would love to hear from you. Please leave a message for us below.

Alternative to Vlamorous

Bioxin RegenerativeIf you have been put off by the hidden charges of the above trial offer then I would suggest you take a look at our suggested alternative, the Bioxin Regenerative Anti-Ageing Day Cream, which is sold online via the Bauer Nutrition website.

This product uses proven anti-ageing ingredients such as the Botox alternative Syn-ake.

Using this product offers the following benefits:

  • Fewer fine lines and wrinkles
  • Increase in skin moisture
  • More collagen produced

As this product is not available for trial there are no hidden charges or auto-shipments.

Click Here to read our full review of Bioxin Regenerative!

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113 comments on "Vlamorous Trial Offer Review – Is it a scam?"
  1. Total scam! They tell you it’s a free trial with no commitments to reel you in and then if you don’t return it (another cost) they bill you over $200 for the products! They should be sued!!

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    • You are absolutely right! The same thing happened to me. I returned the products which 1) don’t work and 2) the applicator came broken on the eye cream. I received the return # and placed it with UPS shipping. A month later they charged me $200 for unreturned creams. Saying ” well you didn’t call us to tell us the return tracking # therefore we can’t refund you. Simply returning the product alone does not credit your account”. You also only have 30 days to return even though it takes at least 2 weeks to determine if product works. Then a week or more for standard shipping to be received. I have been scammed. BBB will hear about this. You should report it as well.

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      • I also was scammed by Vlamorous & Aquavo. They took one week of my income and now I have to figure out how to pay my bills with the three checks I have left for the month. Please tell me how to report this to the BBB!

        I am just sick that a company can do this and get away with it. How do I make up the money I lost!

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        • Did you charge it to your credit card? If so, you must dispute the charges — refuse to pay for anything other than what you agreed to pay upfront to Vlamorous — which would be approximately $5 for the trial product + about $6 for shipping and handling. That’s all. The credit card company has leverage because they can simply recoup your money by withholding other payments they are supposed to pay to Vlamorous. So, don’t hesitate! Call your credit card company and tell them you were scammed. You were NOT told that there would be more charges.

          The same thing happened to me, but my credit card company took care of it and didn’t allow the charges (actually they “reversed” the charge after it was made, once I told them I was disputing the charges).

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    • Same thing happened to me. They stole from my family. I’m calling my local news that investigateshe crimes and it is a crime such as this

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    • I want to stop charges on this scam but cannot contact this company!! All contact information does not work. Anyone have any other contact information? I did not agree to any auto purchases!!

      I have started the process with consumer protection.

      This is just wrong!!

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      • I called 1-855-853-3832 – total scam!

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      • call 855-772-7556

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      • Call this number to cancel, I just did. 855-701-9015. They are a scam the way they are deceivious in their marketing.

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      • Yes, you can stop the charges. Call your credit card company and tell them you were scammed and you cannot be required to pay the charges (even if you already paid). They will take care of it. Make sure you tell them that the company (Vlamorous) did not inform you of the terms of the “Trial” up front. You were not told that there would be more charges or that you would have to return the product.

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    • I thought I was smarter than to get sucked in to something like this. I took the time to read all of the fine print and never saw that I would be charged almost $200 for the products as well. Thought I was getting a “free trial” AND when you call the number on the shipping label to complain, you are sent to a company that says they have nothing to do with Vlamorous, yet they give you their phone number!! So annoyed, will be filing a complaint with the BBB!

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      • I’m smarter than this too! I got sucked in too even though I’m someone who reads the fine print and am skeptical. But this was a scam – pure and simple. They lied. They deliberately don’t tell you that you are committed to buying more product or committed to return the “trial” product they send you. You think you’re getting a trial product for $5 + $6 shipping and handling and that’s ALL. You think that because that’s exactly what they told you and it’s all they told you. Then they try to pretent like you agreed to something entirely different.

        Don’t tolerate it. Call your credit card company and dispute the charges. You will get your money back from the credit card company because they have leverage over the company that scammed you.

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        • I just called the 855-772-7556,
          spoke with customer service and was told the best they could do was refund half my money. I had already cancelled
          everything and returned the product within a few days of receiving it. They still charged my account 94.68. I had until 9-8-17 to return it and they received it on 8-16-17!

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    • SAM!!!! did not like product

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  2. Trial offer?? I signed up and noticed right away that I had inadvertently signed up for auto ship. They also used my info to sign me up for 2 other of their products. I called to cancel right away. I was offered up to 80% off to keep me as a customer. Finally asked for reps name and employee number and he cancelled it. I received a confirmation email that I was cancelled, saying to reply to it if I had had any questions. After seeing I had still been charged, I replied, only to have,my emails returned as account closed. I finally had to get my bank involved. Very unethical business practices, AT LEAST!!

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    • PLEASE…..tell me how you contacted them!!
      I did NOT sign up for autoship, only their trial (which I am unimpressed with), and just received a jar of more crap I don’t want.
      Cannot find contact info anywhere!!
      HELP!

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      • 844-844-0167 – Just called today, they will prompt for your phone number, there is about a 5-second delay, then a prompt to press 0 to speak to a rep. Total ripoff. We don’t even know how we got the product sent to us, but upon receiving called and cancelled and got an RMA #. Two products, Vlamorous and AquaVo in one package and one packing slip.
        Returned both products and got charged $97 earlier this week. Called back and was told I only canceled one of the products and got an RMA for it, I needed to cancel the other and get an RMA for it, but both products had already been returned (and received by them).

        Got my credit card company involved and they removed the charges.

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        • I tried to email Vlamorous, called the 844-844-0167 number a thousand times along with the other numbers noted above…I keep getting the message “I’m sorry your call did not go through”. The email rejection says they can not connect to their server. If anyone can help me cancel this order for this product I would greatly appreciate it!
          SCAM!!

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      • I recommend that you call your credit card company instead and tell them it’s a scam and dispute all the charges that you did not agree to. You were scammed. The credit card company can rescue you from this. Call them now.

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  3. Complete scam and waste of time! Stated it was a free trial with no commitments. If you call to cancel within trial period you have to pay for postage to sent the item back- without receipt of the product they bill you $200+ for the products! So disgusting!

