In the US, BeautyNet is a service that monitors products for safety.
However, a new report by the UK’s Consumer Reports has revealed that BeautyNet is a scam.
The company’s website is full of promises about products being the safest way to wear makeup, but it turns out BeautyNet doesn’t actually have the data to back up those claims.
When you go to BeautyNet, you are taken to a screen that tells you what kind of makeup is on the shelves, and BeautyNet does not have any information about how many different products are available.
Instead, Beauty Net says the average product is only available in stores, and the company does not track the safety of products.
A Consumer Reports spokesperson told Business Insider that the company has not been contacted by the publication.
BeautyNet says it is trying to rectify the situation, and is working with Consumer Reports to address the issues.
“We are currently investigating our system and we will update you once we have made progress,” the spokesperson said in a statement.
The Consumer Reports report was based on an online survey of nearly 400 people who had used BeautyNet.
According to the report, Beautynet is offering a $50 rebate for customers who purchased a single-use product, which the website says includes a $10 credit to cover the cost of return shipping.
But if you want to use the service at home, the $50 discount is only $30.
While BeautyNet promises to provide a refund, you’ll need to go to their website and provide your full address and contact information.
If you have concerns about a BeautyNet product, the company says you can contact BeautyNet customer service for a refund.
Beauty Net also has a free one-time trial for customers, but the free trial lasts for three months, and there is no guarantee of success.
The company has also created a new terms of service that states that the “purchase, use, and delivery of any BeautyNet products does not constitute a purchase of any other BeautyNet or BeautyNet-branded products or services.”
The company is also offering a one-time refund of $50.
But this doesn’t necessarily mean that you can use the product in the first place.
A spokesperson told Consumer Reports that the refunds are a one-off, and that the refund is not refundable.
The FTC and Consumer Reports are investigating BeautyNet for potential violations of consumer protection laws.
The Consumer reports report also found that Beauty Net doesn’t offer a refund for the cost to return the product.
In addition, the website is filled with misleading claims, such as the promise that you will receive a new BeautyNet BeautyBlend every time you shop at BeautyNet stores.
“When BeautyNet makes a promise to deliver a product at the time of purchase, it means that you are buying a product that is not delivered, but BeautyNet will continue to deliver BeautyBlends, and will also send you an email if you do not have the BeautyBlender in your possession at the point of purchase,” the website reads.
Despite the warnings, BeautyNET has remained popular, and it has earned more than $600 million in sales since its launch in September.