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AlluraDerm is an anti-ageing cream which claims that it produces better results than Botox. This is quite a strong claim indeed, and you need to probe further to check if this cream stays true to its promises or not. Since this is a product that is available on trial, you also need to check the price, terms and other features of the product thoroughly to ensure that there are no hidden charges or other ambiguous terms. You should be well –aware of the price and features of this cream before you sign-up for the same. Let us see some of the features of this cream here, so that it becomes easy for you to decide if this is worth your money or not.
What does AlluraDerm claim?
AlluraDerm’s website boasts of the following benefits:
Reduction in wrinkles and fine lines by 85%
Improvement in the skin’s capacity to produce collagen by 95%
Visible reduction in the appearance of dark circles by 73%
All of these claims are quite impressive, and it is easy for you to get tempted to choose one of them. However, you need to remember that the company could promote these claims to attract your attention and to make you sign up for its trial offer. Therefore, you need to be extra careful in understanding all the terms of this product.
What does AlluraDerm contain?
AlluraDerm claims that it uses scientifically proven formulae for bringing back the youthful looks in your skin. It also claims that many Hollywood celebrities use the cream for making their skin look radiant. However, when you look at the package or the website, you will hardly get any information to support these tall claims. You will only come across a point which says that the cream has a proprietary Bisophere with QuSome Delivery; however, this information is not of much help to us, as we cannot understand much about the cream’s ingredients or its dosages from this point. Due to lack of information on this front, we find it difficult to recommend this product for you.
Pricing of AlluraDerm
The terms of price are mentioned in the T&C section on the website, which is found towards the last. When you go through the terms thoroughly, you will come to know that AlluraDerm cream is available for trial for 14 days. When you sign up for the same, you will be required to pay an initial shipping fee. You need to cancel your subscription within these 14 days. Else, you will be charged with a heavy sum of $87.50 at the end of the 14th day. AlluraDerm is an auto-ship product as well; therefore, you should be prepared for subsequent monthly packages and payments for it. You can call 877-239-1206 for cancellation.
We do not recommend AlluraDerm Anti-Ageing skincare cream for you, as we do not know much about the ingredients used in this product, and so we are not sure about the effectiveness of the same. Also, the price of the product is quite huge, and its auto-ship policy doesn’t help matters either.
“Found a refund guide that helped me out everyone, anything to get back at this scam i am willing to do. lol feel bad for the cust service rep but w.e. I got my refund thats all that matters to me. Here is the book I read www.trialbusters.com”
“No stars -not an option : < ~This is important, stay with me. I have a lot of truth to report, and it IS true because I am not getting paid to report it, I am not trying to generate revenue, i don't need a sponsor, nor do i have a character max.limit to report it, so here I go: ~On more than one webpage which has a link to the notorious Alluraderm"Free trial" offer, I was instead re-directed to an entirely different anti-aging product's advertisement/free trial, making the exact same claims to fame. ~Pause~. ~Mental Note: Obviously, this is not a reputable product or reputable company, if for no other reason than their shady marketing practices. ~The old adage that "you cannot believe everything you read" should be rewritten to, "you cannot believe a word you read as a consumer" ~UN-PAUSE~ ~As i continued to get passed around the web...on my cell phone...with shotty internet connection and speed, I had several minutes between pages to read enough product reviews along the trail, and I started paying attention rather than skimming through in search of what I wanted to "hear" in ones review(s), or hoping to find something to push me off the fence about a potentially pricy purchase. Suddenly, profile photos and their reviews were looking vaguely to increasingly FAMILIAR....either the photo, the review text, or both....Alone, or in conjunction....Next, they became INSULTING as the product name was the solely unique word in otherwise duplicate and/or identical reviews. ~These clearly staged/programmed ireviews multiplied, sometimes in totally unrelated product types...repeated incessantly, interchanged from one product review to the next. ~I have now observed the evolution of this subterfuge over the course of three calendar days, spread out about week apart, and in a span of webhours equal to about the same (3 days to a week), just to prove to myself this is NOT my skeptical imagination....photos and reviews transposed/swapped (OR plagiarized!)...... ~Uggh! Rinse and repeat, NO MORE! ~Now, having had my eyes opened to the utter HOAX of it all, I say to BIG DarkWeb, "I'M OUT!" ~And my gift to any reader who has made it this deep in to MY tell all review, i give you one word I hope you heed; "Dermaroller". ~$20- $40 gets you the best beauty tool you will EVER "do" to your skin and do for your skin.- ~NO MATTER WHAT~ any regimen of moisturizer, lotion, or serum is complimented--even implimented-- by the use of a microneedling dermaroller.~Instant return on your investment and eventual return on MANY investments.. ~.wrinkles, sagging, cellulite, stretch marks, supersized pores, hyperpigmentation and scarring BEWARE!”
“I paid $5.94 for a jar of the facial cream in September. Today, October 15th, Chase called me to say there was a charge of $87.50 made on my card. I called Alluraderm and was told the $5.94 was only for shipping & handling and the cream itself cost $87.50. They had also signed me up for a subscription which I did not authorize or know about. Chase has my back so I won't lose this latest charge, but do NOT do business with these scammers!!!”
