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Forever Flawless in Las Vegas, Nevada - Temporary Results - Permanent Bad Feelings

Went in to the hotel gift shop to buy an energy drink. Wound up sitting through facial treatments, seeing pictures of other customers, asked about how much I spend, telling me how great I look, and then telling me that I am getting a ridiculously good price, but I can't tell anyone about the low, low price I'm getting. I bought a couple of things, came back to my room, and started a little Internet research. My receipt said clearly that I could return the items within 7 days for a refund. Went back down to the gift shop at 4 pm, and even though the sales people said they would only be there until 2 pm (pressure to take the next best deal - at hush hush prices), they were still there. I told them I wanted a refund and they wanted a reason. Told them I don't need a reason. Then I got put through the next wringer of negotiations - their "process" for refund. They had to call their manager, i.e., better sales person who tries to make you keep their stuff. Then I got told that I'd have to come back tomorrow - NOPE - receipt doesn't say that - give me my refund. Manager is busy and can't talk to me so I was given a card to call customer service - called and was told that it was 4 pm on a Friday and that person was already gone and would be back in on Monday. NOPE - give me my refund. We need to talk to her because she has to give us a code. NOPE - give me my refund. You have a credit card machine and I know very well that it is just a different button to issue a credit vs. process a sale. Oh, now she's available and she wants to talk to you. The pitch: $25,000 worth of retail products for $2,500. I don't need to pay for anything else - because they know I love the products and would tell all my friends so they would gain clients. NOPE - give me my refund. FINALLY - got my refund on my credit card. Could also be that I took my phone out and was taking pictures of my credit card receipt and a copy of the sales receipt in preparation for contacting my credit card company to dispute the charges because of their refusal to honor their refund policy. I agree with other reviewers - if they offered these products at a reasonable price to everyone and quit with the high pressure, they wouldn't have so much bad press.
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Forever Flawless in Gilbert, Arizona - Very expensive and no instruction on product

I went to the Kiosk to buy Lioness products and was talked into buying other products they were selling. They were represented to be made by Lioness. I did not understand how to use the products after I was sent two different vague emails with instructions. So I called Lioness customer service to get further instruction just to find out they were not even their products. It was very high pressure sales situation. I don't know if the product is any good but feel very uneasy because of the way the whole situation was handled. I cannot find but one positive review on this product line. I want to return for Lioness products.
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Forever Flawless - Diamond Cream Under Eyes Review from Montreal, Quebec

Forever Flawless at Rockland.Center in Montreal should teach.to the young guys overthere to wash their hands before to apply any product in women face .The guy that I met smell cigatettes from his hand ,its just groos and yerk .Plus He was pushy about his diamond cream and made him very impolite and rude ! Money doesn' t buy the Class!
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Forever Flawless in Vista, California - Ditto for La Jolla

I had the same experience as here recounted so many times. Real scamsters, but very insistent. The price changed ever 5 minutes, and, of course, you will never get this deal again.... Diamonds, now gold in cosmetics? What is the evidence? No one reveals the actual contents-- I asked if there is retin-A in these items and no one knew. In fact, no one knew anything but pushy sales tactics. I was offered a facial "for free" and when I returned a week later, it was the same salesman who merely applied the same product, then another one, and tried to tell me that actually, I needed the second one, of course many times more expensive. Not even a massage. It was just like in the store chair, only lying down in a tiny dark closet behind the main room. To get out of the store, I had to purchase a bag full of products. It is true that some puff up your skin, but is it safe over time? The facial peel gel stuck to the tiny hairs on my face and were very difficult to remove. AVOID!
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Forever Flawless in Totowa, New Jersey - Hard Pressure sales - similiar to buying a car or timeshare presentation

