have been using seacret products for over a year now and my skin never looked better thank you!
Review by Orieal3 months ago
While in Budapest I shopped at your store and purchased 2 items that totaled $102. The salespeople worked overtime to keep my husband and I distracted and charged me $627 for the two items and refused to make the transaction correct. I have the UPC codes that show the prices that total to $102. That's wrong on so many levels. I did file a discrepancy with my credit card company but because I handed them my card, I am on the hook for the full amount. What a sham.
Review by Ruggx1 year ago
Yes Seacret salesmen are VERY aggressive, and that of course is not good. That being said, if you are willing too bargain with them for a good price, and maybe pays in cash, the products can be quite nice, however initially quite overpriced. Also if a deal or some kind of gift card offer is too good to be true, it probably is. Remember this when you enter the store. Others before you have got 'special price' or special treatment. Also remember that even natural minerals and oils CAN cause an allergic reaction, so check with your doctor, not the salesperson, before order.
That being said, the facial mask with the magnet is the most effective and less irritating mask I have ever tried.
Review by Sudakini1 year ago
I was purchasing some products this December for my mom as a Christmas gift, my mom absolutely loved it, it was a bit expensive but totally worth it. Thank you for the good customer service and good experience. My mom will definitely come back to get some more products!
Review by Wilkos1 year ago
My 17-year old sisters creditcard were secretly charged multiple times for a single purchase at Seacret.
I have several times approached the staff at the Seacret shop, who refuses to cancel the false creditcard transaction or issue a refund. They insist, that a mistake must have been made by my sisters bank.
According to my sisters bank Nordea, the transactions looks fraudulent. Seacret have tried to charge the same amount not only two but three times. They have tried to charge 60.000 HUF or 192 EUR total, which is a lot of money for a 17-year old. The third attempt was rejected, but my sister was still charged twice for the same products.
Before shopping here make sure to read the many negative reviews on Google Maps, TrustPilot or ConsumerAffairs.
From my sisters experience and other online reviews, it is clear that Seacret uses lies and manipulative selling strategies to trick people into buying their products.
The salesperson told my sister, that because the boss was not around, she could offer her a very special price. According to the salesperson this was a special offer, which she could only give to one customer per month. My sister was given the impression, that she would save a lot of money - about 50% compared to the standard price. She ended up paying 20.000 HUF, which turns out is exactly the standard price (found on the Seacret website).
My sister was also falsely informed, that she could bring the products (which are liquid and more than 100 ml) through the carry-on security in Budapest airport. According to other online reviews, Seacrest have received many other complains about false carry-on advices, but continue to give out wrong information. It seems like these people will say anything to secure a sale.
We are now reporting Seacret in Budapest to the local tourist police for creditcard fraud and unethical marketing techniques.
Stay away from Seacret and double check your creditcard bills!
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