Have You Heard Of The “No No Hair Removal Scam”?

by ac9ev4n6 on December 13, 2010

Have You Heard About The No No Hair Removal Scam?

no no hair removal scamLike me, I expect you’ve stumbled across claims by people who reported on the No No Hair Removal Scam. However, there are just as many people who say the No No is a great product which gives you long term hair removal. Consequently, I decided to put my investigative skills to use and started researching what this No No Hair Removal Scam is really all about.

* * * ATTENTION! * * *

This is important information which you should not skip or ignore. What I am about to explain will help you avoid being scammed, sold a fake No No Hair Removal device or (the biggest problem of all) accidently buy the WRONG No No Kit. If you want to avoid becoming another victim, please read ALL the information below carefully…

Is No No Hair Removal A Scam Or Not?

No No Hair Removal ScamFirstly, if you want to confirm if No No Hair Removal is a tangible product or not, I can reassure you right now. No No Hair Removal is a genuine product designed and manufactured exclusively by Radiancy. It is a hair remover which is safer than shaving, waxing, and laser hair treatment. It utilizes Thermicon technology, wherein heat instead of a combination of both light and heat is used to burn unwanted hair follicles. Heat does not damage skin compared to laser so the results look natural and leaves your skin with a smooth and soft feel.

When you order your very own No No Hair Removal kit, you should receive the device itself which comes in black or pink, a buffer pack, a pack of hot blades, and other additional items of your choice, depending on what you have decided to add to your order.

What is the No No Hair Removal Scam?

The origins of the No No Hair Removal Scam stemmed from reports by people who purchased their device from false merchant sites. The internet is home to legit companies as well as illegal websites looking to make a quick buck from unsuspecting buyers. Google has no way of filtering fake websites from legit buyers so it’s up to you, as the buyer, to discern whether a website’s offer seems to good to be true or too unfair.

One way to stop these fake websites is by educating yourself and and staying alert. While the internet is incapable of pinpointing which website is real or which isn’t, you can keep these fake websites from stealing YOUR hard-earned money so long as you follow some basic rules.

Sadly, just like Coach handbags, UGG boots, and techie devices, No No Hair Removal is just as vulnerable to people making fake copies and knock off devices. These can be very dangerous and the only way to protect yourself from these scams is to buy from a LEGIT SELLER.

The safest and most obvious place to buy No No Hair Removal to guarantee you won’t be sold a knock off or fake product, is of course the official No No Website. Better yet, as part of No No’s Spring Season Campaign, at the moment you can try No No Hair Removal RISK FREE for 60 days to see if the device is all that it’s cracked up to be. This is a great opportunity and takes all the financial risk out of your purchase. However, this is a limited time offer and will expire on Friday, 18 April 2014 so don’t delay…

Why Not Give Yourself A Treat & Look Your BEST This April…

Click here to TRY the No No Hair Removal for 60-days, RISK FREE!

This Spring Free Trial Offer Ends on Friday, 18 April 2014 11.59 pm PST

No No Hair Removal Scam

Make Sure You Try The NEW No No 8800 MODEL

This is the second most important point and the PRIMARY REASON why some people are saying No No Hair Removal is a scam or doesn’t work. In the past 18 months, there have been 2x No No devices released:

The No No Classic and the No No 8800.

Now since the No No Classic was the first device brought to market, it naturally had some teething problems just any new product does. Remember all the early problems with Apple’s Iphone? Now look where it is today. The same is true of No No Hair Removal. The No No 8800 model which was released last year was a massive improvement on the earlier model and is also the product which won PRODUCT OF THE YEAR at the prestigious Product Of The Year USA ® Annual Awards. It is all the No No model which I recommend and you can find full details of my experiences using the No No 8800 to quickly remove hair on my legs, arms, underarms, bikini line and face in my No No Hair Removal review.

No No Classic Is NOT The NO NO Hair Removal Kit You Should Buy. Choose No No 8800 Series

NO NO Classic Don't BuyNo No Hair Removal ScamUnfortunately, many of the original complaints about the No No Classic are still out there on the internet but most of the time, the person who has made the comment has forgotten to mention that is is the Classic model which disappointed them! This is confusing a lot of people and I wish google would clear up their search results.

If you want more information on the differences between the Classic and 8800 models, this blog post has some excellent information.

The good news is that you don’t have to fail into that trap of trying the wrong No No model or getting cold feet about testing the No No 8800 because you read somewhere that “No No Hair Removal” doesn’t work (see how confusing it is when I forget mention which model I am talking about!). Simply, order No No Hair Removal through the official No No Site and they will send you the updated No No 8800 series model to try.

Some Final Thought On Avoiding The No No Hair Removal Scam…

The original price of the NO NO 8800 is at the time of writing $269.85 excluding shipping and handling. If you are charged anything higher than that without shipping and handling costs, you should be a little cautious. Likewise, if you are being sold a product priced lower than the base price of $269.85, be careful! Finally, when you process your payment (that is, if you plan to order the product after or without testing the product first with the 60 Day Free Trial), make sure you are given access to a secure payment processor. Use a trusted bank or payment gateway (like Mastercard, Visa, American Express Paypal, Google Checkout, etc.) to make sure your money goes to the right company and not to a scammer working in the background. The No No official site offers all of this so this should give you peace of mind.

Most importantly, at the moment No No Hair Removal can be tried for 60-days for only shipping & handling costs. If you stumble into any website that doesn’t offer you this amazing trial opportunity, leave immediately! You can get access to the Official Free Trial Offer by clicking on the orange link below. If you want more information and how the No No works and whether it will work for you, check out my No No Hair Removal review.

Click here to TRY the No No Hair Removal for 60-days, RISK FREE!

This Spring Season Free Trial Offer Ends on Friday, 18 April 2014 11.59 pm PST

Be very careful when it comes to dealing with No No Hair Removal Scam or Fake Sites!

So in conclusion, let me remind you to be very vigilant when choosing where you get your No No Hair Remover device from. If you want to avoid becoming a “No No Hair Removal scam” victim, make sure you have read and understood everything I have written and you will be absolutely fine. Yes, there are scammers out there who are doing their best to swindle innocent buyers with fake NoNo devices and high prices plus google isn’t helping with its outdated search engine results on the No No Classic. However, if you follow the tips I have laid out then you won’t have any problems :)

Post #156:“Have You Heard About The “No No Hair Removal Scam?”

Previous post:

Next post:

Real Time Analytics