I saw an offer come through my e-mail address for Joanna Gaines Sample for Serum/Face Cream – all you had to do was pay for the shipping. I ended up getting charged for the product, which was OK. This month I was charged again for the product and was told I cannot return the product for a refund. I tcontacted Magnolia Farms to see what they said and they claim this free offer did not come from Joanna Gaines. Here’s there response.
Thanks so much for reaching out. The news story and advertisements about skin care products are fake. Chip and Joanna are currently filming for season 5 of Fixer Upper and will not be leaving the show to start a cosmetics line and are in no way associated with the company selling skin care products using her name.
This is a SCAM! We have nothing to do with it and have been trying to stop it for some time. You can help!
Please spread the word by sharing, re-posting, and/or re-tweeting this post and send any information regarding the fake news websites or sponsored ads to [email protected] Our legal department is currently pursuing the company that is illegally using Joanna’s likeness.
We are so sorry for any frustration this has caused you and we HIGHLY suggest disputing the charge with your bank/credit card immediately and even reporting this fraud to your local FBI agency.
Chip and Joanna will always make official announcements on magnoliamarket.com or on their official social media accounts