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  4. SCAM!!!!! They offer a “free trial” and then once you see IT DOESN’T WORK and try to return it they tell you that in order to “cancel your membership” you have to return your “free trial”. What a scam. Their customer service was a guy I can only assume was from India and I could not understand most of what he was saying. But he was high pressure, not wanting to let me off the phone. I would NOT try this product. Not only does it not work but they are highly unethical!!!

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  5. I got a charge today from Vlamorous on a cancelled credit card which was cancelled because someone had used it illegally. Today, I saw an e-mail that said I had ordered their product and was going to be charged. I had not ordered it at all and sure didn’t put it on an expired credit card. They did have my correct address and e-mail address. Kind of strange…weird cause when I called them, they said they would cancel my order. I again told them that I had never made an order.

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    • SCAM !!! SOmehow it got put on my credit card bill !!!! Correct information !!! NEver RECEIVED item !!!! NEver ORDERED Item !!!

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      • SCAM !!!! Believe I just looked at it on Facebook !!!! SAid they CANCELLED it !!! Have NUMBERS !!! Contacted my credit card !!! Said I should be OK !!!! NEver Received anything hope I never receive any more BILLS from them !!!! NEver got REfund !!! Do Not want them in my ACCOUNT !!! So I took that LOSE !!!! STAY AWAY !!!!

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        • Hey keep pushing the company. They lie. I am going through my bank and processing fraud because of them . Dont give up!!!!!!

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  6. The website ad, on 1/10/17, offered a “free sample” for the consumer’s prepayment of a $4.94 combined shipping-and-handling cost.

    The internet ad from which I ordered a “free sample” contained absolutely no language indicating that…
    1) the company will send, as its “free sample”, a full size container of the product
    3) the consumer must pay shipping and restocking fees for the return of any unused portion of the product – such s&h fee being, it is ultimately revealed, prerequisite for refund of costs paid by the consumer for the “free sample” (indicated, by the ad website, to be ONLY the $4.94 combined s&h credit card prepayment when, it is eventually revealed, costs for the one-ounce jar of product actually total $102.77 that includes the $4.94 s&h fee, plus $97.83 for the product described by the ad only as a “free sample”).
    2) the company will auto-debit the consumer’s bank account for the amount of $97.83 as payment for that “free sample” if the consumer fails to report product dissatisfaction within 14 days of shipment of the “free sample” and, then, fails to return the unused portion of the “free sample” – at the consumer’s own expense for shipping and handling – before the end of the month in which the company ships that “free sample”
    3) the consumer who was promised a “free sample” will then be locked into ongoing, cyclical automatic bank account debit payment and cyclical receipt of more and more of the product.

    A typed paper letter included with the shipment of the “free sample” does not mention…
    1) a 14-day trial period
    2) return, for “refund” of an unused portion of the “free sample” at the consumer’s own shipping/restocking expense
    3) a $97.83 direct debit of the consumer’s bank account for an unreturned “free sample” at the end of the month in which the order is received and shipped
    4) locked-in auto-enrollment in an ongoing auto-billing/shipment program.

    The company received my “free sample” request and $4.94 s&h payment 1/10/17. The unmentioned-in-the-ad-from-which-I-placed-my-order 14th day “trial period” end that the company now declares – and another website’s product review reports – was 1/24/17. Yesterday, 1/30/17, 20 days (not 30 days) following the company’s receipt of my order and their shipment of the “free sample”, my bank account was debited $97.83 that their Middle East-accented customer service employee explained is my cost for the “free sample” because I did not report a problem by the 14th day and did not return it, with request for refund, for the company’s receipt by the 30th day (2/9/17… 9 days in the future, as of today, 1/31/17!).

    Today I phoned the company’s customer service phone number, supplied by their letter that was enclosed with the shipment of the “free sample”. I explained that the ad from which I ordered the “free sample” included NO language re the need to 1) report, within the first 14 days, a problem, 2) to request a refund, and 3) to return the unused portion of the “free sample” for receipt by the company by the 30th day, all to avoid being direct-debited a $97.83 charge for the “free sample” at the 20th day!!

    WHAT? What sort of calendar calculations is this?
    And such false advertising!

    I am a very careful and experienced reader of technical language.
    I examine all ads with an eagle eye for language obligating me to repeat auto-bank account debiting for both single shipment and also automatic-repeat (cyclical) shipment of more and more product. Neither the ad at which I ordered the “free sample” nor the paper letter enclosed with the shipped “free sample” contained any such language, any mention of a 14-day trial period, and any mention that, if the company registers no complaint from the consumer by the 14th day, then the company will auto-debit the consumer’s bank account for $97.83 that its customer service phone answering employee describes as the cost for the 1-ounce “free sample”.

    I provided the information as described in the previous paragraph during this morning’s phone conversation with the customer service rep.
    I declared that I have not yet tried the product and, therefore, have no complaint to register at this time and, so, have no current need to request a refund for what, until my bank account showed a 1/30 charge, 20 days from shipment date, of $97.83, I assumed would be my $4.94 s&h fee.
    I demanded reversal of the $97.83 bank account debit.
    I declared that I will be willing to return the untouched 1-ounce jar of product only on the condition that the company pay all s&h and restocking fees (the customer service man mentioned, more than once, a $25 restocking fee, in addition to shipping charges).
    I was told that the company does not pay any s&h and restocking fees.

    The back-and-forth conversation continued probably nearly 30 minutes.
    * I mentioned that added time limits and added fees and encumbrances of the consumer cannot, by federal laws, be added, later, that are not clearly described within the ad that also demands personal consumer information – name, shipping address, billing account number, etc – and makes such ordering and payment available at that site.
    * I declared that a company doing business in the USA must abide by USA laws that govern its business practices with the public.
    * I declared that the actions of this company are in clear violation of this country’s laws and that they must immediately reverse the unauthorized-by-me $97.83 direct debit of my bank account.
    * I further declared that I will not return the product, described by their internet ad as a “free sample”, unless they pay all s&h and restocking costs.
    * I declared that, if they do not immediately – today, during our phone conversation – comply, I will, then, report their deception and non-compliance with this country’s regularity laws in social media, including Facebook, where I have a great many friends.
    The letter enclosed with the shipment reports the company name and address as Vlamorous at 12924 Pierce Street, Pacoima, CA 91331. The debating of my bank account was by company name Beauty Repair.
    * I told the customer service worker that I wanted the company name and corporate headquarters address. The customer service worker told me that he would provide that information after I accepted the number that I must include with my return shipment of the jar of product. I told the customer service worker that I am entitled, as a consumer, to the information, without further obligating myself. We went back and forth about that, and he finally confirmed that the address in the paper letter that I have is the correct address.
    * I told the customer service worker to summon a supervisor – not a coworker sitting at his elbow, in the next cubicle, tending the next phone – to assure me of the company’s compliance with my needs. I was told that a supervisor would not come to speak with me, but my situation would be “escalated”, and I would be contacted by phone during the next 48 hours.
    * I told the customer service worker that a 48-hour delay was unacceptable, that my issue must be resolved during our phone conversation, right then.

