SCAM:”FREE” IS NOT REALLY FREE

I wanted to know what the ingredients were in the widely promoted “new” miracle anti-aging products. Since I have written seven editions of A Consumers’ Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients (Crown Publishers), I wanted to find out about the ingredients. I sent for various “free” samples of the products. I filled out my address and foolishly gave them my credit card number for the $4.95 “delivery fee”. A few days later, I looked at my monthly credit card bill and there were numerous debits for $89-$95 for my “Free samples” (To be automatically taken out every month).

HOW COSMETIC COMPANIES FIGURE YOU OUT

Do you believe you are choosing cosmetic products on your own? Behind every make-up and fragrance you buy, you are unknowingly responding to the lures created by experts who have targeted you by your personality. “One major reason cosmetic sales keep climbing, no matter what happens in the world, is that the cosmetics, toiletries ,…