Is Trybellaplex.com a Scam?

If you’re going to sign up with Trybellaplex.com via the consumerlifestylemag.com link consider reading their terms and conditions first which currently can be found by scrlling to the bottom of their webpage or by visiting  http://www.trybellaplex.com/pops/pop_terms_dterms.html?flid=ca. It’s important to know that Trybellaplex.com is offering customers a trial so if you’re going to sign up for it make sure you read what their trial is all about below are brief details of their trial.

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I will be sent 2 jars of Bellaplex and pay only the reduced shipping and processing fee of $1.99 today. I understand that during my 30 day trial period I can just call customer service at (800) 515-1070 to receive a return number and return the jars within two weeks and I will not be charged. At the end of the 30 day trial, I need to do nothing and I will be enrolled in the auto-ship program and will receive a 60 day supply every 2 months until I tell you to stop. By clicking “Rush My Trial” I authorize that for my trial shipment and each future shipment my card will be billed $69.95 30 and 60 days after receipt, plus $6.95 shipping and processing upon shipment.

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I wouldn’t call Trybellaplex.com a scam but I won’t be recommending them to people. That being said as long as you’re aware of how their trial works I guess it’s fair to say sign up with them if you want too!

If you prefer an alternative consider visiting the The Kollagen Intensiv website