I got the email below from a "Dr. Hyla Cass". The email asked people to post a message on their Facebook Wall, indicating they received a sample of some cream when they really did not get it yet.
The sample was suppose to come from Visage Dermatologic Laboratories. I do not know if this "Hyla Cass" even exists.
I seen numerous complaints on their Facebook Wall from people asking where the sample was that they were suppose to get the week after they made their post. Visage kept deleting all of the posts and now they closed their Wall down to comments from Facebookers or at least me and some other people who called them out on their bull.
What is the rip-off here? After signing up for their sample I got blasted with tons of advertising from other companies. It is my belief that they are selling the data they got from everyone who filled out the form. Or the email came from one of their affiliates who gets paid for leads. Who knows, because what legit company asks customers to lie and say they got something when they didn't, just to get something before other people? They can take the sample and stick it.
If you look on their Facebook Wall you can see where around April 28th, they changed the post to "I just ordered" instead of "I received." It was around that time that I asked them on their Wall why they were telling people to lie about getting the sample.
Your Visage Instant Lift 90 Second Wrinkle Reducer f.r.e.e sample is on the way, but I only made 5,000 samples and 15,000 responded in the last few days.
Would you kindly do post this simple message on your Facebook account?
Click here to see the short message you can copy and paste.
And if you do, I'll put you at the head of the line and send you out the samples I have NOW rather than waiting 7 - 8 weeks for the next batch to be made up (they use a lot of costly ingredients and the chief scientist is very demanding and won't be rushed, and I don't blame him.)
If you do what I'm asking, I'll RUSH you your sample.
Either way I'll get you your sample, but this way will make it so it will be in your hands next week instead of waiting 7-8 weeks.
--Dr. Hyla Cass