    The worker left me for a very short time and then returned to tell me that the company’s $97.83 direct debit of my bank account would be reversed within the next 48 hours, that I will not be required to return the unused portion of their “free sample”, that there will be no further, future debiting of my bank account and no shipment of additional product. And that they will “freeze” my account.
    The customer service worker refused to promise that they will delete, from their records, all of my personal information, including my address, phone number, email address, and bank name and account number. I may yet have further problems traceable to this company regarding my personal information.

    I cannot tell you my personal experience regarding the product Vlamorous, because I have not yet begun to use it (I am still trying a locally purchased product). It may be that I will find Vlamorous very effective. If I find it to be wonderful for me, I will use it as sparingly as I can, because I will not be purchasing a new supply of this product, because…

    I CAN tell you, WARN you that I can wholeheartedly recommend that you NOT trust ads – whether on the internet, in Facebook, or via snail mail – and business practices of this company regarding products Vlamorous and AQUAVO (which product I declined to order) as advertised and sold by Vlamorous or Beauty Repair or whatever flavor-of-the-day name this company is using, from one day to the next, to advertise their products and to sell and then bill them to under-informed, unsuspecting consumers.

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    • Yes exact same story! We should be refunded. Never said anything about 97.83 for a bottle of cream. One charge went through and bank stopped the other one. I called and the rep sed no refund. Sorry we can’t resolve your problem and hung up on me. There needs to be class action law suit!

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      • SCAM SCAM SCAM, FRAUD FRAUD FRAUD!!!!
        Never have I been duped ever with ordering online EVER!!! I’m so pissed to read all of your experiences with what I call Vlamorous or whatever their companies name is for today, they’re a rip off and yes there should be a class action law suit. My story is the very same as yalls!!! Sorry this happen to everyone.

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    • I had the exact horrible experience. I’m so disgusted and there is no recourse. This company should be investigated and shut down. They have also designed the web pages so the public can not locate the real reviews. FRAUDULENT advertising. Don’t purchase this product.
      There is no free sample. It’s 98.73 every month. So angry.
      DO NOT PURCHASE VLAMOROUS

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    • hi….same thing happened to me….and when i saw the charge in my account….i was so mad at myself for falling for it…I should know better….. you are right….it was listed as a free sample….I didn’t see any other statement showing further deductions from my account…argh!

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    • I had a very similar experience. I would not have knowingly signed up for an auto-ship plan or one that requires the customer to manage the return of product. It doesn’t matter how amazing the products are; the customer experience has been so poor that I will never do business with this company again.

      I refused the 40% refund and then the counter offer of a 70% refund. On principle, I insisted on returning the products at my own expense (never something a reputable company would require) and paying the lesser re-stocking fee (which, at $20 per product, is outrageous). I’m afraid my principled decision will leave me dealing with this for months to come. But I am so outraged that I will stay with it and continue to warn others. And the counteroffer of a 70% refund made me very suspicious of the viability of their returns process.

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    • The same thing happened to me. I have called my credit card and they will be investigating fraud on this company.

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      • Same thing happened to me! My bank is taking care of it but this needs to be shut down! Going to my local news channel.

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    • EXACT SAME STORY AS NITA’s.
      I did get a return number and shipped both products back for a refund when they charged me just 7 DAYS after I ordered the free offer. SEVEN days! I barely had time to even use it before I was charged. It’s been a month since I returned with the RA#s on the package as he told me to and still no refund!

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    • The same exact thing happened to me. I ordered a free sample which i only agreed to pay s& h. I signed up for vlamorous and aquavo. So i was charged s&h for both products which was fine. But 2 weeks later i say to my husband, baby our account seems $100 short so i check my transactions and sure enough they charged me $97 and some change so i immediately called them which was SOFT SKIN CENTRE out of TEXAS not CA like u were told. Our convo went back and forth for 30 minutes. He said i could recieve a 40 percent discount which i declined then he said i can give u 70 percent discount but u return both products and pay $20 restocking fee!! I said absolutely not! So he futhermore told me i had only been charged for vlamorous that i had not been charged for aquavo and that i wouldnt be charged for it bc i was cancelling my so called subscription that i never agreed to.in the first place. So i agreed to a $68 refund and i could keep both products and no.more further charges. I have text alerts on my pbone for my debit card while as we are ending the conversation i hear a text and i think oh wow that was quick. He already refunded my money. I checked my text and was xharged anothet $105!!!! I called right back and she said she cant refund it bc it was after 14 days. I said the man just said i wouldnt have any other charges she said no he said no other shipments then she bagan reading his notes and it camr out of her mouth no.further charges. I said see no charges. She said well that was before u cancelled. They chargef ot while i was on the phone cancelling!! They refused to let me speak with a manager. She said she would put a note for someone to call me back regarding the details which when i called back was no where noted. Yes i was very irrate and she said mam i dont appreciate you cussing at me!! I said i dont appreiciate u stealing my money out of my account but do u care.. No! She said we didnt steal, you agreed to our policy. Now im waiting on a call that i was told would be returned in an hour which i doubt. Its already been 30 minutes. The 3 times i call the supervisior is always in a meeting! LMAO. Oh and on my debit card statement there are two companys one is soft skin in texas the other is efficintly ageless in teaxs. Another .99 charge says its soft skin in NJ while the same company is latered listed in texas but when u call both companies, its the same one. Wtf?? Such a scam.PLEASE DO NOT BUY. THEY ARE SUCH A SCAM

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  7. Was on my charge card !!! Never ordered it !!! Never received it !!!!

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  8. Wish I had read this first – this is indeed a scam – product does not work. And no information on being charged additional money or more products when you sign up for the trial – SCAM SCAM SCAM.

