Free Victoria’s Secret Body Mist Sample
This is a MUST READ before you head over to request your free Victoria’s Secret Body mist sample by mail! Because, we work hard to bring you only legit freebies with no fakes. By warning you about fakes, we are helping to keep you and your information and finances safe online.
So, read on to see why we believe you should steer clear of this offer.
- Before you head over to request a Free Victoria’s Secret Mist be sure to read our findings.
- Allegedly, Victoras Secret is giving away a free body mist to anyone who requests it, and mail it to them totally free. While I love that idea and wish it were true, I know better. So, I wanted to share my findings with you.
Do you want to try a Victoria’s Secret product for free? Request a Victoria’s Secret Body Mist (Amber Romance) sample.
Amber Romance is a warm and alluring blend of black cherry, creme anglaise, vanilla and sandalwood.
- Mist over body after shower or bath for delicately scented skin
- Refreshing and cool, they’re the perfect way to add a pop of fashion to your fragrance wardrobe
- In shelfie-ready bottles and totally irresistible scents—you’ll never stop at one
The offer page is a Google form (anyone can make one, free). Link has been broken here, but is included here for searchability https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfoS8Bm2kLVsg7vTTie3ZHOVR6bOzKxm5a_K4bGfA_hh8iETg/viewform?fbclid=IwAR3aGum6PmlpVdoV1sVy-gGJJ-HwCvttw0JdrUy85RGwY7_QObK0FJp8k8M&fbzx=-8907835078259681179
The offer alleges that all you have to do is fill out a simple form and they’ll send anyone and everyone – by mail – a VS Mist called Amber Romance.
After submitting the form, the confirmation page has a link you must click. The link has been broken here, but shown for search ability https://s3.amazonaws.com/security-shipping/bodymist.html
After clicking the link, I was taken to a page to “confirm my shipping preference”, even though here’s only one.
When I pressed “continue” I got a spam popup. Everyone who fills out that unrelated spam offer will make the scammers a substantial amount of money!
Findings (What makes it fake?)
When you go to the offer page, which is a Google form, at first it seems like it might be legit. But, it’s not.
- Spam popup after submit (an unrelated offer pops up and wants you to fill it out. The scammers get PAID when you do! They’re tricking you into making them money. In other words, after you submit there’s a link that you have to click to allegedly confirm the shipping method. That takes you to another site, which has a spam popup.
- There’s a typo on the form. Victorias Secret is a huge company with a fantastic advertising and marketing department and they would never, ever let this slip through. “* Quantities are limited. First ordered, first server. [SIC] One order per household.”
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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