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Claim: The e.l.f. brand of cosmetics has been bought up by a major department store chain and is offering its remaining inventory at
This gist of these messages is that the e.l.f. brand has been bought up by a major department store chain, and so all of e.l.f.'s remaining inventory is being sold off at the incredibly cheap price of
Circulation of these e-mails, which identify either Bloomingdale's or Nordstrom as the putative buyer of e.l.f., have been prevalent enough to prompt both companies to issue denials of it:
Some of our customers have received emails regarding the eyeslipsface.com website. We want you to know that Bloomingdale's and Bloomingdale's by Mail are not affiliated with www.eyeslipface.com or the e.l.f product line, nor with any email regarding the website or product line, and we do not sell e.l.f. products. We are investigating theThe facts are that the e.l.f brand of cosmetics has not been bought up by any other company, nor is their price of
We have learned that some of our customers received
While it was true that using the coupon code CAROLINA on the e.l.f. web site would get you 50% off of orders totaling $15 or less, that has long since expired.
Last updated: 16 February 2012
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