Tryalore.com Legit or Scam? – Tryalore.com Review
Tryalore.com is the trial website for Alore if you’re interested in trying it personally I would avoid the trial and the re-billing. If you haven’t done so make sure that you read the Tryalore.com terms and conditions before signing up their terms and conditions can be found by going to the bottom of the Tryalore.com website and clicking “terms” the portion you want to pay closest attention is the section that reads the following:
Tryalore.com Terms and conditions
Upon ordering, you agree to pay $5.97 shipping and handling for the trial bottle as well as agree to enrollment in the auto-ship program. If you are enjoying the product do nothing and in 14 days from the date of trial purchase you will be charged the low rate of $94.28 for the trial bottle you have received. Approximately 45 days from your initial trial order and every 30 days thereafter you will be sent another fresh 1 month supply of Alorè Anti-Aging Serum (1 bottle) and your credit card on file will be billed just $94.28 per bottle with free shipping and handling. You will receive (1) full size trial bottle. Bottle & labeling styles vary based on availability however you will always receive the same great Alore formulation (1.7 FL OZ/50ML).
No I wouldn’t call Alore or the Tryalore.com website a scam but what I would say is avoid the trial offer this review is not about the Alore product because what I’ve found is different people will have different reviews of each product so what might be legit to you might be a scam to another person. On another not the product most often used when it comes anti wrinkle cream is Kollagen Intensiv. It should be know by the readers that Kollagen Intensiv isn’t some fly by night operation they’ve been in this business for many years and they’re often the first choice for people looking for anti wrinkle cream.