Beware of Scammers

Because of the growing popularity of Atomy products, there are now scammers trying to cheat consumers to purchase Atomy products from other than the official Atomy online Shopping Malls.

Here is an example:


This eBay posting sold 2 tubes of Atomy toothpaste for $29.99 to 36 people!
What the buyers didn’t realize was that they could have bought a pack of 5 large tubes directly from Atomy for $25 or get them for as low as $3.50 in bulk.
While those purchases validated the excellent quality of the Atomy Propolis Toothpaste, unsuspecting consumers should be made aware of such online sThe reselling of Atomy products online by members is strictly against the Member Agreement which states: “Promote and sell Atomy products to ultimate consumers and not to sell or display those products in retail sales or service establishments. Maintain the highest standards of integrity, honesty, and responsibility in dealing with the Company, consumers and other members”.
Moreover, Atomy products can be ordered just as easily from any of the official Atomy online Shopping Malls.

The answer from Atomy on these online re-sellers were that they are a mix of opportunists and scammers. Some may even be selling old stock and expired products. There were also cases discovered in Korea of the refilling of empty Atomy containers with other skincare contents etc.

More consumers are also replacing their beauty products with Atomy’s high quality and low cost alternatives.

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