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    • Mar 10, 2017
    • Verified Reviewer

    Allegro Anti Aging

    Scam business

    I ordered this product from an ad on Facebook which stated that many others have said it was a trial size product of Allegro and Brio Skin Care firming products. They mentioned in the ad that it was developed by two sisters and approved by all team members on Shark Tank, so I thought since it was a legit show, then the products must be legitimate.

    Nowhere in the purchase order did it state anything about the full price and terms of those charges. I received both products quickly, have been using them with no results. Then the charge for $103 appeared on my bank account. I called them, and the service person I talked to would not relent for a refund, so I asked to simply to be un-enrolled and to receive an email confirmation.

    The very next day a charge showed up for $109. I called again and had the same conversation until I mentioned I was going to speak to my bank. At that point, he finally agreed to refund 40% of both products and to un-enroll me. My next contact is going to be with our state attorney general. I wish I had known that this website called HighYa had existed before I purchased this product. Don't get caught in their scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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