wrinkle cream

First post: Jun 3, 2016 Latest post: Jun 3, 2016

FreeWrinkle Cream! Free Wrinkle Cream! Get Your FREE wrinkle cream here!It's FREE!

Thewrinkle cream companies can scream as loud as they want, but it won'tchange the set-up they have in place once you slap down your creditcard. This free wrinkle cream scam has gone on long enough, and it'stime someone went out and put their foot down as to how and why thesecompanies do such preposterous things to get business from olderpeople who are unsuspecting consumers.

Hereare some scams pulled by wrinkle cream makers that you can identifywith some good eyes when you see "free wrinkle cream"advertised.

1.Watch out for a box you have to check that sets you up forauto-rebills for future products. This is public scam number one anda common scam that takes place online with slick wrinkle creammakers. Be sure to scan the fine print if there is a box you have tocheck when you buy a wrinkle cream. If it says anything about futureorders, "you must cancel" within a certain timeframe, etc.,STAY AWAY.

Even though you are responsible and willtry to cancel within due time, they usually do NOT cooperate. I can'tspeak for all companies, but read sites like Rip-off report and do abackground check. It's never easy getting a refund from anyone, andthey usually make you jump through hula hoops to get your cash back.Try sending the product back, it's not easy.

2.Watch out for jargon like "you get to use it for 10 days"and then a bunch of slick terms after that. That usually meansnothing other than they will not bill you until a certain date. Thishappens all too often and again, they make it hard to return theproduct.

3.Watch for "buy one get one" where you have to give up yourcredit card information. Usually, like other scams, there is a catch.Read carefully and only provide your credit card information if thereis NO further billing EVER. It is simply too difficult to get arefund in the chance that you decide you don't like the trial offer.

Ona refreshing note, there IS one company sending out a FREE wrinklecream with no future billing EVER. Simply pay the shipping andhandling and the product is free. Sure makes things easier in a tougheconomy when people are giving away stuff for free. I blog about thisfor a living so keep in tune with me and I will continue to keep youinformed.

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