Adaptive Eye Complex
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Looking to eradicate under-eye dark circles and puffiness forever? Adaptive Eye Complex Eye Cream may sound like the ideal product for you. It promises to keep the skin in and around your eyes hydrated, rejuvenated, fresh and young.
But how true are the claims made by Adaptive Eye Complex on their sales page? What ingredients Adaptive Eye Complex is using? What is the real pricing? Read on to know more about the authenticity of this cream below.
What does Adaptive Eye Complex claim?
Adaptive Eye Complex claims to use a 3 in one botanical and peptide formula to keep your eyes hydrated, plump, fresh and young. When you use this cream regularly, you will notice the following changes within a few days, according to the claims made on its site:
Overall improvement in the hydration and rejuvenation of eyes
Visible reduction in the appearance of wrinkles, dark circles and fine lines
Visible reduction in the puffiness and sagginess of skin in and around the eyes
Overall improvement in the nourishment, vitality and tone of the skin
Visible improvement in the production of collagen in the skin
Since this cream promises to be one of the best injection-free eye creams in the market, you might be tempted to believe these claims. However, you should be careful to analyse the cream well and invest in it only if you have facts to prove its authenticity.
What does Adaptive Eye Complex contain?
What is a good way to check if a product is genuine or not? Checking its ingredients, of course! We followed the same method and searched in Adaptive Eye Cream’s website to check for its contents. However, we were in for a major shock because the cream has not mentioned anything about its ingredients on its site. Though it mentions of using a peptide and botanical formula, it hasn’t mentioned about the ingredients that make up this formula. Therefore, we have a lot of doubts about the genuineness of this eye cream.
Pricing of Adaptive Eye Complex
To try the 14-day free trial offer of Adaptive Eye Complex, you have to subscribe and pay a one-time processing fee towards shipping charges. If you are not happy with the product, cancel your subscription within the trial period. If you fail to do so, your credit card will be charged $89.95 at the end of the 14th day towards full usage charges. You are automatically signed in for the recurring shipment program as well. Hence, once in every 30 days, you will receive these shipments, for you which you have to pay $89.95. To cancel your subscription, you need to call (877)-418-3084 or email email@example.com
Any product that doesn’t reveal its ingredients openly is a big no-no for us. Adaptive Eye Complex is no exception to this rule. In addition to this drawback, the cream also suffers from other problems like exorbitant prices and complex terms. Hence, we suggest you stay away from this product.
“They are a scam, you call and cancel and they supposedly still sneak it to you which you don't know cause you cancelled. You Get a one heck of a surprise on your credit card bill.. a 96.00 charge and no product which you don't want”
“I was moving from one home to another Tried to explain that's why I didn't touch base, and Forgot it was only trial 14days... So Got no Help from them on that. Then the products I was sent where no different then store kids d. Don't Bother buying. VERY POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE They didn't understand my issue at all.”
“I purchased the face serum and had a charge of $4.95 from Stupendous. So I called the number and found out it was this face serum. Then she told me to call back on October 30 to cancel or I would be charged $88.19. But she wouldn’t cancel the membership. So I went to the bank and told them I had lost my debit card. Now if they attempt to bill me, that card won’t work. I also checked the ad from to bottom, nothing about a subscription. So I clicked on terms and conditions and that’s where I found the scam. Membership Terms and Conditions: If I enroll in the membership program I am agreeing to be charged $88.49 for my trial skincare product on the 18th day, and I will receive a full-size bottle of skincare product for $88.49 (S&H included) every 30 days thereafter until I cancel. My credit card will be billed and my shipment will be sent automatically at those times. Shipments will continue until I call to cancel my membership at 1-866-710-5109, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I understand that if I cancel my membership but do not return my trial bottle, I will be charged for its full value. By accepti. ng this trial offer you are agreeing the Terms & Conditions and”
“Same product, same scam as ALL of the reviews here. The only difference is they call themselves "Skin and Eyes" on the shipping box. They provide NO contact info except an 800 number. I called - they promised to cancel my account (I'm not sure they did) and offered a 35% refund. I hammered the poor call-center girl, who refused to give a name, refused to escalate the call, refused contact info. Finally she said she could refund 75% of the $91 they charged me. After a week, NO REFUND. CRIMINALS.”
