JULLEN Renewal Scam

The JULLEN Renewal scam is on a website pretending to be the NBC News site and using the headline, “Singer Alicia Keys discovered the Fountain of Youth! Sworn Off Makeup! She QUITS Wearing Makeup… Even On The Red Carpet!” Alicia Keys does NOT produce, sell, or endorse this product so please don’t buy it based on this FAKE celebrity endorsements!

Alicia Keys fans know that the celebrity is frequently seen without makeup. Unfortunately, these scammers saw that as an opportunity to claim that her beautiful complexion is the result of their crappy product.

FABRIQUOTES! (completely fabricated quotes attributed to celebrities who never uttered them)

This scam page is littered with fabriquotes from some big names. Check these out – and remember, they are completely make up by the scammers and NONE of these celebrities use or endorse this product.

“JULLEN Renewal has been a real driving force in helping me quit makeup. Using the JULLEN Renewal really helped me gain the confidence in my skin that I needed in order to show it off, completely bare, to the world.”Alicia Keys

The “Free Offer” That’s Anything But Free

All over the site the scammer is encouraging you to send for their “Free Trial” bottle claiming, “JULLEN Renewal is generously giving our readers introductory samples of the JULLEN Renewal for FREE and the only cost to you is the discounted shipping rate of $4.95.”

Buried in the companies “Terms” waaaay at the bottom of the order page, you’ll find the following:

By clicking “Order Now”, I agree to the terms and conditions. I will be charged $4.95 for shipping and handling and receive a trial bottle of Jullen Skin Care. The trial bottle is mine to keep. If I do not cancel within 10 days + 4 days shipping, I will be billed $89.75 for the bottle received and enrolled in the membership program, charged $89.75 (Free Shipping to Auto-Ship Members) every thirty days from the first charge of $89.75 and sent a fresh supply.

Your order will be processed and shipped within 2 business days via first class mail. Your package will arrive in 3 to 4 business days.

YEP, YOU READ THAT RIGHT, but just in case you can’t believe it, here’s what you’re agreeing to as soon as you click the “Order Now” button for your “freebie.”

Unless you cancel (which most people don’t because they aren’t aware they have been enrolled in an auto-charge auto-ship program), you will be charged as follows:

  • Day 1: $4.95 when you send for your trial bottle (they say it’s to cover shipping, but it’s ultimately to get your credit card on file for the following…
  • Day 14: $89.75 for the “free” bottle you received
  • Day 30: another $89.75 so they can send you another bottle
  • Day 60, 90, 120, 150… $89.75 EVERY 30 days until you cancel.

So, in 30 days you’ll be charged $184.45!

Please don’t spend your money on this worthless product. Do you really want to trust your skin to someone who has to lie to promote it?


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