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First, you’ll come across a hot new advertisement about a new product being sold online.That product may advertise itself as the next biggest thing in the beauty industry.You don’t have to look very long or hard online to find a “fantastic free trial sample offer” for skin care creams, serums, moisturizers, eye gels, foams, cleansers, masks, anti-wrinkle lotions and many other cosmetic beauty-related products.Our tediously tall task here is to safely guide you into clean and clear “free” skincare product opportunities by ‘keeping it kosher' on how you can identify the good and avoid bad and downright ugly free trial samples that are flooding the internet under many different names, brands and labels.Having viewed hundreds of skin care scam websites, I’ve spotted some common trends between all these scams including getting you to think the skin care cream, serum or eye gel is in high demand.What else – plenty: — The websites feature very little information about the ingredients used in the skin cream and they don’t explain how the product works.
And before we dive deep into these glowingly troublesome free trial offers, we must mention the fact that “by law” most of these companies (no matter how bad or ugly it looks), are only charging you what you actually agreed to in the fine print.
You may see the logos for these media outlets on the main ordering page.
— The manufacturer will explain that “due to recent media attention, we cannot guarantee that [Skin Care Product Scam A] will be in stock”.
You’re expected to think: oh, so this trial isn’t totally free. You’ll also need to check a box confirming that you’ve read and accepted the terms and conditions.
Once you’ve accepted the fee and moved onto the next step, the real scam begins.