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    • This is a SCAM and I can’t believe I fell for it. There was what appeared to be an article about how Martha Stewart keeps her youthful appearance and her skin cream was also endorsed by Dr.Oz. At the end of the article there was a chance to try a free sample. My bank put a hold on my account because they knew the 99 cent charges were suspicious. I told my bank I had ordered a free sample but I had to pay shipping. Then my account was hit for several other small charges. I called the number and told them to cancel anything they were going to send me and to stop using my account. The c.s.agent tried to tell me I was locked into this and I became quite hostile with him. First he offered me 25% off future prices and I said no, then he offered me 50% off and I said no, just cancel my request. I am now watching my account several times a day to be sure they don’t try to make any other charges. I had to get very belligerent to cancel my order. This is a SCAM SCAM SCAM. BEWARE

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      • 05/10/17
        Just purchased the Vlamorus for $5.95
        I did not receive an email confirmation, I called the 1-888-776-0643 customer service phone number and it’s not even in service neither is the customer service email it’s a mail-daemon
        customerservice@niuevallasolution.com
        Is invalid. If anyone has the correct customer service phone number please please please provide.

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  9. Thanks for all the input on this product! I’m not one to fall for scams, but I got free product with me paying S&H. I received product & seen how big the sample jars was & knew something wasn’t right. Done more investigating & saw that they would charge you monthly $200 monthly if you didn’t return. Called & said I wanted to return product, & semi un english speaking person stated I hadn’t even had time to try product, said I wasn’t interested to try at that price & said he would cut cost in half. Finally got RMA from him to return product. Made sure I followed there rules on putting RMA # on outside of return package ect. Mailed package & was tracked & received at there company today USPS stated the business was closed at 3:15 in afternoon & if package was not delivered in 15 day it would be returned to me. Yes, Major Scam!!!

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  10. I just experienced what Nita and Pam described. It is a total scam. What they told me over the phone is the complete opposite of what is in writing in this package. I had to argue with 2 different non English speaking clowns about their policies. I will have to get my bank involved. I wished I would have read these posts before I fell for this folishness-aargh!

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  11. I ordered this free trial, not realizing I had signed up for a recurring service. When I was charged the ridiculous full amount for product that didn’t even work, I tried to email the customer service email and it was returned with an error message that it doesn’t exist. When I call the 855-772-7556 number to complain, it just keeps ringing. I received nothing in my confirmation trial email stating that I had signed up for a recurring charge. And the product doesn’t even do anything!!!! I am so mad that I am disputing the charge with my bank.

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  12. TOTAL SCAM, I WISH I WOULD HAVE READ ALL THESE NEGITIVE POSTS FIRST. i going to have to get my bank involved, to make sure they stop anymore transaction from this company. i dont trust them not to keep pulling money out every month.

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  13. Well… I agree that it all seemed very strange when I ordered the product. Very misleading and I never received an email confirmation. When the product arrived- I noticed that the “free sample” was a pretty large size. In either case I never tried the product and requested to cancel as soon as I received it but the lady insisted I give it a try first and extended my 14 day trial. That very same week I received a unauthorized charge from china AND i was charge foreign fees on not only the unauthorized charge but the S&H fees for the Vlamorous “free trial” product that was delivered from California. SOOOO I canceled my card and do not EVER want to deal with this company again. And yes I kept the product. Screw them!

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    • so agreed with you, scam and fraud…also misleading their advertising. we should gather together sue this company….

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  14. SCAM!!!!!!! RUN, don’t walk away from this! DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR PERSONAL INFO!!! They will hound you, I’ve had to block the numbers they call in from. This should be ILLEGAL. This whole thing is BOGUS!!! SCAM!!!!! SCAM!!!!! SCAM!!!!!

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  15. I was very fortunate in that Chase credit card immediately contacted me about this company bravo to chase I WAS VERY FORTUNATE IN THAT CHASE CREDIT CARD IMMEDIATELY CONTACTED ME ABOUT THIS COMPANY BRAVO TO CHASE! they helped me with the only solution… To slam down my card and send me a new one which they are expressing to me in 48 hours… Their fraud department or shirred me that no more charges than those original they helped me with the only solution… To slam down my card and send me a new one which they are expressing to me in 48 hours… Their fraud department assured me that no more charges than the original $4.95 Canal be made using that account… And there would be no reason for me to even return the product or deal with this company !!!!!!! possibly if you have ordered very recently this solution could also work for you call the number on the back of your charge card and get to it’s fraud department !

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  16. This company should be investigated by the BBB. Working with my bank to get my money back. Total scam.

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  17. Just tried dealing with these clowns and could only get them to return 70% of the cost that showed up on my wife’s debit card. The 30 day return date had passed and am unable to return the product. I am a little pissed off because no matter how hard I tried I was not able to make contact with a supervisor. I have never dealt with such poor customer service that can be found with this company. It is a scam and needs to be dealt with by the BBB. Do not even try this product. They are there only to take your money. I will have to see what alternatives are available to me from my banking institution.

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    • Hi William –

      The company behind this scam is called ShipOffers in Denver, Colorado. I did file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and now it’s live on the BBB website there. I also disputed the charge with my credit card company. Please add your own complaint to Denver BBB.

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    • Same story. Never let me talk to a supervisor. And told me they can’t put people on hold. I almost want to call them back every day and heckle them for being such a bad company.

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  18. Ditto…Ditto…Ditto….if only I had read these posts first….there was no fine print of automatic renewal just trial offer jar for s/h only….SCAM….would love to be a part of a class action suit.
    Just so wrong….deceitful practice…and trickery….why it is theft!

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    • Same story here. Spoke with them and am sending back all product within the 14 days. Also bank is disputing all charges and lucky for me the transaction was still in a pending status so jokes on them. Also having the 2 smaller payments reversed and changing my card number if needed. If there is a class action suit count me in! What a scam and I am a very careful person and I even got scammed.

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  19. It is a scam and the product could be very dangerous to use. One of the ingredients used is a claimed, they say, Polypeptide similar to snake venom. I found in one advertisement a reference to SY’Nake. I would be very cautious about putting this product on my skin even for a trial spot. It causes relaxation and tightening just the way snake venom does. For those people with allergies, it could even be deadly.

