Miranda (mandydax) wrote,
Miranda
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Dammit, credit card company!

On one of my credit card bills the envelope has an offer to get a healing magnetic bracelet for only $19.95! -_-;; I wondered how they could get away claiming that it promotes healing, but then I looked more closely. They never claim anything except what the thing is made of. The statement about its healing effects was in the passive voice. "It is said that" [insert woo therapy claim here]. "Who says that? " "Certainly not us, but y'know people..." e_e The thing is pretty, but I wouldn't buy it because of the woo mongering. Stupid credit card. Now I have to pay it and cancel it on principle. Harumph.
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