SKIN CARE SCAM
Few things boil my blood more than scams. Scammers are nothing more than people who prey on the trust and good will of hard working, contributing members of society, all for an easy buck rather than get a real job.
With the easy availability of the internet, scammers pop up everywhere, which means we much be on our guard more than ever. It is so important for people to avoid non-credible websites, heed red flags, and do their research. When in doubt, always revert to an official website.
Unfortunately, not even a pioneer against domestic abuse, Robin McGraw is immune to the remorseless scammers of our time. Now, her business, reputation, and very way of life is on the line. It has recently come to her attention that her skin care line, Revolation, has been ripped off.
There is a some one (or several some ones) selling their cheap, off-brand products under the guise of a free offer from McGraw’s Revolution. Several “articles” online portray the offer as a once in a lifetime advantage with an untrue McGraw scandal sprinkled on top.
Do not believe these articles!
Once you give these people your credit card information, they will charge hundreds of dollars for… Let’s face it, nothing.
I developed a motto after several years of experience in situations like this: If something sounds too good to be true, it is. Do not oblige.
Under no circumstances would I ever give my personal or credit card information to non-reputable websites, especially if it is a “free offer”. Neither should you.
If you have managed to fall victim to this despicable scam, there is a page on Dr. Phil’s website to make a report. Click here.
Dr. Phil and Robin are eager for any information to help them track down these criminals. They have my prayers through the process.
Remember: There is only one place to find Robin’s products: http://www.robinmcgrawrevelation.com/