Selected Skin Care Reviews - Selected Skin Care Scam or Legit

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Sheena –

Victim Location 85209

Total money lost $1,662

Type of a scam Phishing

I was in the mall, lured in to the store by a salesperson that stated he “just wanted to give me a free sample of eye cream”…I am not making excuses for buying the products but the so called “owner” of the company first stated his price for the products was $ 7,000.00 but after an hour of me attempting to leave without buying anything, telling him over and over that I could not afford the products, he quietly stated that “for me” he would sell them for $1,500 and then I caved…I got home feeling sick to my stomach because I really could not afford the $1, 500, and decided to go right back to the mall and return them, as none of the packages were opened and were still in the bag. They would not let me return any of the items for a refund. SCAM!!!! Any reputable company would allow returns if not opened or used and even if you had tried the product and weren’t happy with it!! I learned an expensive lesson and hopes this warns others of this company…STAY AWAY!!

Joanna –

Victim Location 91016

Total money lost $2,750

Type of a scam Counterfeit Product

I went yo the L.A Country fair in Pomona in Aug.31,2018.Iwent over their to have fun and do a little shopping.i never dream i would be con at the fair.i went into this bulding and guy who works Selected Skin Care he ask me if iwant a free facer i said yes thinking to my self a free facer why not ididn,t this young guy who works for this Co. would con me but! he did.He put Pressure on me to buy the cosmetrics he claim it works and it would make me look pretty for my boyfriend. I went home shortly after.The next day i went back to the Fair because i forgot to buy something that i need the day before it was Luxury cosmetics when i came across the first sales guy. this time it was the Selected Skin Care sales guy e said almost the same as the other guy but only thing diff. with this guy he ask me a few personal stuff which he shouldn,t and said why don,t you buy these cosmetrics care i will offer you a deal i will sale you the Infini sonic therapy anti-aging and thow in a few cosmetics for free and it will cost you 2,750.00 and i felt presure and i charge it on my Discover credit card nd i brought it Home the Sonic didn,t work.Icalled the officee and ask for my refund on my crit card she said no.i told her that,s not what he told me he told me if i don,t like the products or if does,t work you can get your full refund and i told her it des,t work i would like my full fefund and she said no.

Brad –

Victim Location 85251

Type of a scam Phishing

My husband and I recently visited the Scottsdale Fashion Mall in Arizona and were approached by a salesgirl from Selected Skincare to try their eye serum. As she convinced us the product did show results she started putting pressure on us to purchase the product and we did. Soon thereafter another salesman enters and the salesgirl engages him to take us into the back table so he can apply another wrinkle facial product. At this point the intense sales push begins to purchase this face product valued at $5,000. The two salespeople start adding more items to sweeten the deal and also offer a microdermabrasion facial in our local area. The salesgirl gets up and leaves the back room and my husband after about 15 minutes notices her phone is recording our conversation. The phone is given to the salesman and he quickly turns it off. We are now completely done with this whole fiasco and the salesman continues again to convince us to purchase the product for a reduced price of $2,500. This is when I quickly check the BBB website and discover that someone else had the same problem. These two salespeople are very pushy and should not be allowed to work in this line of business.

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