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Simplytreatment -U.K.

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by NelliePledge, Jun 28, 2020.

  1. NelliePledge

    NelliePledge Moderator

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    https://www.simplytreatment.co.uk/treatment-process/

    This organisation popped up as a promoted result in a google search I did.

    their 2 or 4 hour process involving a ‘scan’ is claimed to be a treatment for a shopping list of conditions including ME........ which seems plausible - not

    I reckon it’s a good candidate for a referral to Advertising Standards.
     
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    alktipping Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    just a brief look screams con how do people fal for this kind of scam.
     
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    @Russell Fleming is this something for the MEA to take to Advertising Standards to stop them advertising?
     
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    EzzieD Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    Utterly weird - they lump ME/CFS and SAD together as if they're the same thing. https://www.simplytreatment.co.uk/me-cfs/ . They lump them together on the home page too: 'ME/CFS + SAD'. How on earth did they arrive at such a bizarre connection? :confused:
     
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    chrisb Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    Do they provide a free bag to go with the shopping list? I think we should be told.
     
  6. NelliePledge

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    I have emailed MEAssociation in case it’s not on their radar.
     
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    If desperate people will try anything
     
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    Yes full of tripe I reckon
     
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    rvallee Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    Amazing that this blatant fraud uses the exact same language as the other blatant frauds blessed by the popes of medicine. How odd.
    There is no disease. Isn't that wonderful? You can aim for 100% recovery! It's a total cure if you commit yourself to it.

    Quacks are all alike, low and high, with or without a medical license, they quack just the same.
     
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    Heard back from M E Association that they are indeed aware and raising it with authorities.
     

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