About Lifescript Advantage
Lifescript Advantage, found online on Lifescript.com, is a website which claims to be a resource dedicated to “healthy living for women,” which offers a wide array of information sources on that topic.
Lifescript began in 1999 as a company which sold customized vitamin plans to their customers. Over the last thirteen years, they’ve expanded into an online healthy living publisher, aimed at women between the ages of 30 to 50 who are looking for information on healthy living.
Their website tackles all issues relating to women’s health, from conditions that women suffer from, like osteoporosis and PMS, to diet and fitness resources, to advice on life and relationships.
Generally, websites that promote themselves as a “publisher” are sites which allow outside contributions on topics their readers are interested in. This may mean that some of the information offered on their website is being contributed by someone without a specific background in health sciences.
However, they do offer a section from the “Experts,” where doctors and professionals of all kinds write articles giving advice to women based on their specific expertise, drawing on their knowledge and experience.
According to their website, they reach 10 million unique visitors with their website, as well as more than 7 million readers who regularly subscribe to their six free daily email newsletters.
In addition to these free daily newsletters, Lifescript Advantage also emails you Lifescript “marketing offers.” These may range from supplement samples and coupons to promotional offers from third parties. Always make sure to carefully inspect each offer before you accept.
With such a large number of newsletters and offers, some members feel as though they are receiving too much email spam. If you wish to subscribe from any of their newsletters or offers, simply click on the link at the bottom of the email.
If you have any experience with this company, please leave your Lifescript Advantage reviews below.
17 ‘Lifescript Advantage’ Reviews
I subscribed to LSA several years ago. I filled out ALL the requested information they wanted from me.I was disappointed when I never received not one FREE sample from the company.
I received an email from LSA wanting me to subscribe again. Same survey, same wording, and same offers. Now, I am trying to unscribe to the emails with no success. This is the info I found.
If you no longer wish to receive any email from LifeScript, CLICK HERE. If you are having difficulty unsubscribing with the above link, please click here or copy http://www.lifescript.com/subscriptions.aspx and paste it into your browser. Please note that replies to this e-mail requesting to be unsubscribed will not be processed and will be disregarded.
Good Luck! None of these suggestions worked for me.
A rip off that's deceptive too
Lifescripts ores you in with the thought of free samples, but when you click the links, it takes you to the sign up page. There is no "sign in" area, just "sign up". When you sign up yet again, it wants you to fill out their surveys yet again..... And then you only get so far before it tries to get you to sign up for something you don't want, but there is no other option so, you either take it and maybe you'll get to the sample page (I doubt it), or you click out of it and never get to the sample page. It really is frustrating.....And I can't find a place to unsubscribe because it never takes you to a screen to see your account....
I have filled out so many questionires from this company in the promise to get free samples of products I HAVE NOT RECEIVED A THING!!!!! Thy got my adress and phone number and now i bombarded with solicitors to sell me stuff I already have or don't want. To me it is a scam just to get your information. NEVER AGAIN WILL I FILL OUT ANYTHING ON THE NET.