Alore Anti-Wrinkle Serum Reviews

Alore Anti-Wrinkle Serum
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Fiona Anderson


October3, 2013

It advertises on Facebook. I ordered the trial for $5.97 CDN and the same day they put through the charge they also put through another charge for $21.15 and then I find out if I don`t cancel right away they automatically put me on a monthly plan at a high price. So I get the free trial and in with the skin cream are some pills. I try one pill and it makes my stomach acidic. The cream I tried one and it dries my skin so both items go into the garbage. I phoned and tried to explain that I never ordered the pills to begin with but they won`t reverse any charges. This is a scam from the get go. The pills basically have fruit extract in them and the gel is just junk.

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November 01, 2013

I am so tired of people scamming others for their gain. It is come to a time when nobody can be trusted. The face book option could be such a useful and learning tool but idiots use it to hurt, cheat and take advantage of honest people. I only wish that as soon as an advertisement comes on that a red flag would flash right away to warn people.

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