L'core Paris — Scam artists with failed product and costumer services
I am writing a short summary of my experience with L'core Paris to hopefully prevent others from making the same expensive mistake I did.
I was spending a fun day shopping at the Miracle Mile shops in Las Vegas on Aug 22nd, 2014.
I was just about to leave to a lovely dinner with my family, when I was offered a beauty sample by a lady standing outside the door of L'core Paris.
As I reached for the sample, she got very close to me and asked me to please step over the door threshold so she wouldn't get in trouble. Of course, we didn't want her to get in trouble so we crossed the threshold and I immediately whisked into a chair by a very smooth and flattering guy named Michael.
-These product are a complete failure
-These products were not refundable.
I was not told this and I did not see it when I signed the receipt.
- After arguing with them, they started talking to each other in another language which I thought was very rude and unprofessional.
- They using name changes to keep ahead of the complaints
In summary, I believe this company is one to stay away from. If their products are so great, why do they use such deceptive and pushy means to sell them? Don't fall for their charming sales people and their disreputable sales methods.
I have disputed the charges with my credit card company. They say I have a good case. I encourage others to do likewise.