“Scam, SCAM, my information was given to other companies. They set me up on automatic draft. Tried to cancel the free sample and was told I had to send it back or I would be charged for the retail price.”
“I had the exact experience with another skin care product. I ended up closing the account they were automatically billing me $87 50 each month. The fraud department at my bank said never order "free trial" because it's never free. If you really want to try a product try using a pre-paid VISA card which isn't tied to your bank account and it only has whatever amount of money you put on it.”
“This 1 star is a mistake. SCAN, SCAN, SCAM........ They hide the truth about how you will be charged monthly. Next thing I know I was charged by a different make up company. For refund, but I know they sold my info. Don't but this crap.”
“Serum cream is overrated. I received free sample of serum wrinkle cream and eye cream. I paid for the shipping. Soon after I received free samples, my checking account was debited $83.00 for wrinkle cream and $83.00 for eye cream without my authorization. I called customer service. They refused to credit money back to my checking account. BUYER BEWARE BEFORE YOU ORDER FREE SAMPLES”
“i got the free sample of alluraderm and the eye serum. and it said free sample, but hid the sentence that said return in 14 days if you dont want it. and cancel. so i tried canceling it, but you have to send it back, or pay for it.i told him it said free sample but he said it was the real one. i told him i will send it back. dont get no free samples no stars the only reason im giving you a star is so i can get my comment out”
“Ordered a trial sample for 4.95 Didn't find out for a little while that I was charged 89.95. Called and they stated in the conditions you had 10 days to cancel future deliveries and it was over the 10 days. I said I was going to talk to m,y credit card and they offered 32% back and when I said no they offered 50% back. When I refused I got "disconnected" They said the credit card could give my money back and then it was disputed and I would need a lawyer to settle and they could take the money out again. I will call my credit card and see if this is true.”
“THEY GET A ZERO RATING FROM ME. I HAVE THE SAME COMPLAINTS AS ABOVE. I WAS ON VACATION AND ORDERED THE FREE SAMPLE AGREEING TO PAY SHIPPING. TWO MONTHS LATER I RECEIVE A NOTE FROM THE HOTEL SAYING TWO PACKAGES HAVE ARRIVED FOR ME. THE COMPANY SAID THEY WOULD TAKE THEM BACK JUST SEND THEM. THEN THEY SAID THEY WON'T DUE TO TIME CONSTRAINT. DEDUCTING $17.00 FOR RESTOCKING IF THEY EVER TAKE SOMETHING BACK. THIS IS INSANE. I ASKED FOR THE COVER INFO STATING THAT I WAS SIGNING UP FOR AN ACCOUNT BUT NO REPLY. NOT EVEN A NAME TO REPLY TO ...JUST CUSTOMER SERVICE. I CAN SEE WHY THEY HIDE THEIR NAMES. NEXT TO BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU FOR ME, THEN FLORIDA ATTORNEY'S OFFICE. THE JOKE IS THE CREAM AND EYE SERUM DO NOTHING. IT'S JUST A SCAM.”
“This is a scam if I ever ran into one. The free trial, all you pay is shipping and handling, is such a fraudulent introduction to try this product. I am so upset at the way they present this and then charge you full price for the product because you didn't read the terms and conditions that were so well hidden. After I received the sample, the ingredients in the product made me afraid to put this on my skin. They are hiding information in their advertising and the saying goes, ' Free isn't Free. I would avoid this company like the plague. If I could click on a negative rating I would.”
“Signed up for my free sample of two products. (this is what the ad stated. A free sample, not a trial offer) I agreed to pay the shipping for each products and received both products and was surprised at the size of the "free samples" Nowhere did it say trial of product or send the product back in 14 days. Found 2 charges on my credit card one for $87.50. the other for $82.50. When I called to question the charges, I was told that the products were a trial and I was to send them back in 14 days if not satisfied. They at first refused to give me a credit, then made an offer of $100. I told them it was not acceptable, as I wanted all my money back because, I felt they misrepresented the offer. After many threats, they said their final offer was $130, but would not do the credit unless I agreed not of contest the charges with my credit card. In essence, they were trying to bribe me so I would not report them. I agreed to that just to end the phone call, but I will still go to my credit card company for the balance of what I paid. What a rip off...............”
“Website very misleading. Double billed for two months. Billed total of $520.44 and the most customer service would credit was $180.00 They admitted they needed to clarify terms because they are misleading. They also recommended keeping the products as their returns are backed up and will drag out the credit process. I have a tremendous amount of respect for JoAnna Gaines but she definitely needs to work on this aspect of her her new business. In the meantime I am stuck with a bill for $340.44 for 4 orders of products that I am not satisfied with.”
“Horrible company who scams women out of an unreasonable amount of money! I received a confirmation of my order with nothing in print anywhere about what I would be charged if I didn't cancel. When I was charged $160 and tried to cancel I was told I didn't cancel in time! What a scam!”
“I am living through- a huge mistake. I clicked a video in my Facebook Newsfeed... touting free samples!!!! I paid for shipping of free products- got them- and totally missed the buried, hidden, misleading subscription in terms and aggrements- NOW they have charged me over $400- won't take the most recent shipment back- won't give me a full refund. AWFUL Customer service-they told me that I was a "waste of their time"- RUN AWAY FROM @alluraderm”