Simfort.co is an e-commerce shampoo vendor. Simfort Shampoo and Simfort Conditioner support new hair growth, according to the official website.
About The Vendor
The About Us page does Contact Us page provides the toll-free phone number (888) 819-6957. A Google search connects the phone number to Simfort, Groovy Guys Food Truck, Sandra Cries Art, and BodyBalance.
Shipping for each order is $5. Only unopened products are eligible for refund, according to Simfort Refund Policy.
Simfort Subscription Program
Simfort has a monthly subscription program. Shipments are processed every two months, following the initial shipment. The monthly subscription fee varies, depending on the product. For example, Simfort Carbonic Acid Shampoo is auto-shipped every 2 months for $79.60.
The vendor claims its subscription program can be canceled hassle-free online.
The domain was registered on July 7, 2019.
Simfort is not accredited by or registered with BBB. It is featured in a Reddit post, where one member claims it enhanced her hair loss. Kayuo55 posted 11 months ago, “It seems to have made my hair loss even worse…”
Several Reddit members called Simfort a “scam.”
An Amazon customer review accuses Simfort of refusing returns. Shanna H. claims Simfort Shampoo is nonrefundable.
Another Amazon review claims Simfort was ineffective. Daniel F. warms consumers “don’t waste your money, is expensive and does not do a good job.”
Some of the images on the website are suspicious. For example, the “Stimulate Hair Growth With Natural Ingredients” image is found on Pinterest, WonderChef, TeaReleafskincare, Solace Day Spa, The Dwell Spa, Kimo Espacio, and Eye and Face Clinic.
Manufactured In Japan
According to an Amazon seller, Simfort is manufactured in Japan by the Simfort Company. A Listed Company Search via the Japan Exchange Group did not render results for Simfort Company.
Afterword – Simfort Shampoo Scam
Is Simfort Shampoo a scam? There is not enough evidence to make this determination. Online visibility is limited to Amazon and paid review websites and YouTube reviews. There is no third-party testing to validate the potency or purity of Simfort products.
The website content shows no mention of the manufacturer, which should be important to consumers. The Amazon reviews are a mixture of positive and negative if you believe it. Consumers should not take paid product reviews seriously. Paid reviews can be purchased from BlackHatWorld for a few bucks.
Amazon customers and Reddit members are calling Simfort Shampoo “a scam.” Please share your story!