Forever Flawless's reply to:
Forever Flawless - Scam where thieves prey on misconception that somehow I am not allowed to have wrinkles
I had a bad experience at the mall of Georgia's Forever Flawless store. The Israeli salesman was very pushy and aggressive. Having worked in marketing for over 20 years I immediately picked up on the Classic snake oil salesmen techniques, : salemen's spiel includes: I have authority to give special discounts to special clients, etc. The tube costs 400 dollars but you can have it for 120. etc. etc.
When I made it clear I was not buying the product today, without doing my own due diligence on it. The salesmen got rude and pushy about me needing his product. At this point I was annoyed and told him firmly he and his company had NO right to tell me there was something wrong with me for having wrinkles. I am 53 I have had children, I have worked and lived for 53 years. I am ALLOWED to have these wrinkles around my eyes and who is this company to try to tell me I am such a mess that I should be desperate enough to pay 400 for a tube of their product. These wrinkles are signs of passage NOT some welcome sign for someone to try to take advantage of me. SHAME SHAME SHAME on this company and all the people involved with it.
I walked out certain this company had no virtue.
And it all smelled scamish to me.
Sure enough came home to find many many scam complaints on the internet.
I will certainly try to warn as many people as I can, hope other readers will do same.
Am thinking of standing in front of Forever Flawless for a few minutes, before I leave town (was here on business) even if I save just one or two people from this scam, it is a start.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.
Preferred solution: WARN WARN WARN people. BUYERS BEWARE.
I didn't like: Ff is a scam.