Re: antenna boosters - do they work?
- From: Isaiah Beard <sacredpoet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 18 May 2006 17:55:00 -0400
kevin weaver wrote:
You know, I have to give the guy who made these things credit. Rip off credit that Is.
Can you imagine how much money he made till people caught on to the scam ?
The word is out on these things. Hell, I ordered a ant for a friends phone that broke and the shipper sent me two of them for free. Quess he can't even give them away now. Mine went into the trash unopened.
While it's true that EDUCATED folks are aware of this scam, there's still enough people out there who beleive this works to keep them viable. Some Best Buy stores, as well as Wal-Marts, still carry them. And I would imagine that enough people still spend $20 on these penny stickers to make them worth the shelf space.
It's like spam. All it takes is a few idiots willing to waste their money, and it's profitable enough to the scammer to be a headache to everyone.
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