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Anyway, I placed the order through my Discover Card, and waited for it in the mail. They covered themselves real good. I couldn't believe it. So I tried the cream and it was garbage.
Same with the eye stuff. And there was a phone number on the bill. So I called the number and said I wanted to send the product back and they said NOPE I couldn't send it back because it was past the two week return limit time. I told them I couldn't return anything earlier because I didn't have an address to return it to without anything in the package - no packing slip, etc. They said, too bad - they can't take it back - it's too late and it's my problem.
Immediately I knew I've been scammed, a reputable company wouldn't be doing this. So I called Discover Card and told them I've been scammed.
But they left the burden of proof on me. Although I disputed the charges, and explained in great detail what happened, they said I had to have better proof than just my explanation. I asked what I would need to provide as proof and they said a screenshot of their wording in their documentation at the end of the order. For one thing - I don't know HOW to take a screenshot. I'm not a techie. Don't know those things. For another even more important thing-to get to that documentation I would have to go back to their website, go all the way through the sale and spend another two hundred dollars just to get the screenshot for Discover!!!
I don't think so. How can Discover ask me to do that??? I told them I printed out 10 pages of people telling that this company is a scam saying the same thing that I am explaining, that there are 77 people all saying the same thing and I am prepared to send this to Discover.
But Discover says this is just opinion, not proof. As a customer and distributor of Nu Skin products I can tell you that the negative reviews describing 14 day trials and hidden charges are not talking about Nu Skin. There seems to be a scam that people are unfortunately falling victim to. Nu Skin is an amazing company that sells equally amazing products!
I started off using the whitening toothpaste and then wound up distributing as well, because I believe in the product that much. Don't let these reviews that were falsely categorized under Nu Skin hinder your opinion of them. Furthermore, the products they describe are not products sold by Nu Skin. Nu Skin is very careful to always be completely honest with their customers and distributors. Don't believe everything you read without doing your research first!
Back on June 5, I ordered trial sizes of these two products, supposedly Joanna Gaines products. I did not sign up for any other products to be delivered. I thought it was a trustworthy deal, but now I see it was a scam. There was nothing in the order process that I could see that I was signing up for anything more than the two trial size products.
I am disputing it with my credit card. Free product for the cost of shipping only. Called the Company to cancel any further shipments and wanted reimbursement. I was told I agreed to the terms and conditions. After 14 days I would receive the product and be charged in full. I would of never agreed to these terms.
I usually am very careful in reading the fine print, It was not obviously clearly displayed on this AD Nowhere does it say that after the 14 day trial you will be charged. Much less the amount. No explanation or to call, no info stating that you actually started a subscription. Very dishonest and misrepresenting the free trial! Just another form of thieves! Ordered a free trial. Got no results from calling, tried an email and that was returned.
Figured it was ok with endorsement from Joanna Gaines but apparently she was duped also. Do NOT buy this. The most frustrated I have ever been!! If I could give this product and company something less than 1 star, I would! It has been less than 2 weeks ago I received the product and this morning at 4: Not only did I get ripped off for not having the time they promised, the product doesn't work worth squat!
Don't order it, they will screw you. Do not order this ever. Got sample and was charged 90 dollars. Called and was told I did not respond in 14 days which I did not know. They also said another one was in the mail. Would not let me send it back so another I made sure no more would come.
They offered me a discount of half. Should receive in four days. I have called for three months and they said I received my discount already. I never got it. They then wanted all my credit card printouts. Like I would trust them with that. I sure hope no one else orders this. Probably the maddest I have ever been. Their logo should be buyer beware. Clearly people are confused on the products.
I mean Christie Brinkley was the spokesperson for it, until she decided to branch into her "own" skincare line. These products will amaze anyone and make your skin soft and smooth and new feeling. I just figured out what's going on here. Some people got scammed not by Nuskin but by Skin Nu from china. Just like a few years ago when I thought I got cheap iPhone, it was fake.
The bite on the apple was on the wrong side. I had stage 4A oral cancer that cause me to lose my tongue and I made it through all the challenges of chemotherapy and radiotherapy on Nuskin multiple supplement lines and celltrex CoQ I still got pictures of my "crispy" neck the part that was taped up and my face and chin that was completely protected by celltrex CoQ10, enhancer and TriPhasic white day lotion. If I had listened to my oncologist, my face would be as black and crispy as my neck that was taped up.
