Heads Up Reversaderm and Flawless Youth Skin Care Scam


Hello fellow Chicks
Heads up on an online skincare scam. Flawless Youth and Reversaderm are both offering a 14 day free trial of their skin care products. No Hassel and No Commitment just pay shipping and handling and they will send you a trial.    WRONG!!!  ITS A SCAM...After 14 days if you don't call customer service they bill your credit card for 90 $ every 30 days. 
You must cancel and hope they don't charge you.
Many reviews and blogs on Google.
Please don't be a victim of this SCAM.
Your Fellow Chick
Kimberly Andress
Jun 04, 2015 @ 04:18 pm

15 Replies



I hate when companies do that. Thanks for the heads up. There was a company my mom got taken by. Was supposed to be $10 for some luminescent cream, and they got her with duty...close to $100. And then charged her CC after she cancelled. It was hell to get the charges reversed.
Jun 04, 2015 @ 04:24 pm

Skin Care Scam

Thanks for your feedback. It is so sad to see companies taking advantage of people with scams instead of providing a product with samples and no risk.. They really should be reported more
Jun 04, 2015 @ 04:31 pm


Thanks so much for the information kandress. It looks to me like these companies should get into trouble for doing such under handed shams. Have a good night, Ginger.
Jun 04, 2015 @ 09:59 pm


I think companies should be straightforward with their customers. The charges should have been made clear from the start and then you could have decided or at least have been prepared to pay if you wanted to continue with them.
Jun 04, 2015 @ 10:38 pm
Sandra Ribeiro


Thanks for the heads up!
Jun 05, 2015 @ 06:43 pm


Wow, I don't get how companies can be so horrible ... Thanks for the heads up kandress !
Jun 08, 2015 @ 01:08 pm


Its really important to read terms and conditions - they note that in the fine print. If they didn't note it in the fine print then your bank or credit company can reverse the charges. But I urge people to please read the fine print before checking off that you accept them for stuff like this.
Jun 18, 2015 @ 08:36 pm

scam for sure

I ordered the free trial for 14 days,but I neven know that they have to charge me a full amount of 90 $ aftef 14 days..the sad thing about it, is after 30 days they send me another one and charge me another 90 $ without me knowing whats going on..this is a PURE SCAM dont be a victim.I had to call my visa just to change my visa card number. I spend 200 $ for the stupid cream that no good anyway..they have to put this realy fine print that you cannot read unless you are using magnifying glass..DO NOT ORDER FREE Trial its a SCAM
Sep 08, 2015 @ 08:55 pm

Check Out BBB Complaints on Flawless Youth

Come on ladies...we KNOW this is a scam. Read some complaints on BBB.org - apparently the BBB cannot locate the business nor are they receiving any responses from the business. One Canadian woman was charged approximately $600.00 on her M/C and the company refused to allow her to return the unopened packages - the best they offered her was a 50% refund. Free?? Not.
Jan 19, 2016 @ 10:30 am

Sad to see companies do this!

With all the fly by night and pop up companies out there this kind of thing happens all too often. I found a company that not only delivers results but are amazing to deal with and work for!! I have never understood how people can sleep at night KNOWING they are scamming someone out of their money!!!
Jan 23, 2016 @ 05:06 pm

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