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HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

1

PRODUCT APPLICATION

Click the APPLY NOW button to participate in the program

2

APPLICATION ANNOUCEMENT

Announcement of successful application list, eligible applicant need to respond on time

3

PRODUCT RECEIVE

FREE trial product will be sent to successful applicants doorstep for testing

4

REPORT SUBMISSION

Successful applicants must submit the review report within the prescribed deadline

NAIPO Shoulder Massager
QTY: 50
PRICE: $59.99
398
APPLICANTS
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NAIPO Shoulder Massager
QTY: 50
PRICE: $59.99
398
APPLICANTS
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FAQ:

Why do we have NAIPO Free Trial program?

At NAIPO, we are committed to develop the massagers from the perspective of the consumers and improving our products constantly. The program is for our released products. We will provide limited free trial products to the applicants in exchange for the unbiased reviews about the product quality, workmanship, functions and massage effects. The applicants should love testing the massagers and it would be appreciated if the reviews can be shared publicly.

Who is eligible to apply?

Location

Applicants must resident in United States.

How will I be notified of the apply result?

We will contact the final Free Trial eligible applicants by email.

What are the program responsibilities?

Success applicants are expected to test the new product and give us unbiased review report based on the quality, workmanship, functions and massage effects including the suggestions about the improvement. The review report should be submit promptly, or it would affect your future applications on new products.

How to submit the Review Report?

After receive the product, please try it and submit the Review report to naipocare.com.

I am a new, how do I get started?

> Log in your naipocare.com account.

> Click the FREE Trial at under Community.

> Select the product that you would like to apply.

> Fill in the application form and submit.

NAIPO reserves the rights to judge and determine an applicant's acceptance as the Free Trial Program.