Raiza Creme Complaint - Raiza Creme

Review by Maystar on 2007-03-12
Raiza Creme / Raiza Cream makes fraudulent claims about the ingredients that it contains (it actually states a DIFFERENT list of ingredients on its bottle than what its website and distributors' websites claim!). The company posts before and after photos of miraculous removals of deep wrinkles, age spots, etc. This is all a scam. The company voraciously tries to recruit distributors - buyer beware!
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2007-07-30
Posted by grandma005 on 2007-03-12:
Only surgical face lifts can remove wrinkles. Buyer be were. Common sense tells you that no cream can remove wrinkles. You earned your wrinkles, wear them proud.
Posted by Anonymous on 2007-03-12:
Yes, I recommend (COMMON SENSE!) it is a good product and it is FREE!
Posted by anymouse on 2007-07-30:
No sweat.... Raiza Creme will soon be as dead as the scammer that started this con-game. "Dr. Jon J. Brooks" - AKA: Stewart E. Fason, convicted federal felon, died 8th July last in SLC, UT.

Beware his latest scam that still lives.... Karl's Formula. Although Fason is gone, the residuals of his scams are not.

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