Q-Ray Doesn’t Work?!

Q-ray braceletQ-Ray makers ordered to pay $16M in refunds to consumers:

The makers of the Q-Ray Ionized Bracelet have been ordered to turn over $16 million US in profits, to be paid out in refunds to consumers for false advertising, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said Monday.

I have no sympathy for those who purchased it. I think the $16 million should be donated to charity instead of refunds for customers.

5 Replies to “Q-Ray Doesn’t Work?!”

  1. Yeah, but can I get refund for all my tax money (probably hundreds of dollars over my lifetime) that the FTC has conned/stolen from everyday people as operating funds for an agency that does very little to rein in rampant lies in advertising we are all subjected to in mass quantities daily? Or the massive amounts of false advertising my self-righteous government uses daily to lie to me and the rest of the world on a scale never seen before in the history of humankind that I paid for?

    I thought not.

  2. Really, a pseudoscientific scam is the best thing you ever bought? You don’t buy toilet paper? At least toilet paper works as advertised.

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