So watch out people for those Chinese imitators. They make everything look almost exactly the same except for when you compare it to the real deal, you can see the slight difference in packaging. If it's imitation, you can be sure that it's crappy products. Anyone who knows absolutely anything about NuSkin will realize that several of these reviewers clearly have NuSkin confused with something else. Look at all of the reviews that say the same thing. If you don't believe me, go to the NuSkin website and try to find these products that were supposedly on Shark Tank.
They won't be there. I am a former home distributor for the company, but now I am just a customer and only use the products. I've been a customer for five years. This company operates through distributors, and I've never known them to charge for a free sample if they even have a free sample. Then it wouldn't be free would it?
Plus, many of their products, if ordered and used according to their guidelines, come with a money-back guarantee. I totally look like I had a facelift. I just think it's unfortunate that people are so uneducated that they can't even get the name of a company right. There are several companies with names that are similar. I would just say if you are reading this, please meet with the distributor or go through the website thoroughly, because clueless people are damaging the reputation of this company.
All I know is that my experience with these products has been nothing short of amazing, and I've used them for over five years. They typically bend over backward at customer service to fix any errors, or accommodate unhappy customers. It pains me to see a company's reputation tarnished by uneducated people. When I signed on for the free samples and they explained it was a 14 day trial period with.
They did not explain if you did not like the product you had less than 14 days to notify them otherwise they were charging your bank account Full price for the items.
When I called to complain it was then explained you had less than 14 days to notify them that you did not like the product. However both products stink. Do not waste your money. I has been using the products and signed up for Free as a Distributor since May I was in the success trip Maui. Now why you do not call the company direct or ask the distributor whom referral you to them??? You must being buying from the wrong companies. Nu Skin do not have sample products. You need to call Nu Skin There are a lot of fake products said with NU SKIN name on it that why you guys buy at the wrong places or wrong person.
If you need help contact me anytime. As a consumer of these products I'm at a loss as to these negative reviews. Many of them don't even make sense talking about things I have never seen the company do. They do however offer a 60 and 90 day money back guarantee of which I've never had to use because the products work.
My experience has been nothing but positive, their products are amazing and the best that I've ever used. The company and staff are always helpful when I have questions. I also love their rewards program because I get to save up points to purchase products with them. It's the best subscription I've ever had because of its flexibility and rewards. I was a reluctant started with the Nu Skin products.
Because my skin had always been so allergic I did not have a skin care regimen. I used the Galvanic Spa twice weekly and Elements skin care system day and night and within 6 weeks people were accusing me of having a face lift.
My skin is now dewy soft and wrinkle free. My double chin has all but disappeared and I have heaps more confidence. The Nu Skin Clear Action range for acne is amazing. Within two days of using this product, I noticed an improvement in my skin. Having used the Nu Skin products for 9 months, I am sold on their products.
I also take Y-Span, which helps you age younger, from the inside, as well as using the Galvanic Spa, which has dramatically changed the surface of my skin. My skin is glowing now and it is so smooth. It's lovely when total strangers comment about my lovely skin, knowing what I have been through! No more acne spots for me. Thank you Nu Skin! I'm having trouble understanding all the negative reviews on this site. It appears that a number of people were not introduced to the products properly, or shown how to use them correctly.
My experience is completely different - having had an in-home demonstration of the Galvanic Spa and the ageLOC skin care, I could immediately experience an improvement in my skin tone and texture.
I could ask as many questions as I liked from my helpful distributor, who recommended these and some internal products for my particular health and aging concerns.
Although I have only been using the products for three months, the difference in my skin and overall well-being is noticeable, not only to myself, but to friends and acquaintances who have remarked on my "glow" and vitality. I am impressed by the science behind these products and the ethics of the company as a whole. Their Nourish the Children program is exemplary and we would be living in a much kinder world if all large companies made a similar commitment to assist the less fortunate.
I cannot recommend the products highly enough for anyone looking to age young and stay vital. Do not order the trial. I called and cancelled on time and got confirmation number of that from them. Personal and Family Member Accounts. Confidentiality of Trading Information. Brokerage Account Requirements for Designated Persons.
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