About 3 months ago I saw an article on The Australian about a reporter that tried Hydroxatone and saw a visible reduction in wrinkles in a matter of 2 weeks. Since I have previous experience in marketing, I am wary of deceptive ads and products that promise quick "cures."
As I read through the articles I became convinced that Hydroxatone was a truly amazing product, and I believed the story I read. So I decided to look up some info on Hydroxatone before making a purchase.
THANK GOD I DID!!
Page after page of complaints came up. Apparently the "news article" that I read was an advertisement, a TOTALLY FALSE advertisement. The "report" was total ***. There was no reporter. There were no real results. It's a total hoax.
I took it upon myself to do a little research on the company behind Hydroxatone.
PO Box 9300
Jersey City, NJ 07303
A P.O. Box?
A little more digging turned up www.AtlanticCoastMedia.com.
DO NOT do business with these guys. They are using fake news articles with totally bogus info to sell their products.
After connecting with a lot of pissed consumers, I can honestly call myself lucky to have done my research before buying into this scam.
Here are some of the exposes I found on Atlatic Coast Media:
Monetary Loss: $140.