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  20. Maybe if some of us wrote emails to Laura Greiner, Dr. Oz, Martha Stewart, or Megyn Kelly and told them that this scammy company is using their names and a false story to draw in victims to this scam some well paid attorneys would go after this company and ruin then so they can stop sucking consumers dry. I know that none of the individuals I’ve listed, whom I’ve seen Vlamorous use in their ads, would be happy that their identity is being used to extort money from people!

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  21. ScamScamScam. Ecperienced all the same as everyone above. Should have realized it and never orderrd trial

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  22. Big scam. Do not order trial.

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  23. SCAM!!! Must read the fine print, even if there isn’t any fine print to read!
    Who knows if the product works? I had it for a week, when my bank account was charged full price for the product! I did not know I was joining a membership, or an auto-ship when I bought the trial size. No where did it say that or that I would be soon charged the full price. I called and got a middle eastern man on the phone who I could hardly understand with lots of noise going on in the background. He tried to get me to take the product for a reduced price. Then said I could return the items with a $20 restocking fee. AGAIN no where on the papers that came with the product did it say there was a restocking fee. There was how ever a return form but you have 30 days to return the items if not satisfied. How do I know if it works yet when I just got it.
    I complained about charging me $20 to send it back. They won’t restock it. Both items have been used. He then dropped it down to just $10….but it winds up being $10 each I will forfeit to get them to reimburse the full amount price they charged me already!
    I am sick of these middle eastern scams!!!!!!!

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  24. I had a similar experience to almost everyone listed above. I guess being aware is the best way to stop them.

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  25. DO. NOT. BUY!!!!! DO NOT GET SUCKED IN!!! YOU WILL LOSE YOUR MONEY, DON’T BELIEVE THE RETURN BULL SHIT!!!! IT’S NOT JUST ME, I’VE SEEN SO MANY OTHER PEOPLE GET RIPPED OFF!

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  26. Truly a rip-off. They expect me to pay for the “free” product. How does that compute? In order to cancel, I must return the “free” product at my own cost. ????
    What a fraud. Don’ t fall for it!

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  27. They are getting smarter. My charge was not identified as a credit card charge. I saw it and had no idea what I was billed for. I contacted my bank to hold payment, they told me they were unable to do so because it was not charged by credit card. I have no idea how they billed it. I called customer support and was given the same information as others received. Very deceptive advertising.

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  28. This is a total scam. You are charged shipping for a sample and then they charge you $105.79 for that same sample later. You end up paying $10.00 in shipping and then $105.79 14 days later for two tiny little bottles of nothing!!!! I never signed up for an ongoing product and was never told that!!! Please make sure you do not fall for the same SCAM!!! This company should be shut down and reported the Better Business Bureau!!!!

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  29. Just got of the phone with those crooks. I agreed to the 70% refund only because I did not want to spend any more time and effort.Totally deceptive.

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  30. ALL of the above is true! I really learned a lesson to read all of the fine print!!!

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  31. Be very careful. They offer a sample for $4.95 but they will bill you for that plus a shipment. I called shortly after placing my order and they agreed to a refund. I have already spoken with my credit card company and plan to dispute any charge. The charge appears from Aphroditeskin. I’ve read the ad several times and it DID NOT say anything about being charged for other shipments after the sample. Beware!

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  32. I will save some time and not repeat what all of the above comments have expressed because all are true. I too was told I would receive a free sample of both products for just the cost of shipping, but thought I would share the rest of my experience because it was just weird, not to mention very unprofessional. Not until I went back onto the website and clicked on where you check and accept their terms and conditions, did I see it was a hyperlink to a page explaining the bullsh** auto-enrollment program. So the site was obviously designed to hide that from the consumer on a separate page. After seeing the $97.83 charge on my account, I called. I mean no offense when I say this, but I could barely understand the person on the other line. She kept saying she would give me this discount or that discount, and finally when she said she would give me a 70% discount, (what she said would amount to a $68 refund…We’ll see if that happens) I agreed because we had already gone back and forth for way too long. I just said I would dispute the rest with my bank. This product is linked to that woman on Flip or Flop, and considering that her high-profile divorce from her husband has been in the tabloids for the past month or two, makes me think that she is capitalizing on that with this new *miracle* skincare system. Since the company is very sketchy in my opinion, I highly doubt the Vlamorous/Aquavo products will work, so they will end up in the bottom of my makeup case with all the other hyped up stuff that I used once and hated. Or just in the garbage.

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  33. I too was scammed into thinking I would be getting a sample-sized product. After seeing the $97.83 charge to my bank account, I did some research and realized that I had been scammed into a subscription. I called the phone number shown on the merchant’s information, got an RMA # and canceled the subscription. To be doubly safe, I requested my bank to immediately suspend my card and send me a replacement card with a new number. I had bad experiences in the past from companies that continued to charge even after they said they had canceled my subscription/membership, so the only way to be 100% sure that I won’t be charged again is to suspend the card and get a new one.

    I found out about this product because I came across a website about Christina from Flip or Flop being the creator of this product. Being a fan of the show and curious, I ordered the “sample”. After I found out I have been scammed and had done some research, I learned that the website is bogus, and that Christina has nothing to do with this company at all. If I were her I would sue this company.

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    • I too was “taken” because of the belief that Christina was a part of the product promotion. I will NEVER AGAIN order any type of face cream from the internet. It has taken me 64 years to earn my gray hair, “turkey neck”, crows feet and wrinkles. I intend to just keep them as a “badge of living a good life”. THIS IS A TOTAL SCAM!

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  34. I had the same strange experience — found myself arguing with an Indian man on their customer service line about what constitutes an ethical company. I found the $97 charge pretty quickly and got my credit card company on it. I’ve had a Citibank credit card for twelve years and the agent told me because of my longevity and good credit history, mostly like Citibank will refuse to pay them. Citibank also advised I change my card number so they can’t try to hit me again when the $97 charge doesn’t go through. I wonder who we could report this to? This company is totally unethical. I wonder how many people are too busy to notice the charges for months??

