Wednesday, January 06, 2016

Lumosity Conned its Customers

The makers of Lumosity, the bullshit brain-training app, have gotten in trouble for deceptive advertising regarding the benefits of their product. Consequently, they ...

[...] will pay $2 million as the result of a settlement with the FTC over deceptive advertising.

Lumos Labs "deceived consumers with unfounded claims that Lumosity games can help users perform better at work and in school, and reduce or delay cognitive impairment associated with age and other serious health conditions," says an FTC statement released Tuesday.


The FTC also said Lumos Labs misled consumers with its user testimonials, some of which were obtained by promising "significant prizes" such as free iPads and a lifetime subscription to the service.

What?!? It was a scam? Who would have thunk it? Obviously not the customers who thought it would help them remember where they left their Alzheimer's meds.


Lumosity - because if you weren't already cognitively impaired, you wouldn't have been scammed in the first place.

Please take a look below at one of my more cerebral and well reasoned critique posts, in which I expressed my concerns with Lumosity, all the way back in 2012. If you are wondering what the little squiggle pictures are, here is the video that inspired the post.
 

Compulsory Diversity News - because if Western civilization wasn't dying, you wouldn't need Adrean to call out some kikey-looking hipsteress for the lying cunt that she is.

And guess what tribe the CEO of Lumo-Labs belongs to? If you guessed he is a full blooded Apache, you probably got scammed by him. Meet Steve Berkowitz.

8 comments:

  1. Google/Youtube apparently knew this girl was a fraud because it automatically queued up this video right after yours finished playing:

    https://youtu.be/_GkD8GFEj54?t=278

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    1. HA! Good share. She says an actor has to believe in her role. And once she had her paycheck from Lumos Labs, I suspect her belief promptly vanished.

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  2. And about Berkowitz: "Who is a liar but he who denies that Jesus is the Christ?" 1 John 2:22. Only Jews and Christians believe in the Christ (Messiah), so that leaves . . . That's why they hate and attack European Christendom (they equate Europeans = Christians). They know what the Bible (esp. the New Testament) says about them. Jesus says they're not children of Abraham but of Satan. It goes on and on.

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    1. Jews believe in the Christ? Did you mis-type?

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    2. Christ is a direct Greek translation of Messiah. New Testament is written in Greek. Jews just deny that Jesus is him, hence the verse.

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    3. Thank you for the clarification.

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  3. I bet the FTC are a bunch of kikes

    In this case I don't blame the jooz,it's like niggers spending $500 on tennis shoes,no one is forcing them to buy the app

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    1. Holy shit ... a White Whateverist who doesn't blame the Jooz.

      White people need to take responsibility for their own stupid actions and learn from them? You sir, deserve a cookie.

      Still, Berkowitz needs also to learn there are consequences to his kike-craft, doesn't he?

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