TRUFFOIRE La Quinta California Review

I have never been so offended in my life. I went to a local mall around 1 PM and passed the store selling the Truffoire product and was ushered in. The woman performed a demonstration on one eye and there was clearly a noticeable difference. She did the other eye – although not as good as the first. There was a promise that the syringe contained a 2-year supply and that each treatment would last about a week. She gave a hard, used car salesperson approach starting out at selling the product at over $700. After hemming and hawing, she told me that she would sell me the product for “her employee cost”” of $189.00. Get this. After more shopping we got home around 4.30 PM. The product’s effect was already wearing off. So I performed a treatment the next morning in the same manner as was instructed and demonstrated at the retail store that day. It lasted from 07.30 the next morning until just past a client meeting at 10.30. This went on for a week and a half and I was furious. I went back to the store to complain

and I was told I improperly used the product and

oh by the way

the NO REFUND on the receipt was pointed almost immediately. So they sell you a product making claims and promises that never come true and when you want your money back because their product does not accomplish the results as promised

they say ‘oh sorry; we have a NO REFUND policy. Wait until a lawyer hears about this.”

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