Acure Skincare Travel Set from Favospa
If you’ve seen the latest freebie for a free Acure Skincare Travel Set from Favospa, then don’t miss our findings! Because, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen this website, and you won’t believe what we found.
- Before you head over to request a free Acure Skin Care Travel Set from Favospa, be sure to read our findings.
- (The link has been intentionally broken.)
As the summer travel season approaches, Acure has launched the Travel Pack, filled with four beauty essentials in TSA-approved package sizes.
Set Contains: 1 oz Mega Moisture Shampoo, 1 oz Mega Moisture Conditioner, 1 oz Brilliantly Brightening Facial Scrub and 1 oz Brilliantly Brightening Day Cream.
- Fill out the form below and we’ll send you FREE Acure Skin Care Travel Set.
Findings (What makes it fake?)
- This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Favospa.They have other fake offers, like the FAKE! Free Argan Essence Hair Perfume SCAM ALERT, and FREE Fire & Spice & Smokin’ Dave’s T-Shirt – MUST READ!
- This has been around since around 2017, and nothing ever comes.
- There’s a LOT of ads on the site. After submit, there’s another ad that makes it seem like you need to click it. Not a spam pop-up like we always used to see. But, definitely sketchy!
- You can’t actually order from the company. Orders don’t work!
- You can submit the form without filling it in.
- Terms are copied from Intur – another fake freebie site
- Another in the Russian scam – fake freebie – ring by WebSEO
- Address is a mall: 4101 IH-69 Access Rd, Corpus Christi, TX 78410
- Phone number 361-241-7588
- There’s no company information, and the only thing you’ll find about the product or company is freebie sites sharing it.
- They use the same advertising account (Google Adsense) as a freesamplesmail – the website. There’s also commonalities with freesamplesmail . com/webseo/webseo/- the user webseo is on these fake freebie sites and the sample site.
- What legit worldwide haircare company would also run a freebie site???
- The terms and conditions suggest that your information will not be sold or shared, however the agreement you have to check before submitting says that you’re agreeing that they CAN share your info with their advertising partners. In other words, they’re going to sell your info to spammers!
- This same group of scammers have other fake freebies to avoid, such as: Greek Olive Oil, InTur Travel Agency, SoundPRO, Fire & Spice Peppers (this one), Argan OIl haircare, Textile Sale Bracelets or F&D Upholstery, and more!
This is not a legit offer; it is spam. STEER CLEAR! To stay safe we highly recommend that you read our Big List of Fakes and learn how to protect yourself on every single freebie you sign up for. Read also: Getting Started with Gimmie.
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