Thursday, April 20, 2006

The BioPro Cell Chip EMF Harmonizer is a scam.

This blog is a public service announcement to expose this scam. Please link to this site to help inform others.

1. the BioPro Technology website at www.bioprotechnology.com, www.bioprotechnology.ca or www.mybiopro.com (for resellers) has a variety of products including a BioPro Cell Chip that claims to "harmonize" EMF (electro-magnetic fields) from devices such as cell phones.

2. The BioPro Cell Chip is a cheap, 5 cent plastic sticker which they charge $30 USD. They describe it a "the flexible resin mylar composite Cell Chip", "powered by BIOPRO’s Proprietary Energy Resonance Technology (ERT TM)"

3. If it was that easy to block EMF, DON'T YOU THINK CELL PHONE COMPANIES WOULD HAVE DONE IT ALREADY.

4. You can only block electromagnetic radiation (radio waves, gamma waves, microwaves etc.) by using a dense material, ie. lead. Think Superman. There is a reason why his X-Ray vision doesn't work on lead.

5. BioPro Technology recommends you use the following number of BioPro chips for various devices below. PLEASE HOW STUPID DO YOU THINK WE ARE?!?!?! Do you really think people believe their coffee maker and electric fan emit harmful electro-magnetic fields??

Cell Phone - One Chip, Cordless Phone - Two Chips
Desktop Computer - Three Chips, Laptop - Three Chips
Handheld Computer - One Chip, Game Station - Three Chips
TV - Two Chips, Refrigerator - Two Chips
Microwave - Four Chips, Hair Dryer - Two Chips
Automobile - Three Chips, Vacuum Cleaner - Two Chips
Coffee Maker - One Chip, Alarm Clock - One Chip
Electric Fan - One Chip

6. They use a standard disclaimer that none of their claims have been proven:

"These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The products and/or technologies listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease."

Since the FTC has already successful sued and fined 2 similar companies in 2003 for scamming previous customers for claiming their "chips" could block cell phone radiation.

http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2003/12/interactcomm.htm


Comments welcome. Of course this site is in no way affiliated with BioPro Technology or MLM Marketing or FemOne or any of the various marketting scam companies run by these guys.
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