I was offered a free sample of AuraVie products on Getitfree.com or gofreebies.com… supposedly a $100 value and all i had to do was pay shipping and handling (less than $5). I assumed the samples would be those little evelope type samples that last a day or 2. I was suprised to find 3 bottles that will last quite a while (enough to make sure I’ll like the product). I was very impressed and decided I’d support the company if the samples ended up working well for me. Today I get a fraud alert from my bank that Facekit tried to charge $97.88 to my debit card which was declined. Thank goodness! I’m not even going to call the cosmetic company. They will NOT be getting any of my business. Ever. .
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