BEWARE! St. Ives Skincare from EcoBeauty is Fake!
If you love skincare samples, then be sure to read this! Because, this one will never come. It’s a scam offer, from a fake company. And, they’re just trying to make money off you! Don’t fall for it!
- Before you head over to request a free St. Ives Renewing Skincare sample, be sure to read our findings.
Request a Sample
- In an effort to get people more interested in skin care we would like to offer you a sample size of facial moisturizer. St. Ives Renewing Facial Moisturizer Collagen Elastin is a hydrating moisturizer for dry skin that will help capture that fresh-faced glow we all love. Fill out this quick form to have your free sample shipped to your door at no cost to you.
Limit one item per person. While supplies last while supplies last. NO shipping & handling costs. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Must be 13 years of age or older to receive this item.
Link has been broken for your protection: ecobeautysupply.com/facial-moisturizer-sample
Findings (What makes it fake?)
- After submitting the form, you get a page that says you can complete offers in order to earn your free sample. Those never come; this is not a legit offer.
- The fake site (ecobeautysupply) has copied the wording from a real website: http://beautyplusincusa.net/skin-care-products/4149462
- For example, the product page on Beauty Plus Inc (the real site)
- Compare to the product page on Eco Beauty (the fake site)
- No product info, and nothing for sale.
- No company at the alleged address 5985 Obata Way Unit G, Gilroy, CA 95020
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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