Crappy Products are by far the most pervasive complaint we’ve seen in the world of Bright Reviews. Quite simply, these items may look good or fancy in the commercial or on the website, but when they arrive in the mail, the consumer is in for a huge BUMMER. This is usually for a few reasons, which we have outlined below.
Hidden Subscriptions are a dastardly way some underhand marketing companies get you (and keep you) in their clutches. They may do this in a number of ways, including free trial periods and “convenient” automatic re-shipments of products. This can sometimes happen if you aren’t reading the fine print or paying close attention during the checkout process.
Lousy Customer Service is not just an isolated incident with a rogue employee; no, this is a systematic scheme by these unscrupulous businesses, designed to deter you from achieving what you want: your money back… and perhaps an apology!
The Upsell is another sneaky Sin, often accomplished in a number of ways by certain websites before, during, or sometimes after the checkout process.
At first read, of course, you’re thinking, wow, this item I really want is ONLY $10! Whatta bargain! But somewhere on the order page
Pamela Wight: This stuff went to work immediately. My skin was instantly smoother and the crepey, dry skin flakes disappeared and my skin felt and looked softer. It went too fast though!
Sandy Alfred: Even after the first application, my feet felt softer. As I continued use, the calluses I had, started to disappear. Now I don't have to use those rough tools to grind them.
Stephanie: I immediately noticed a difference in the appearance in the skin on my chest.
Linda Halley: About 4 years ago, I had broken my foot and had to wear a steel boot for about 6 weeks. From the rubbing, I developed a horrible calloused condition on my heel. I have tried everything in existence....
Sarah: I already have fairly straight hair, so the brush has very little work to do, and yet it did nothing, piece of crap.