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  35. I can’t believe my eyes !!!!!! I had ordered the Vlamorous skin cream and ended up not only getting that but the Aquavo eye serum. for the trail offer…. then 3 weeks later my husband noticed to charges on our bank account one for $ 97.83 but it was for “a Riveting Eye Rejuvenation ” I was so troubled by that, cause I had no idea who they were… went on line and looked at the original ad that “enticed” me and got the number for Vlamorous.. and got the number for the Riveting Eye Rejuvenation…. So I called them both and found that they were one and the same…. well since I was already charged for the “14 day trial offer, not seeing the ” fine print ” until that morning of contact I canceled any further shipments.. I told the man ( sounded like an India native or Asian ) that I did’t want my bank account messed with.. I wanted to control my orders.. so he said he cancelled… 4 days later, my husband called me down to his office and asked me if I knew what I bought for $ 989. 00 from a company called Maira Micro Technology…… of course he knows I didn’t but we realized that someone stole my debt card info..so he went straight to the bank to cancel out the card… I had a feeling it was the Vlamorous folks… I called today and told them that I really loved their product, because it really did work !!! I told them what transpired with my bank/ bank card and that it was cancelled, I wanted to see if they would agree to send me the product and bill me, the ( Asian ? India ) man said he would have to “talk” to his supervisor, so put me on hold for 2min, came back on and said that it would not be possible and that I could just give them a new card number… I said no and that is the last time I will call for the product..because I don’t trust them.

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  36. My Question is this, WHY CAN’T Some one go after these people !!!!!!!!!!!

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    • I’m in the process of putting together an organized effort to put these people out of business. Hold tight.

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  37. Sadly I fell for the same ridiculous free trial offer as the rest of you. I carefully reviewed everything before agreeing to the “free trial” as I know there are many scams out there. Nowhere on the site did it say I would be paying a reoccurring fee less than 2 weeks after the initial shipping & handling. I can’t believe I fell for this BS as I’m always I careful. Needless to say after going back & forth with them, I finally said ok to the 70% return as I knew that if I shipped the product back, they would claim to have not received it in time not to mention a $20 restocking fee plus return shipping. There has to be a way to hold this scam artists accountable for stealing money from people.

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  38. My credit card got charged 97.83 also. I had received the purple package and figured out it’s a scam. I wrote cancel any orders, do not charge my credit card anything further. I wrote their address down intending to send all back unopened through UPS. Before going into UPS I called the number and got a woman who wasn’t speaking English too well. I told her I was mailing it all back unopened, she spent 1/2 hour trying to tell me to open one of the bottles, I said nope. She said well there yours don’t send them back it will be confusing. She did tell me I could return eye serum by May 3, if I didn’t I would be charged 50% of what it costs. My purple pouch had a California address, she gave me an address in Garden City, Colorado. Asked about the different address, she said oh they had just relocated. I sent the unopened eye stuff with return number in one pouch. The two I paid for and never opened got sent back in a different pouch.
    I had contacted my bank, she knew exactly what had happened, several others had fallen for that. She said call them, be firm, and it should go ok. We’ll see.

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  39. In dispute now, returning vlamourous and eye crème which I didn’t order for the trial, but they sent and charged it anyways.
    There is a heavily accented c.s. rep. (Indian) VERY difficult to understand.
    Given a 18 digit code to place labels on my trials to send back and want to charge a $20 restocking fee for both.
    THIS IS A SCAM.
    THIS IS FRAUD.
    CHARGED FOR 2ND PRODUCT AND NEVER RECEIVED.
    TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY AND TIME.

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  40. RIP OFF! They say it’s a trial but don’t tell you when they ship it that you have 16 days to return these “full-size” products or they charge you. I found out I was on auto ship and luckily got that cancelled but not before they charged me over $200. After calling back and fighting with them, they gave me 40% of my money back. The other option was MORE product. NO THANK YOU! They said the terms and conditions are on the website but not on the letter they send with the product. It must be tiny because I NEVER order anything that will autoship because of precisely this! SCAM! And the worst is the product is nothing special and for what they charge, RIDICULOUS.

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  41. Scam!!!! Do not order. They will continue to bill and you will have to get credit card or bank involved!!!!

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  42. This cream is shit. Not only does it cost an arm and a leg and supposedly gives you free shipping. They automatically charge descretely….yeah it is in fine print but my gosh make it more obvious. It’s $200 that people don’t have just lying around. You make money because you are sneaky, not because the product is good. It makes my face oily and greasy. I’m breaking out and my face is way too shiny half way through the day. Piece of crap.
    They gave me partial refund, but not full. It is ridiculous. I didn’t see that agreeement anywhere. Then the guy started getting an attitude and telling me they have 5 million customers and I told him the only reason is because they trick people into buying the product. He got offended and asked if I’d ever heard of the product before and I said not until recently and he said well because only celebrities and rich people were the ones wearing it and I told him you know what money does not buy intelligence so don’t even start with that . I have two college degrees a bachelor’s and a master’s and am perfectly well educated. He also got offended because I asked him to repeat several things because I truly could not understand him I’m sorry that you get people to work for you that have such strong accents that no one can understand them . But don’t get offended said when I can’t understand you and ask you to repeat because you were speaking broken English. And I’m sure there’s lots of grammatical errors in this message but I’m too fired up to go back and correct them so forgive me grammar police.

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  43. Anyone who wants to sign a strongly worded letter to the Denver, Colorado District Attorney attesting to the fraud and deception they encountered, please email me at shawkd@protonmail.com. I will put together a letter that describes in detail the way the scam goes down. From my research, the only actual business I can find to complain about is ShipOffers in Denver, Colorado run by a guy named Tony Grebmeier. His company claims to do “fulfillment only” and directs you back to the “elite marketer” that sold you the product. But these company names are not same as advertised and don’t appear to actually be registered businesses in the United States. I would contend that if you’re doing fulfillment for a fraudulent company (possible overseas) then you are participating in that fraud by continuing to do fulfillment for that company. But going through the Denver DA, perhaps they can direct ShipOffers to stop doing fulfillment for companies that use these deceptive bait and switch business practices. This needs to stop! Too many people have been defrauded.

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    • I will sign. These people stole from me

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    • Chris, I would be interested in adding to your letter if not too late. Also, I found one of their many websites, claiming to be Consumer Health Digest, with an address in….you guessed it, India. It says the site is owned and operated by 21 Century Web, 15, Software Technology Park, Link Road, Sadar Nagpur, 440001, Maharashtra, India. I don’t even know if it is a real address, but at least it gets you back to the real country this is coming from. I am willing to bet every single one of us spoke to a person in India when we called to cancel and complain.

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    • I Cancelled my credit card so now they are billing me from Pinnacle Law Group for AquaVo product of $94.68.

