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Lift SP / False advertising, unfair business practices

0 Murray, UT, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 866-897-2464

The sellers of Lift SP & Tripeptinon won't refund you for the first $79.95 charge, because that is their whole scam. They may refund you for subsequent charges, but they're counting on getting $80 from every single person who orders the "Free Trial". Even though they say it's a trial, they make it so there's no way you can cancel before they charge your card for the "trial" product. If you really want to try the product for 14 days, there's not enough time, because they start the timer from the minute you order the trial, and my friends & I noticed that they have changed it from "14 day trial" to "12 day trial".

Here's the real clincher: the Before & After photos of a middle-aged brunette woman were allegedly taken without permission from Anita Wilson of Utah, and she says her results are due to Nuskin products, NOT Lift SP. See her posting

The Lift SP hawkers use a different first name and city for Anita (never her real name). In some cities they call her Carla Wilson, but in other cities they call her something else. If you have a friend in another state, have them look up the same ad where you saw the Free Trial advertised, and the woman will have a different name & hometown. They bought up a ton of websites and made them look like blogs, that are all marketing their product. Look at these 2 sites: www.carlaswrinkles.c0m & They have links to the Lift SP Free Trial site called, and the only name we could find attached to that website is Dr. Steven Jepson. So we can't help but wonder if he owns all of those other fake blog sites.

With a quick Internet search we found Steven Jepson & wife Cherri have a business in Murray, Utah called UDMPC and another website My friends and I are reporting Dr. Jepson & Lift SP to the Better Business Bureau of Utah of Utah (or Delaware where DRI is based) and also the State Attorney General, Mark Shurtleff at

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  • Nj
      8th of May, 2009
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    I also became curious after seeing Steven Jepson's name on the Lift SP website and watching his interview footage associated with this product and so I performed an Internet inquiry on him. One can just google his name or go into Zabasearch and the info is all there on Dr. J and wife Cherri, owners of the UDMPC (Utah Dermatologic & Medical Procedures Clinic). They sell this same product (among others), but under a different label via Jepson Skincare. You can buy the same product as Lift SP, but it is called Wrinkle Relaxer "face lift in a bottle" for US $58 for 30 ml (1 ounce), as opposed to US $79.95 (CDN $84.95) for 15 ml (1/2 ounce) of Lift SP at:

    It's really surprising that someone who appears to have a legitimate dermatology practice would go into business with a disreputable operation such as DRI and allow misleading ads to represent their product, as well as imposed memberships and automatic credit card charges. They had to know this was not going to go down well with customers. Do you think they were unaware of exactly how this fulfillment co. operates or did they assume that the "dumb masses" would just take their lumps and go quietly without complaining?

    I'm thinking, why waste one's time with the BBB or Atty Gen. This may be more appropriately reported to the FTC for Internet fraud.

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