All internet sites that market Brio and Allegro skincare products are engaged in Fraudlent internet advertising. They offer a free trial for the shipping costs only. No where on their site do they list the cost of their products and then after two weeks they charge you $225.00 for their products that were suppose to be part of a free trial. | Only when you receive your credit card statement do you realize that they have defrauded you with deceptive advertising. The explanation of the free trial costing you the actual price of the product and that you have been enrolled in a subscription service for the product with montly shipments automatically charged to your credit card. | Then when you call to complain you noted that the products have been sent from different states, each with a different vendor name and a different telephone number. When calling the number an answeri8ng machine using a women with a British accent refers you to men with Indian accents using Anglo names such as John Williams, David Parker, John Smith , John Williams etc. It is obviously a call center located in India using stateside addresses. It all amounts to fraudulent operations | As to the products themselves both Brio and Allegra promise to permanantly restore aging skin, however after one month’s use you realize that they are temporary fixes lasting only from the AM application to the PM application. Thus necessitating constant use. It is sad that Dr. Oz prosilitizes these products without investigating the websites that use his endorsement to hawk these products. They are a total ripoff and truely in need of Caveat Emptor.
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