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  44. TOTAL SCAM—
    I was curious and started filling out the forms to get the ‘trial sample’. I got as far as my name, address, phone number and email, but after seeing that I needed to include my cc billing info I feared it was a scam. I didn’t fill out my billing info and left the site. Shortly after this, I started getting phone calls from a local number I wasn’t familiar with. After 4 phone calls in 2hrs I finally answered and it was a Vlamorous representative, ‘following up’ on my visit to their website. BLOCKED. Totally insane. TOTAL FRAUD.

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  45. It is time for a class action lawsuit among all of us who have been scammed by
    this ‘free sample’. I am still out of pocket $94, not even sure what the charge
    is for. All I received was the free sample for the cost of S & H. If someone
    has started a suit, please contact me.

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  46. The same exact thing has happened to me. This is a huge scam. Their was no language that after 14 days I would be charged for these products or receive autoship. I reported them to my credit card today as fraudulent. I was able to get the customer service rep to issue me a full refund for 2 out of my 5 products and my bank is fighting the rest. My bank suggested that I cancel my debit card and they’ll issue me a new one because he said companies like that you cannot trust What a nightmare

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  47. i am usually not taken in by “if it sounds to good to be true….” but i enrolled in the free sample and was sent about 6 different products. i only wanted the vlamorus protocol so when i checked out i clicked all theboxes and got and array of products. i called to try and decipher what was what only to find out i had enrolled in monthly PRODUCTS. took me 1/2 day to straighten out the mess. i ended up paying half price for 2 products totally forgetting the jar was supposed to be free trial oh well lesson learned

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  48. All the above is true. They charged me $105.79 !!!!!! Sending product back. I better get my refund. Going to the bank and have them investigate this. Really makes me mad.

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  49. THIS IS A SCAM!!! DO NOT FALL FOR IT!

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  50. All the above. Agree. I read up and down the free sample trial offer and never saw the agreement to a monthly contract until they send the products..they will charge +_$100 orm more. Bank can’t do any refunds since you supposedly agreed with their terms. After arguing with their customer service department, I was promised a 40% refund and was able to cancel my membership to stop future charges. UNBELIEVABLE. THIS COMPANY did a great job on misleading us.

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  51. All the above, i was feeling so stupid, I’m not alone. This is a scam…

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  52. i was ripped off by Nuderma skin for $98.41 I didnt order anything but was charged for some bullshit face cream. I hate that these low life companys and the people who run them keep getting away with taking money from hardworking people. This is not over Nuderma

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  53. My story is pretty much the same as everyone else’s. I ordered from a facebook site also for the free trial and did not see any of the same information everyone is referring to. During the online transaction though it was intercepted by a woman calling from the company saying that my order could not be placed due to a error and that it would be $10.95 instead of the $4.95. I told her it was supposed to be $4.95 and she said they were changing it and that was why there was a problem and she would finish my order. When I asked her how much the actual product would be she said $97.83. So I told her I didn’t even want the free trial but she said she couldn’t cancel it. When I spoke with the customer service and told him the same thing he said she couldn’t cancel it because she only called me to confirm the order which had not been placed yet because it was interrupted. Long story short, on my statement I discovered (after calling my financial institution and their investigation, which didn’t resolve the problem because they don’t know yet) they were billing me in the same month under 2 different names, Brilliant Eye Care and Bea Celestialidol. So I’m not finished pursuing this with my financial institution yet. But these people definitely are crooks and every penny they took needs to be returned to each person whether they like and keep the product or not. For me, there was no difference after using the product. It’s a dud.

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  54. I too was excited to buy this product for my fiancé since it was endorsed by a celeb we enjoy watching and the product sounded good. I also feel scammed. And thank you all for sharing about the auto-shipment membership and high prices I wasn’t aware of. I didn’t read the Terms and Conditions section linked at the bottom of the mobile page offer, but all the details about the trial and auto-shipments, and $98 charges for each monthly shipping including the trial shipment (if you keep it), how to cancel, how to return…is all spelled out there. Went back to the offer just now and found the information. When you sign up for the offer you do agree to the terms and conditions. And I completely agree that not putting that information up front with the free trial offer enticement is super shady and the reason I am returning the product unopened. But all the info is there in the fine print. Perhaps they’ve added it since so many have complained but it is there now. I followed the instructions in the terms and conditions section and have my return numbers and will be shipping tomorrow. I’m close enough to my order date that I will not be charged the high monthly fees and will have only paid the shipping and handling. …but we’ll see what actually happens.

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  55. Same thing with me. I even canceled the card I used for the trial, and they were able to charge again (on my new card) a few days ago. To me that is illegal! I am closing my bank account and getting all new everything! What a huge pain in my ass!! I am looking into getting legal action going.

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  56. This is a total scam. My credit card was charged twice, then yesterday the credit card company informed me of an additional charge. I cancelled the card and hopefully will never hear from them again. Now I’m waiting to see if I ever get back the $200 plus refund on the card.

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  57. I got scammed as well. I noticed 97.83 taken out of my acct., and I have barely touched the product… I also have another 105..79 taken out of my acct. buy another company that I have never heard of and did not order their menopausal cream. I am reporting fraud to my bank. I have finals today because I am a full-time student but after getting ripped off 200.00 of my student loan money that i have to pay back with interest. . I don’t think i will do well on my exams today. I am so upset about this that I will never order another Free product as long as I live.

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  58. OMG—I feel bad that we all got scammed but glad I am not the only one! 🙁 WE are NOT stupid people–this is a bait and switch!!! I am busy with my credit card company to refute the charge. I did get it cancelled but feel hoodwinked. this is ridiculous. I am having the same issue as everyone else. I think in my continued dispute, I will mention that there are numerous others that are dealing with the same thing.My credit card was charged for the trial offer and I didn’t see any of the other fine print about auto-ship. They couldn’t even get a supervisor on the line–what company gets away with that?? I will also let Capital One know that this is fraud. They have been very helpful and I will let them know what I have found out as well.
    SCAM!!

    Glad(not really because we all got dupped) that this exists.

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  59. Same story as everyone else. I do not think the scammers even care. They have made a ton of money off their lies and deceit. after a three way call between CAPITAL ONE, MYSELF, AND THEIR REP.they agreed to return 110.00 of the 200.00 they stole from me. Do you think I WILL GET THAT MONEY BACK? It is time for the feds to raid this business and arrest the ceo for fraud, HI HO HI HO ITS OFF TO JAIL YOU GO.

