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Do you like to buy products off infomercials?

  1. iTommyGuns profile image83
    iTommyGunsposted 5 years ago

    Do you like to buy products off infomercials?

    Infomercials seem to run all night long. I just purchased a pair of Tommie Copper gloves off the tv to aid in sleeping a bit. It made me wonder if many people buy things off infomercials. I have not  besides these in many years due to getting mostly junk.

  2. peeples profile image96
    peeplesposted 5 years ago

    I love to, but I do not often. I got some great knives once. I also got a great blender once. I could watch those paid programs all day!

    1. iTommyGuns profile image83
      iTommyGunsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Now if you could only get paid to watch wink

  3. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 5 years ago

    No, I really don't because it seems whatever I buy is never quite the quality it should be--add to that if you call the number you end up having to listen to countless ads and attempts to get you to buy more stuff.

    The last thing I bought was something that is supposed to boost sagging furniture. Because I didn't want to call, I went on the internet to order it.  Holy Cow it took forever wading through the ads, got stuck in one screen that offered me another 2 sets for a low price. This was AFTER they had my debit card info.  I was afraid to quit with them having my card number.  So the $14.99 items ended up costing me over $35 just for the postage and handling. Total order was over $75 and I got a few plastic things in the mail.  Yeah--not a good purchase.

    Just tattoo "dope" on my forehead.

    1. iTommyGuns profile image83
      iTommyGunsposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Magic jack has a website just like that.it is like the upgrades and offers never end!

  4. hazelwood4 profile image78
    hazelwood4posted 5 years ago

    This is a good question.smile  My wife has bought many as seen on TV products.  Some  are worth the money, and many of the items end up at the local thrift store here in town.  One of the worst items she ever bought was the Konoki pad.  The pad was supposed to draw the toxins out of your body through the bottom of your feet!  Boy, what a joke!  HE HE

 
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