WARNING: Free Pura D’Or Gold Shampoo Haircare by Mail!
If you’ve seen the free Pura D’Or Gold label haircare sample, then steer clear! I’ll explain in detail why below. They’re claiming to give away Pura Dor (like pure adore) which is formulated for thinning hair.
However, you don’t want to give these scammers money which they’ll get when they trick you into filling out a scammy survey. And, you certainly don’t want to give them your private information! Because, you will not get anything free. In other words, all you’ll get is an email full of spam, or worse!
- Before you head over to request PURA D’OR Free Samples be sure to read our findings.
Fill out the form to receive FREE PURA D’OR Original Gold Label Shampoo sample and more!
PURA D’OR Original Gold Label Shampoo is a clinically tested formula proven to reduce hair thinning due to breakage, increase volume, strength and shine. The proprietary blend of 17 key active ingredients, organic extracts, and essential nutrients nourish hair to boost strength and resist breakage. Packed with a powerful blend of Biotin, Nettle, Pumpkin Seed, and Black Cumin Seed Oil to increase volume and thicken hair. Free from harsh chemicals, environmentally responsible, hypo-allergenic, vegan, and cruelty free.
* While supplies last. Limited time offer. Sample size is 5.1 Fl. Oz.
Links in our fake reports are always broken for your safety: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdQwIZqVKSq1dgoCzFwZPfXBvAwQBCg21SZLpAFaWmKEhxmzg/viewform
After submitting, you get a link to “confirm shipping”
PURA D’OR Free Samples
Please click the following link to select the shipping method for your sample:
On the alleged “confirm shipping” site, you can select your preferred shipping method. Then you get a spam popup!
Findings (What makes it fake?)
- 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.
- Please note, Pura D’Or is a legitimate company, and this shampoo is a real product. But, they did not make this offer, and the scammers who did make this offer will not send you anything free.
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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