About Randy Smith
Randy Smith is the producer of the widely-watched local television show “Beyond The Headlines” and the web content manager of Eyewitness News. He joined Eyewitness News as a sportscaster in 2018, a role he still performs, and has previously covered a slew of international sporting events, including the 2015 Pan American Games, the Nike EYBL Showcase, several IAAF World Relays, the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, the Commonwealth Youth Games, the Bahamas Bowl and multiple CARIFTA Swimming and Track & Field Championships. Randy has been recognized by the Bahamas Press Club with awards for “Best Sports Broadcast” as a sportscaster and “Best TV Talk Show” as a producer.
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Beware of certain cosmetic companies. They also operate in the US .
Tourism should help by reporting to other agencies as they violate immigration and business licence requirements.
yes you are right on point!!! Too bad Bahamian Businesses are being targeted!
Expose them. You expose others for less
I personally could not because I was not defrauded.
I was strongly encouraged to enter one of these establishments. The foreign sales person was probably more persistent than a hairbraider. But the perfumes and face creams were close to one thousand dollars each, and when I need moisturizer, I buy vaseline. I ran out of there.
I looked the company up and there are serious problem with similar contents in the US, that the customers are not aware of the charges to their credit card.
However, it is there for all to see that the foreigners are on Bay Street hawking and I wonder why the immigration officers do not stop them.