|By Yakov Fain||
|January 26, 2013 08:27 AM EST||
Last Summer I wrote about a weird 96% Off deal. This morning I got an email with even stranger proposition. The want to suck my extra fat off for 5% of the cost of this pleasant procedure. Actually, it’s up to 95% off. For a lousy $99 they promise me this:
I’m not going to lie to you. I like tis photo. I really do. And the panties look nice and inviting.
“20- to 40-minute noninvasive treatments employ ultrasonic waves to reduce fat in areas such as the abdomen, thighs, and upper arms.”
Nice. But why 95% off? Do they assume that after attending this establishment I’ll fall in love with these ultrasonic waves and will create a new ritual of attending this liposuction place on a monthly basis for $1.5 grand a pop? Does it means that liposuction procedure works for a short time and then you are hooked on waves?
Nay, I’m not buying this deal. I’d rather save these $99 too and will finally start this 200-pushups program, which is 100% free. But let me tell you, I like this photo!