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Don’t Order From www.tryitnow.com - They are a Deceptive Selling IT Cosmetics Website

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Don’t Order From www.tryitnow.com - They are a Deceptive Selling IT Cosmetics Website

I usually don’t fall for infomercial crap. But I’ve been interested in trying "It Cosmetics" for a while. My friend loves their concealer, she gets from QVC for her Rosacea. I also know what their price point is. So when I saw the infomercial, I thought it was a good deal. Normally, I do research when I buy things, and never (ever!!) buy things from an infomercial. Not saying ALL infomercials are scams, but most probably are. Unfortunately, Tryitnow site is no exception.

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If you are going to order It Cosmetics products, don’t get it from tryitnow.com. The full-size kit deal is definitely too good to be true. Suggest ordering product from Ulta, QV or directly from www.itcosmetics.com.

Tryitnow 's Website - www.tryitnow.com

www.tryitnow.com

I got scammed into purchasing, a few weeks back. While I got the products as promised, it was not made completely clear the kit would end up costing $150, they are sneaky and charge installments of $50 each. Then you get shipped a new kit, and have to pay installments on that as well. I got scammed out of money when I went to cancel after my first kit. The website doesn’t make it elicit that you are basically paying $150 per shipment. Also, the 60-Day Money Back Guarantee doesn’t say you’ll get ALL your money back. They only offered me 20% off the kit price, plus would need to pay shipping. Not cool! Don’t get fooled like me, be smart. Worth noting, I was able to talk the customer service rep down on the balance for the kit installment (after some finesse). So at least I didn’t actually pay $150, but still paid more than the $50 the site lists.

Anyway, I’m posting this on as many social media sites as I can, including the FB page for It Cosmetics, hoping to give people fair warning. Remember, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is!

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