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Stayed at the Flamingo this week and while visiting Fremont St., was given a handout sample as I passed the Adore 'kiosk'. Before I knew it, I had product applied under my eye which was supposed to reduce wrinkles, swelling etc. Fast talking, overly aggressive salesman. The prices were astounding, but as the pitch continued, the prices were reduced, other product thrown in and of course the special discount...My one concern about the product was whether there was fragrance in them - I asked this question twice and was told that there was NO fragrance in the products - only fruit essence etc. The directions given for the application of the eye serum was a lie. When I finally got home and read the instructions, it stipulated the application be twice a day, not once per week. Three of the 4 products in the stuff I purchased was heavily laden with fragrance - which I cannot use. Sales slip states No Refunds. I hope this experience of mine will deter anyone else from being scammed at this outlet. Difficult to rate a product which I cannot use. The salesman deserves a zero.
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RatingRatingRatingRatingRating - posted on 7/24/2014 8:00:48 PM
Stayed at the Venetian and stopped to see if they had cleanser I had forgot mine. I had them show me a couple other products and really enjoyed the eye serum, eye cream, and thermal mask. Best stop ever and the staff was so helpful !!!
lil...
RatingRatingRatingRatingRating - posted on 7/19/2014 9:08:18 PM
Where do I begin? Everything about this company is a scam. I encountered these products at the Grand Canal Shoppes inside the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. Two women were offering samples to people walking by. I took one and was immediately engaged in a conversation. She then offered me a "gift bag," walking back into the store and offering the gift bag to me from there. Of course, I had to enter the store to take the bag and before I knew it, she had given me several more samples and then handed me off to another salesperson for a free trial of their products. The women I encountered were very charming in a used car salesman way - offering tons of compliments, asking questions, playing up the product, etc. Once she dropped the $600 price tag for one set of products, we politely said no thanks and that's when the game began. The price was dropped by 45% and then the salesperson added a free set to the deal if I bought that day. As she continued to talk about the product with my mother, I pulled out my cell phone to read the reviews of this product. When the salesperson saw what I was doing, she stormed off to the front of the store and engaged her colleagues in a heated conversation in a foreign language. We got up and were stopped by another salesperson as we walked out of the store. "What were you looking at on your phone?" she demanded. I replied that I was looking at reviews of the product but hadn't found much (which was true). She asked me more questions about the reviews, stating that the company had a lot of "hackers" if I found anything bad. She also mentioned that her colleague, the one who was offended by my search for reviews, was sensitive to my negative energy, since she was a....get this..."priestess." What a bizarre and unsettling interaction. Needless to say, we left without purchasing anything. I was curious about the samples they had offered us: One sample at the front of the store, one extra gift bag offered for me for my skin type, and one gift bag for my mother in her skin type. I hadn't looked at them in the store, so it wasn't until later that I noticed that the samples they offered me were all the exact same product: hand moisturizer that had nothing to do with anyone's skin type. They were just a ploy to get us into the store. A quick glance at the chemical-filled ingredients list reinforced my suspicions that these products were actually complete garbage (mineral oil in a $40 hand lotion?). Hours later, my mother and I were still scraping off the strange, flaky chunks left on our skin after our "collagen treatment." A quick search for reviews of these products will yield similar stories to mine, with people purchasing up to $4000 worth of products that are unreturnable. Please avoid this company.
ann...
RatingRatingRatingRatingRating - posted on 7/16/2014 7:02:29 PM
At Palazzio in Vegas as weel. Got the hard sell. I did buy products and regret that I spent so much money, but Ive yet to use them all to know how it will go. However, I am stunned to learn that items-even unopened cannt be returned. I was not told this and as others stated, he asked me to wait in chair instead of going to register. Any reputable company will return. Better business bureau should get ivolved but can only do so if people file complaints! So get on with it ladies!! This also reflects poorly on the hotel to have a business that is not transparent and ripping off their guests.
sar...
RatingRatingRatingRatingRating - posted on 6/18/2014 6:37:52 PM
the las vegas adore store is a scam
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ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION
By: Universal Handicraft, Inc. tweet it Tweet Logo Share on Facebook
Organic cosmetics and organic cosmetic preparations

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This is a brand page for the ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION trademark by Universal Handicraft, Inc. in Miami, FL, 33169. Write a review about a product or service associated with this ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION trademark. Or, contact the owner Universal Handicraft, Inc. of the ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION trademark by filing a request to communicate with the Legal Correspondent for licensing, use, and/or questions related to the ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION trademark.
On Monday, October 29, 2012, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION by Universal Handicraft, Inc., Miami, FL 33169. The USPTO has given the ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION trademark serial number of 85765621. The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED. The correspondent listed for ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION is SAMUEL A LEWIS of FELDMAN GALE PA, 1005 Park Centre Blvd 1005 Park Centre B, 2 SOUTH BISCAYNE BLVD MIAMI, FL 33169 . The ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION trademark is filed in the category of Cosmetics and Cleaning Products . The description provided to the USPTO for ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION is Organic cosmetics and organic cosmetic preparations.
Word Mark: ADORE ORGANIC INNOVATION
Status/
Status Date:
REGISTERED
12/24/2013
Serial Number: 85765621
Filing Date: 10/29/2012
Registration Number: 4453496
Registration Date: 12/24/2013
Goods and Services: Organic cosmetics and organic cosmetic preparations
Mark Description: The mark consists of the word "Adore" and below this the words "Organic" and "Innovation".
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Published For Opposition Date: 4/23/2013
Last Applicant/Owner: Universal Handicraft, Inc.
Miami, FL 33169
Mark Drawing Code: Drawing with Words in Stylized form
Design Search: (NO DATA)
Register Type: Principal
Disclaimer: ("ORGANIC")
Correspondent:
FELDMAN GALE PA
1005 Park Centre Blvd 1005 Park Centre B
2 SOUTH BISCAYNE BLVD
MIAMI, FL 33169
Classification Information
International Class Code(s): 003
US Class Code(s): 001, 004, 006, 050, 051, 052
Primary Class: Bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning, polishing, scouring and abrasive preparations; soaps; perfumery, essential oils, cosmetics, hair lotions; dentifrices.
Class(es) Status: Active
First Use Anywhere: 6/28/2012
First Use In Commerce: 6/28/2012
 

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