Canuck wrote:weg wrote:My local chemist is still selling Eken Power Bands for $69.95. I picked up a brochure but it doesn't make the same sort of claims that got the others into trouble, so it seems it didn't cop it from the ACCC.
So how exactly is it trying to get people to part with their hard-earned $69.95? (how does the brochure pitch it?) That's an awful lot for a little piece of plastic...
Another friggin scam web site wrote:EKEN Power Bands are the latest in sports evolution. Each Power Band is made of high grade silicone and embedded with 4 nFIT holograms. The 4 nFIT holograms result in a higher potency product which the wearer can instantly recognise.
I can't see how this is any different to the claims made by the other mob
Another friggin scam web site wrote:nFIT (nano Frequency Infusion Technology) is our proprietary system for programming the EKEN holograms. This method ensures that each hologram receives a highly concentrated dose of the frequencies required to produce the highest potency and longest lasting product on the market.
Ah, so these have greater placebo effects that last longer - riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight.