Kelli Wilcox
Raleigh, NCMember since February 2016

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    • Feb 22, 2016
    • Verified Reviewer

    Alluracell Skin Restore

    Definately a Scam Regardless of Product Claims

    I am embarrassed to say that I actually thought that for $4.95 I'd just get a trial sample of something as they stated and didn't realize this was a scam until a month had gone by and I didn't receive the trial product. I surfed back through the website and found contact information to call and find out where my free trial was or demand refund of my shipping. I was assured that the free trial was on its way. I still haven't received the free trial but they did charge another delivery fee to my credit card and also $89.97 for my supposed failure to cancel my new "membership" that the free trial supposedly signed me up for. Luckily my credit card company has an awesome fraud department and removed all the charges and blocked the company from making anymore. I'm also in the process of writing to the NC Attorney General to report this company for their untruthful and misleading practices. I can't comment on how the product worked since I never even received the trial sample, but after this ridiculous process I will have to personally know and see someone get great results before I will ever risk buying anything similar off the internet.

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

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