BUYER BEWARE OF FOREVER FLAWLESS! I was offered a free facial, so, of course, I took advantage of it. I do think that my face looked better immediately afterwards. It was obvious that there were some ingredients that plumped up my skin because it minimized my forehead wrinkles and the wrinkles/indents that frame my mouth. After the facial, the hard sale kicked in. I have to say that it was worst than buying a car or going to a timeshare presentation (well maybe not that bad ;)). The pressure was intense and as we got up to leave, he would say wait, wait let me see what I could do, then come in with a lower price. The price started at $4500 and by the time we finished it was done to $1800 with some other products thrown in. The purchase is a final sale and products are non-refundable after leaving the store. Knowing how much a year's supply of good facial products are, knowing that we need to do what we can on a regular basis to keep our skin looking great, if the sales push wasn't so hard and the price wasn't negotiable and was below $1,000. I probably would have purchased it. I believe they would do much better to have a reasonable price for their products and sell it to everyone for the same price, instead of looking for a sucker. A few things to note: I am informed on products and what goes into a good skin care regime. He was very surprised at what I knew. For example, he claimed the product would sink down to the bottom layer of skin and worked from there. I had to point out to him that the law for all skin products in the USA was that it could only go down so many layers - so how could they sell a product that went down to the bottom layer? He was shocked that I knew this and tried to talk his way out of it. This was one of many fabrications and/or claims that he made. I am not going to spend that amount of money on anything - even after trying it, without knowing more about the product. His deal expired if I walked out the door. Why is that? I have psoriasis and I am not about to purchase a product that I can't return if it triggers my psoriasis (he said he would give me a handwritten refund agreement if it activated my psoriasis - ***). I also have never heard that diamonds and gold benefit the skin - it's just a marketing ploy that will satisfy those looking for something fancy and what girl doesn't love diamonds and gold or to be like a Kardashian? I also wanted to know what the active ingredients were - and he did not provide that to me. I didn't even get to see the label of ingredients (how much gold or diamonds were in there - were they the last ingredient on the list (probably). In summary, if you are approached by an employee of Forever Flawless and don't have thousands to drop on one year of skin care products (only the 3 step mask system), I would steer clear.
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Forever Flawless Sales Representative Review from Woburn, Massachusetts

My mom and I were waking in the Braintree mall and one of the forever flawless kiosk workers literially stopped us and escorted my mom to a chair with out saying a word. He asked for my name I said Margaret (it's not) then he said "watch this". He applied a product under my moms eyes and her eye bags lifted almost instantly. I replied with "that's cool" and my mom looked in a mirror. She liked the results. Mistakenly she said that to the man. He then pressured her into buying the product and then pressured her into going to their main studio up stairs (he escorted is there too). Once we were three another man came out of the back and placed my mom in a chair. Few words were exchanged and eventually my mom looked in the mirror. THERE WAS 600% no difference in her face. He then did the whole process again and STILL NO DIFFERENCE. He then tried pressuring my mom into buying the products he used on her (A TOTAL OF 2,000$). That's when she FINALLY put her foot down. 30 minutes later and she's still arguing with the maneger about walking out of the store empty handed.
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Forever Flawless - Review in Cosmetics and Toiletries category from Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv

I have tried several different cosmetics products, however, the best results are with Forever Flawless
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Forever Flawless in Sydney, New South Wales - Scam

My husband and i went to Vegas and tried these products. It seemed to make a difference to my face so spent $200.00 US. The 2 boxes were closed so I didn't want to open them till I got home. When I opened the box of diamond infused facial peeling gel I found it was a used container that was empty. I am furious. The other container seemed ok. I am sure I won't be able to get a refund especially the fact that I bought it from the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. I feel I was scammed into buying it and now feel worse that I paid for an empty container. I am very angry.
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Forever Flawless Deceptive Sales Practices

I was approached by sales person Ellie in front of Forever Flawless store at North Shore Shopping Center in Peabody, MA. I went in and she proceeded to start applying products to my arm and then sat me down in a chair and starting to bring out products and apply them to my face. She then started out with an outrageous price of 3495.00 for an array of products that she said I needed. I said in no way do I have that much money. She then removed products and brought out new ones and changed the price and products NUMEROUS times. I was confused and didn't know what was actually in the bag she was filling and removing from. She asked for my credit card because I said I didn't know how much available I had left on it. Now she was at the register with my card and she came back with a bag and products with a receipt she said was in the bag. Another sales man came over and started talking to me with compliments while she was at the register to distract me. I was played I know after the fact. She was charming and kept giving me compliments to throw me off guard and so was the other salesman David his name was. I didn't see the receipt till I got home because it was buried under my products. I attempting to get a refund for the $650.oo gold mask that is what is actually on my receipt. This is outrageous price and I was lied to and manipulated. The product was not sealed from the time of sale either so I don't know if it was used on another person for one of their demonstrations. I did not use it because it was already opened when I got home. I want a full refund. I have not contacted the store yet I wanted leverage before I do that so they don't try to manipulate me again. I also am going to speak to my lawyer about this to see what I can do legally if they do not refund me.
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Forever Flawless - Lotion Review from Haifa, Hefa

I have used the aftershave , and unlike the reviews before , this product is great!
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