“They lured you with the promises they advertised in big letters. When you order and get the product no where inside the package was anything about the 89.95 that by time you get your package it seems they already charging the credit cards. The product instructions are extremely small you cannot read it. Have no idea what is made off. The customer service rep are very rude. Credit card co tried to dispute re: 89.95 so interesting that when I received the projects not even invoice to warned you that the 89.95 will be charged, $179 in my case for ordering both - when my credit card co contacted them they mailed them supposedly a lot of cut outs of the 89.95 that you do not see when you are ordering. They took my money and laughed/they have a good game and making lots of money with this much complaints they should be banned.”
“I agree with the above scams reviews. I was billed $97.00 + for two consecutive months even after I contacted the company. Suggest asking to speak to a supervisor and not hanging up until an adjustment is made. Also contact your credit card company and file a complaint. I did both of the above and got results.”
“I ordered the product $4.95 eye serum & face serum. 4.95 as well that was it.. I checked my back account one morning to find that they had hit my account for $89,twice my account was overdrawn $175.00 plus fees. I called the company to no find out why they had drafted my account without my authorization. Well that was a waste of time.. My bank Chase filed a report but this is still pending.. Another dishonest company, will add to the complaints and see what can be done. DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT.. I am sending it back.. Hope no one else gets burned.”
“This is an absolute SCAM! The seller lures you with the promise of a "free trial" knowing that most can't or won't see the fine print, stating the $4.95 is only a coupon to use for 14 days (yes only 14 days) and then they will add additional products with the same gimmick. Reasonable people believe that the seller is offering the promotion as a way to get you to try their product. The products are no good and they made me break-out. When I called to Cancel I was told they could give me a 35% discount and I indicated that wasn't acceptable and I wanted the entire amount, she did it anyway even knowing I was going to call back on Monday. Gaby then went on and told me that I received other shipments, which I never did and even if I did it wouldn't be returnable because they have a no return policy. I was denied being able to talk to a Manager about this. They are solely interested in scamming a person out of $90 or in my case $180.00 for two products and moving on to the next victim.” SO IN OTHER WORDS, THEY RIPPED ME OFF. This COMPANY IS A BIG SCAM DO DO NOT EVEN DEAL WITH THIS SO CALLED ADAPTIVE EYE COMPLEX, CREAM NYAE, STUPENDOUS SKIN AND PROBABLY SEVERAL OTHER NAMES.”
“Offer came to me from "CVS" - found out later not legit. $179.00 in "free" products, tricked in automatic monthly delivery! Co very nasty, unprofessional (Miguel) ! I'm out $360 with their "combination" "free sample!"”
“This is an absolute SCAM! The seller lures you with the promise of a "free trial" knowing that most can't or won't see the fine print. Reasonable people believe that the seller is offering the promotion as a way to get their product into people's hands, in the highly competitive beauty market,. Once a individual tries a product and sees its value, they will order again, at the retail price, and continue to use it. Also, they will tell their friends, which serves as free advertising for the seller. The seller of this product, is not interested in repeat customers. They are solely interested in scamming a person out of $90 and moving on to the next victim.”
“This is one of the worst products I've tried in a long time and I'm a product junkie. Then I was charged $89.95 that the representative said I agreed to though I can't find that anywhere. I won't mind paying for a product if it worked”
“I got a message from amazon for this product. For a trail size only. I have now received another shipment. I never saw anything saying it was more than a trail. What a way to do Business, you can't believe anything on these sites!!! Does not work!!!!”
“(AEC) Trial product is not cut & dry, It's a subscription and in 14 days+ you will be charged $89. on your bank account. Where was that fine print? idk. But finding that so many companies are misrepresenting their products and terms. The eye cream is not as good as they claim, and made my bad vision worse, idk may be connected to this eye cream or not. All in all, don't get scammed by companies. PLEASE RECORD ALL BUSINESS CALLS, to protect yourself or equal the evidence as ALL companies record their business transactions, especially phone calls. I find that recording them (tell them also) helps keep them in line some from scamming you! Plus is good evidence to have in case the dispute goes to court.”
“I called this company 4 months ago to cancel any and all accounts .This product is no good and i broke out pretty bad.Here it is 4/ Months later and they CHARGED MY ACCOUNT. When i called all that was done was t o t ell me there is no return policy and Denied me in SPEAKING WITH A MGR.SO IN OTHER WORDS THEY RIPPED ME OFF FOR 95$. This COMPANY IS A BIG SCAM DO DO NOT EVEN DEAL WITH THIS SO CALLED ADAPTIVE EYE COMPLEX THEY DON'T EVEN HAVE A REAL COMPANIES NAME JUST THE ROTTEN PRODuCTS”