Sunday, 29 November 2015

L'Occitane's Professional Burglary Tactics

CAUTION: L'OCCITANE PRODUCTS CONTAIN PROBLEMATIC, BANNED AND TOXIC INGREDIENTS. IMMEDIATELY STOP USING THESE DEADLY PRODUCTS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, REFER TO MY OTHER POSTS

L’Occitane en Provence is probably pissed off with me for speaking the truth in two of my previously published posts namely, L’OccitaneHas Recently Cut Its Nose Off to Spite Its Own Face and THE SECRET LANGUAGE OFOUR SUCCESS AND L’OCCITANE’S FAILURE therefore, Kamala Kusar dropped in and posted two unsolicited spam links on both these posts. I haven’t clicked on those unsolicited spam links yet and I’d highly recommend that you don’t click on those two links either.


Pic1: Unsolicited spam links posted by Kamala Kusar on this blog.
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Pic2: Unsolicited spam links posted by Kamala Kusar on this blog.
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I would also like to advise you to prohibit yourself from purchasing any L’Occitane product(s) online for once you’ll place your order(s) online on their website, here’s a list of possible scenarios of what might happen with you:


SCENARIO 1

You will be charged with your credit card immediately and then you’ll receive an email three days later from L’Occitane which would state that L’Occitane won’t be able to fill/process your order in accordance with their recently updated ‘Terms and Conditions’.[1]

If you’ll query about the recently updated ‘Terms and Conditions’ for cancellation, the customer service will reply that, “Their policy is not to provide specific information where they are not able to process an order”.

L’Occitane in disguise of ‘Bellamie’ (or maybe some other name will be adopted for your case) will reply to you that they’re shocked that you complained about it in the first place. The company informed you after looting you that they’ve already looted you. Customers are powerless and therefore should ‘move on’ after being looted.

In my case L’Occitane replied to me rudely in disguise of ‘Drop the Agenda’, ‘Angie Von Haden’ and now ‘Kamala Kusar’ taunted me. The only difference in my case is that I’m making L’Occitane en Provence feel absolutely powerless because I’m totally aware of the Consumer Protection Laws laid down by my nation for its citizens and I’m rightfully utilizing my fundamental right to freedom of speech and expression at its fullest. The Supreme Court of India held (in Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India) that freedom of speech and expression has no geographical limitation and it carries with it the right of a citizen to gather information and to exchange thought with others, not only in India but abroad also.

SCENARIO 2

You will be advertised with sale products that are ‘out of stock’ and your order(s) will still be executed but you won’t receive the product(s) you ordered for.[1]

If you’ll complain that you’ve paid for the product(s) and haven’t received it then your emails won’t be responded to and if you’ll call the customer service with questions then the concerned personell will be rude to you.

SCENARIO 3

If you’ll order twice then you’ll experience the same issue (Scenario 1 and Scenario 2) – TWICE![1]

If you’ll complain that the money has been paid twice but the orders haven’t been executed then the explanation to the problem will be refused by the customer service leaving you clueless as to what problem might have occurred from L’Occitane’s side and whether they would ever solve it or not.

SCENARIO 4

In case your order(s) get placed successfully, you’ll receive the product(s) with deficient packaging. Do not be surprised if the bottles are cracked and leaking.[2]

If you’ll complain, the customer service will send forward a generic reply: “sorry to hear that; we’ll notify quality control.” Further, if you’d contact them back to notify that their response was unsatisfactory, L’Occitane won’t reply to you ever.

SCENARIO 5

You’ll place an order because the advertisement would display that you would receive a ‘BONUS GIFT’ or ‘FREE SHIPPING’ on orders above $75.00

You can simply forget about that bonus gift and free shipping.[3] It is a technique to fool innocent customers to buy a BIG Package.

If you will complain then L’Occitane customer service will be at their best in putting the blame on you that you forgot to put the PROMO CODE. If you’ll prove to them that you had put in the promo code, you’ll never hear from L’Occitane again. If you will call them to notify the problem, then L’Occitane employees will tell you, “WE DON’T HAVE THE PRODUCT, THE SUPPLIES ARE OVER.” If you would show that you will escalate the matter to the supervisor then the customer service personnel will rudely hang up on you.

Again, don’t be surprised if L’Occitane in disguise of ‘Blima’ would reply to your online forum complaint containing lies and supporting L’Occitane’s fraud behaviour.

SCENARIO 6

You will place an order because you’ll be offered ‘free shipping’. After your order has been placed, you’ll get a ‘conformation email’ but you won’t receive your products. When you’ll log back in to check your order status, you’ll see that your total amount has increased because you’ve been charged with shipping.[3]

Obviously, you’ll contact L’Occitane and state your condition. They’ll reply that the products were out of stock and that they’ll be shipped the next day. Then you’ll inform them that in the original order you had placed, there were no shipping charges applied but now it has been added without notification and on unduly grounds. They’ll reply that they’ve lost your credit card number and you’ll have to call Customer Service and give it to them again. Finally, your order will be cancelled.

CONCLUSION

I hope that after reading these six scenarios, you wouldn’t want any of them to happen with you hence, do not purchase L’Occitane products online. I’d further recommend that you stop buying L’Occitane products once and for all. There are many other international brands that you can look out for who never cheat on their customers, speak the truth about their products, deliver their promises and most important of them all, respects its customers as the most important part of their business.

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AN IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR MY READERS:

THIS IS TO NOTIFY ALL MY FAITHFUL READERS THAT I'VE SUSPECTED THAT ONE OF MY SYSTEMS IS GETTING MONITORED BY THIRD PARTY USER(S)/HACKER(S). I NEED MORE EVIDENCE(S) IN ORDER TO FILE AN FIR (FIRST INFORMATION REPORT) WITH THE KOLKATA POLICE. ONCE IT IS DONE, THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL BE INFORMED AND NECESSARY ACTIONS WILL BE TAKEN ACCORDINGLY BY THE POLICE CYBER CRIME DEPARTMENT AND I WILL JUST END UP SUING THAT INDIVIDUAL/COMPANY/ORGANIZATION EFFORTLESSLY.

OH GOSH !!! I'M GONNA GET SO RICH !!! BUT THANKFULLY, THE SYSTEM THAT I SUSPECT TO BE HACKED, ISN'T USED FOR SERIOUS PURPOSES EXCEPT FOR POSTING CONTENTS IN BLOGGER, HUBPAGES, WORDPRESS, FACEBOOK, GMAIL AND OTHER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES. IN ANY CASE, HACKING/MONITORING AN INDIVIDUAL'S SYSTEM WITHOUT HIS/HER CONSENT IS AN ACT OF CYBER CRIME.

I WILL KEEP ON POSTING THE DIRTY SIDE OF L'OCCITANE EN PROVENCE BUT CURRENTLY I AM GATHERING INFORMATION REGARDING THE LITIGATION PROCESSES RELATED TO CYBER CRIME AND IT MIGHT TAKE SOME TIME. 

BE PATIENT WITH ME. ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED ABOUT THE FRAUD COMPANY (CALLED L'OCCITANE EN PROVENCE) ARE ON THEIR WAY AND THEY WILL SURELY HELP THE FUTURE INNOCENT CUSTOMERS AND INVESTORS (IF AT ALL THEY WANT THESE TAGS) TO BECOME MORE AWARE OF THE SCAMS OF THIS COMPANY INSIDE OUT. 

I THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN FOR READING MY BLOGS, HUBPAGES AND WORDPRESS AND SPREADING MY WORDS. 

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