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  60. I also was mislead by free sample only to find the 97:00 monthly fee to be auto charged. Am returning to a Co. address in hopes of being able to stop further charges.

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  61. I was scammed as well. I signed up for a sample for $3.95 and 2 weeks later found a charge for $97 and learned I was on auto shipments. When I called (855) 772-7556, I was offered 0% refund initially, then when I pushed: 30%, then 50%. I am awaiting a return call from the supervisor for a full refund. This company should be cited for misleading ads and burying fees in the Ts & C’s vs. being up front about the program and fees.

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  62. I had the same experience as every one else!!! I called the 844 844 0167 and spoke with a man named Mark Brown. He could barely speak english. The best I could get was 50% off and a cancelled membership. I was upset because I never signed up for the stinking membership! Scam Scam Scam
    Someone please start a class action lawsuit, this is FRAUD…

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  63. I had the same experience as everyone else. I called my credit card company to dispute the charge. When I called the company to complain I was also given the story of the 14 day trial period. The representative who spoke with a thick accent finally agreed to refund 70 percent refund of $68.48 and made verified that the account was cancelled and that no future orders would be sent or charged. I am supposed to get a confirmation email from them to confirm this but am still leaving this as an open dispute on my credit card in case they don’t send the credit.
    I am disappointed in myself that I fell for it but learned a valuable lesson.
    .

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  64. YES!!! It is a total SCAM!!! Do Not order this!!! They will charge your credit for the full price and then send you more and charge your credit card!!! The product is not very good at all!!! It is way too expensive and the Customer Service department is terrible!!

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  65. I wonder if Joanna Gaines even knows that this product is being connected to her name. I looked online today and another product is said to be her new skincare line. I partially purchased vlamorous because I thought it was her new skincare line. Now the site says it is called beautique. If someone knows how to contact her real skincare line they should let her know that her name is being connected to a real scam

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  66. After falling for this scam and getting nowhere with the rude customer service person I filed a complaint with the federal trade commission. I suggest everyone else do so too. You can do online. Search federal trade commission and fill out the information. Maybe if enough of us do it someone will listen and shut these no good scammers down

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  67. I returned the product to this company, and they refused to refund my money because I did not give them a call to tell them I was refunding it. They also said they would not refund it because I contacted after the 30 day refund time. This company should be shut down for ripping it’s consumer off. They got their product back and the money. The product did not work, either.

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  68. I ordered this so-called “free product” of Vlamorous and they threw in a “free Aquavo”. I ordered this because they claimed that Johann Gaines from the popular “FIXER UPPER” program was leaving the show because she was starting a business promoting this new face product. Of course, I got scammed just like everyone else. After my 5th call with their customer service, I agreed to a 50% refund of the $105.78 for Vlamorous and $97.82 for Aquavo. This is definitely MISLEADING ADVERTISING, and I have already entered a negative review in the Better Business Bureau website for both products. Prior to my agreement of the 50% refund, I called my bank and they have opened a claim (which may take 90 days to be resolved). They temporarily reversed the charges on my debit card pending the outcome of the claim. I will alert my bank of my 50% refund agreement once I see that the scammers have credited my account. DO NOT DO BUSINESS WITH THESE DESPICABLE PEOPLE!!

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  69. This is the e-mail I sent to their customer service.
    Hello,
    Just to inform you, I am appalled at your customer service.Your rep would not give me the time of day to explain, but was quick enough to let me know that she would “do me a favor” by giving me free shipping or a 30% refund on a product I did not order, nor did I want. I was not aware of your scam; You misinformed me and misrepresented your product. I was not aware that I would be billed for your product. I will be reporting you to the Better Business Bureau for your deceitful communication to your buyers. Also, you can expect this detailed predicament will be noticed by countless others. Seriously, you are the reason I will not shop online; you are not nice people and I am extremely upset.

    I have sent it three times, this is what keeps coming back.

    This is the mail system at host omr-m011e.mx.aol.com.

    I’m sorry to have to inform you that your message could not
    be delivered to one or more recipients. It’s attached below.

    For further assistance, please send mail to postmaster.

    If you do so, please include this problem report. You can
    delete your own text from the attached returned message.

    The mail system

    : connect to
    mail.vlamorous.com[82.221.22.101]:25: Connection refused

    I think I will shout my outrage to Martha Stewart and Jennifer Garner, maybe they can afford to throw away 97.00 every month, oh no wait they just get their lawyers to handle it. How could they? Serious bad press for them. Not cool ladies!!!

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  70. It’s a very sorry world when “stars” don’t band together and OUT the scams attached to their faces and names, instead they quietly use their lawyers to go after the perpetrators, but they usually (almost always, actually), NEVER inform their adoring public. Why? My personal belief is they like the exposure!!, These “stars” quietly deal with legal counsel and by not taking the high road and informing the public to beware, the so-called STARS perpetuate the actions of a large amount of these scam artists.

    Get real!!! Do you want to believe in people who may make millions off of sweeping YOU under their red carpets? Believe me when I say this: the people whose faces are being used don’t give a damn about how you were bilked. If they had any care or concern, they would unite to stop these criminals…but they don’t and they won’t. You are just a speck of dirt. Forget Buyer Beware, take a good look at the people YOU look up to and realize that all they care about is THEIR livelihood. Let’s see, how many stars’ pictures have you seen associated with just this one product? How many of you were bilked? Don’t blame yourself for anything more than being a victim of the stars you idolize. Instead, think very hard about the fact that IF they were honest and good, if they truly cared, they would unite to STOP this villiany. Stars shine in the night sky. People who have huge egos don’t shine at all, they are pathetic parasites making money from people like you. MAKE THEM ACCOUNTABLE!!

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  71. This is definitely a crazy business like a scam. I tried the trial Vlamorous cream but had no intention to continue it and told them not to send me any more automatic shipments. I got the first trial jar on 7/7/17 and suddenly on 8/17/17 they charged $97 some dollars to my credit card and shipped me another jar. I am fighting it with them right now. I got the product yesterday on 8/22/17 and I do not want it. I’ve already contacted the Better Business Bureau in Denver, CO and they told me to call them back if they don’t give me a full refund. BBB already has a file on this company!!!!!

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