Recently, Nectar Skincare was featured on several websites, who promised their readers free samples to all who filled out a marketing questionnaire. We had no involvement in this, and did not place these ads ourselves. This was done without permission from Nectar Skincare, its owner, or any related party. In fact, we were completely unaware that this had even happened until we suddenly started receiving thousands of emails. We have done what we can to remove the ads and posts, and we sincerely apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
Nectar is not a corporation, nor do we have the capability or resources to send samples to all 15,000 requests we received over the last 24 hours. Nectar is a very small, start-up business that was launched only a few months ago, and we are currently focused on building a clientele-base in our local market. The survey was mistakenly distributed. Though we would love to introduce you to our products, we would hate to compromise the growth of our business or the quality of our products by focusing on sampling. Nectar Skincare products are only created in small batches, and by small, we mean 10 or so at a time.
We are sorry that we can't provide samples for all of the requests we received, but we are thrilled so many of you were interested in our products. Many of you have signed up for our newsletter, and we will continue to send free skincare tips, discount codes on Nectar Skincare products, and news about our company. You can unsubscribe by clicking here. We would also like to give you an exclusive promotional code for $10 off of your first order with Nectar Skincare. Just type "LG4BND10" in the discount code area upon checkout.This offer will expire Dec. 31, 2011.
We thank you for your time, but most especially your enthusiasm about Nectar Skincare. Again, we apologize for the confusion. We hope you will stay in touch as our business grows.
Owner, Nectar Skincare