AveCream Anti Aging Cream Reviews - AveCream Anti Aging Cream Scam or Legit

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Alana –

Victim Location 45505

Total money lost $6

Type of a scam Online Purchase

There are multiple false ads on the internet for this company’s anti-aging cream offering a FREE trial – all you pay is shipping of about $6. I fell for the one on this page: https://trendteam365.com/savannah. There is no indication that this is anything other than a free trial. But in reality, once you sign up, they automatically subscribe you to a monthly delivery of their product for $87, AND they expect you to return their FREE trial of the product within 14 days if you decide you want to cancel. Here’s the link where I signed up: https://www.avecreme-antiage.com/aceastnw/?AFFID=212671&C1=AdsPhoenix&C2… There is no info there about the subscription they are trapping you into. When I discovered that this was their scam, I contacted them the next day to cancel my order. I also said I was shocked to learn that this was not a free trial at all. They replied that they don’t give free trials, and that I had to return the product or be charged for it. I have not received any product, but did pay the $6 on my credit card for it to be shipped. This is completely false and misleading advertising and I just want to warn others not to fall for it. Since this happened to me, I’ve found another website that gives Mark Zuckerberg’s wife the credit for "discovering" this cream. It’s nearly the exact same thing as the one they wrote about Savanah Guthrie. http://volutrk.com/eonline/news/zuckerberg/skin/avecreme.html. Shameful to use celebrities that people trust to fraudulently sell a product. So far I’m only out $6 but they now have my credit card information and I’m concerned about further charges.

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