ALERT: Paradosiaka Greek Soap Sample is Fake!
- Before you head over to request a free sample of Padrosiaka Greek Soap, be sure to read our findings.
- They also have more fake freebies. For example, Paradosiaka Herbal Greek Olive Oil Sample is a Fake!
Try free sample of Paradosiaka olive oil soap with Aloe, Honey or Lavender (soap bars 25 gr).
* Limit of one request per household.
We currently only send samples in United States, Canada, Australia and Europe.
Fill out the form and select soap sample to get your free Paradosiaka olive oil soap.
As with all fakes, the URL link to fake freebie has been broken for your protection https:// greek-olive.com/ free-sample-greek-soap/
Findings (What makes it fake?)
- Google ads all over page & website, which is a sure sign of a fake. Why? Because, they get paid when you visit their site and that’s the only reason it’s there. It’s not even a real business. No samples will be sent. In other words, they’re tricking you into making them money on ads.
- This “free sample offer” has been around since 2017, and nothing has ever been received from them.
- No product info
- No store; nowhere to buy product
- No company info
This is not a legit offer; it is spam. STEER CLEAR! To stay safe we highly recommend that you read our Big List of Fakes and learn how to protect yourself on every single freebie you sign up for.
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