AllureRX Ageless Eye Revitalizer
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AllureRX is a product that is popping up all over the internet promising free trial offers for users, after which they will have magically youthful skin and natural radiance that defies their age.
Though this seems an answer to most of our prayers, the offer seems to be too good to be true. Therefore, it indeed is worth the research that we plan to take to analyze the pros and cons of the product and then take the right decision whether to go with this or not.
How does AllureRX help?
For any skin care product to work on age reduction, it has to do three things:
Increase moisturization and thereby elasticity of the skin, directly leading to a reduction of dry skin
Minimize under eye circles which makes one look fresh and young;
Minimize the lines caused by ageing and completely stop production of them in future
The product AllureRX gives an almost 80% promise for these claims and it remains to be seen if this can be brought by users who are looking at bringing that glow to their skin.
What AllureRX contains
The packing on the product, AllureRX does mention about the ingredients that the product is made of. The ingredients mentioned are Grape Extract, Vitamin K, Aloe Vera Gel, Passion Flower Extract. There is no mention of the proportions they are used in. It did not mention what the active ingredients are.
So, this complicates our understanding even more, as we are left clueless of what the active ingredients are. We have assurance that the product contains ingredients that are not harmful to the skin. But it’s a difficult decision to buy the product without knowing what the unknown active ingredients is.
Hidden truth behind the costs of AllureRX
AllureRX comes with a free trial period, and when users sign up for this offer, they are only charged $3.95. At least that’s what you think – until you see more swipe charges and auto shipments at the end of the trial period. There will be a charge of $92.21, right after the 19 days, and this will continue and sign ups will happen for shipments that will continue. These are neither mentioned in the cost clause nor upfront in the products catalogue. The users will have to go through the terms and conditions, and this is written in fine print.
The lack of transparency in the pricing terms is a serious concern and makes you wonder if this is yet another scam on the internet. There is a free trial mentioned, and if you get wooed and sign up then, there is no end to your debts. This adds to the fact that there is no ingredient information on the label, and it sounds like it is too much of falsehood in the claims of the product. Therefore, even if you are desperately looking for this product, it makes more sense to look for a better and more reliable product than sign up for this.
Who to call
Please do not hesitate to call 888-517-3937 or email email@example.com, in case there has been a sign up as there will never be a stop to your shipments of AllureRX if you do not call.
“On 5/22, I purchased SkinFresh MD Advanced Wrinkle Mouisturizer Trial (18 Day) and AllureRX Ageless Eye Revitalizer Trial (19 day) from this company. It was supposed to be a 4.95 shipping charge for the Skinfress and an additional $3.95 for the eye cream. I was billed $4.95 + $3.95 + $1.99 on 5/22/17. The product arrived about 5 days later. As soon as I received it, I had second thoughts about purchasing an Auto-Ship product and called 1-888-510-2382 to cancel the trial. When I called a told them my name and that I wanted to cancel the trial, they hung up on me every time. I tried several times a day for over a week, but the same thing happened every time-- when I told them my name and that I wanted to cancel, they hung up. At that point. the so-called "free trial" had expired. They charged my credit card $92.21 + 97.67 on 6/10, exactly 19 days after I originally placed the order. I didn't receive the product until several days after I ordered it, so it was certainly no 18 day trial. Then I received another shipment in July and was charged $92.21 + 97.67, which I did not want but had not been able to cancel because they hung up every time. Again I tried to call and cancel several times and again they hung up every time. Then I got ANOTHER shipment in early August and was AGAIN charged and was charged $92.21 + 97.67. This time when I called up and told them my name, I said that they were charging my credit card without my authorization, and that I was going to contest the charges. This got their attention! I spent over an hour on the phone with their representative who repeatedly tried to talk me out of cancelling, offering me progressively larger discounts to stay in the program. I kept repeating that I wanted to return all the product to them and get all my money back. She kept telling me that I had agreed to there terms and there was no way I could get my money back. I stuck to my guns and after arguing with her for over an hour, she finally agreed to refund all my money for the three shipments, totaling $569.64, and told me that I did not need to send the product back. She said it would be credited to my account within 7-10 business days. When I got my September statement, I saw that they had only credited ONE of the shipments instead of all 3. I called my credit card to contest the charges and was told by Chase that it was too late for them to dispute the charges or get the money back. I explained that I had been told I would get all the money refunded, but they did not do that. I just spent an hour on the phone with Chase and Dennis at SkinFresh and he would not give me the option to return the 2 unopened boxes to his company to get my money back. This is a total consumer SCAM and I am out $379.76, not to mention the $1.99 that was not an authorized charge on the so-called "Free Trial." This company has several negative reviews on BBB and I have filed a formal complaint against them”
“Total crooks...took nearly $200 of my money and I only received the samples of which I paid for shipping! Finally called them to cancel but would NOT give me a refund even though I NEVER received any products!!! Beware!!”
“This does not work at all and when you try and stop it from coming to your home it does not work. They continue to send it and I cannot get it stopped and it is a complete rip off. I hate this product.”
“I would not give this company any stars. Beware of this company, it is a scam. The company will charge your account before the 14 days of trial are ended. The price is absolutely overcharged for what it is l. Olay or Neutrogena products are so much better for so much less money and hassle. By agreeing to the trial product, you will be signing a contract agreement for monthly charges. It is a hassle to get the customer rep. to even agree to refund.”