My mom and I were at the Grand Canal Shoppe inside one of the hotels in Las Vegas looking around things when we found these two ladies from Adore Cosmetics. They were charming and persuasive. They were offering free samples to every woman passing by and we were among those leads that they chose to scam.
This lady gave me a sample and got me into a conversation. Later, while I was ready to leave, she tried to get my attention by offering a gift bag. She insisted me to visit the shop for the same. So, I agreed, and we got in her store. In few minutes of time, I was given many other samples to try and was taken to another salesperson for trying more of those.
These women whom I met at first were expert in selling their products to the customers. They knew when to add the compliment, when to answer questions and everything that an expert should know. Suddenly, she got me a product with $600 price tag. We denied and she right away dropped the price by less than 45%. There were other deals adore connected with the purchase if I bought the product that day itself.
While my mother was talking to them, I checked my phone for the reviews of the products. When they saw me doing so, one of the salespeople started talking to her colleague in a foreign language and ended up screaming as well. Hence, we thought of leaving when we were stopped by another salesperson.
She asked what I was looking for on the phone. Although it was none of her concern, I still told her that I was looking for the reviews. That lady told me that the company had a lot of competitors who post bad things about them. She also told that the one who was screaming is very sensitive to the negative energy that I was carrying.
After all this, there was no point in believing any word that these ladies said. So, we left without purchasing anything. But, we had the samples that they offered for both of us with different skin type requirements. When I looked at them, they were all same. The price tag of $40 for just mineral oils wasn’t worth at all.
Being curious, I checked for the other samples and all were not even close to the price she asked for. On top of that, their reviews had the same story from all the other customers. Some were even scammed with $4000 products. It was a horrid experience. The way they were talking to themselves and often getting into the heated conversation was a signal that something wasn’t right.
That was the reason I left without purchasing and I am happy I did that. If you see them offering unlimited schemes and offers, do not be flaunted. They are all lies. You can have all those ingredients at home and can create a better version of what they were selling at such a hyped price.