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March 24, 2014

Muscling In On Your Wallet

Filed under: Health,Internet,Retail — Edgar (aka MrConsumer) @ 6:15 am


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  1. It’s funny how nowhere along the large images and big font advertising how great your muscles can look after taking the product does it mention the actual cost of the product. One would think the price would have fit somewhere in there. I would hope that by now people know that if the cost is hidden then you likely don’t want to pay it.

    If these kinds of products actually worked then people would be telling the world how easy it is to gain muscle and look great. These products don’t work, though. Gaining that kind of muscle is difficult, and people who do manage to do it spend A LOT of time dedicated to it. Those miracle products are hocked by people who have a full time job working in a gym. Not people working an average 8 hour a day job.

    Comment by Wayne R — March 24, 2014 @ 7:45 am
  2. Well, all the youtube videos were uploaded within the last month. There is no BBB report on a company by that name. All the youtube video links use a redirect. If you look at the products being represented (err reviewed) they all seem to be infomercial products.

    My expectation, it’s a marketing ploy. A poor (and I believe deceptive) marketing ploy.

    The one thing the military taught me that stuck – Trust but Verify seems to be the lesson here.

    Comment by Tim — March 24, 2014 @ 6:18 pm
  3. I think PRnewswire will publish anything you send them if you pay them.

    Comment by Matt — March 25, 2014 @ 4:12 pm
  4. Good work on behalf of readers.

    Comment by Sally — March 25, 2014 @ 5:08 pm

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