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Offline MrMobodies

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comosystems.co.uk scam
« on: July 08, 2019, 06:51:28 pm »
https://comosystems.co.uk/collections/best-selling/products/harmony

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Harmony - For Your Living Space
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£167.95 GBP



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Protection against the effects of electromagnetic radiation at home
Benefits of Harmony

✅ Eliminates the negative effects of EMR to our body and health.

✅ Reduce Stress, Headaches and Fatigue caused by Wifi, Bluetooth, Phones and Internet Streaming.

✅ Your children are at greater risk as they absorb 10 times more EMR.

✅ Enjoy the Health Benefit of Peace of Mind, knowing You are protected.

Harmony has been optimized in its design, manufacture and applications to meet customer demands.

Harmony protection against the effects of electromagnetic radiation at home, in the office, school or any other building space within range.  More specifically, Harmony compensates for the potential effects of Wi-Fi, WiMAX, Bluetooth, DECT wired telephones, relay antennas, satellite communications, lower end 5G frequencies, electrical networks from low to very high voltage, geo-biological disturbances, microwave ovens, low consumption light bulbs, Smart meters and similar Smart technology, CPL (Carrying Currents Online), transport (car, plane and train) ..

Attention: the Harmony multifunction protection covers the sources of electromagnetic pollution described above. But they do not replace the need to equip communication devices used in frequent close contact with your body: for example, for your mobile phone and/or laptop/tablet.  We recommend that you equip them with an Easycall (for a mobile phone) or a PCZone for a laptop, desktops or tablet that is in frequent use or will be used outside the protected area.  For those who are exposed to higher levels of EMFs outside the home/office too, eg those who fly frequently, we recommend the Traveller.

2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
Harmony is preferably located at the epicenter of your home, halfway up, for example on a high shelf of a ground floor or low on the first floor of a 2-storey house. The most important areas to ensure are covered are those areas where most time is spent and/or where there is a higher concentration of polluting equipment eg living room, bedrooms, home office etc.

3. PROTECTIVE COVERAGE AREA:
The Harmony has been designed to provide effective compensation for the potential effects of E.M.F within a diameter of 22m which equates to a house of about 100 m² (1076 square feet or less).

Note: the influence of the CMO on its environment is given as an approximate indication, but cannot in any case be a precise measure in every situation which will vary according to wall thickness, placement and building materials.  The figures provided are the limit of effectiveness of the corrective effect which has been calculated by the RAC method (auricular-cardiac reflex).

4. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:
Harmony is a cone with a nice aesthetic violet colour.
Dimensions: Cone with 69 mm diameter, 53 mm height - 165 grams weight
Composition: CMOs are passive magnetic oscillators, operating without energy input: they activate in the presence of artificial electromagnetic fields.
The aluminum shell is made of 100% aluminum.
Chemical composition of the active solutions: microcrystalline saline solution treated electromagnetically.

Optimized for believers of these things.

The products are so good they don't need to take actual pictures they just stick it on others they find or from a cad package.


Harmony:


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https://comosystems.co.uk/collections/best-selling/products/easycall
Easycall - For Your Phone £44.95 GBP

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Harmony XL - for larger living spaces £299.95 GBP
https://comosystems.co.uk/products/harmony-xl

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Scaremongering into buying "novelty" items seems to be a thing now.

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Offline Domagoj T

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2019, 07:15:03 am »
In mass production, that cone thing costs $2 in material, another $1 in labor, another $1 for anodizing and packaging.
Even in low volume (10 pcs), without fancy packaging, I'd feel uncomfortable asking for more than $30.

Not being an asshole is obviously preventing me from raking in the dough.
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2019, 08:40:47 am »
Oh this one is gold. Did a quick background check on these guys because I like digging them up.

1. The company was formed in 2018 and only just filed.
2. It's run by someone who is officially a veterinary surgeon by trade. Thought that was interesting so looked further.
3. I checked his background and he had a disciplinary by the royal college of vetinary surgeons for some woo he was selling regarding a magic healing device and they revoked his license after non compliance from what I can see.
4. Drives an audi with a custom plate with his old profession on it (big sign of a tit, especially in Essex)

The proprieter is an all round sack of shit and has history of doing it persistently. So basically professionally he's now not allowed to practice woo against animals so he's attempted to go after humans instead!

I've purposely left any personal information here. Start with the company's privacy policy, hit companies house for trading name and then google the director's name and follow from there.

Edit: fix numerous typos.

Edit 2: comedy gold he's a total nut bag. Has anti big pharma twitter account, pro homeopathy, news article here smacking the muppet down: https://www.vetsurgeon.org/news/b/veterinary-news/archive/2016/10/24/140133.aspx
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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2019, 09:00:58 am »
He also sells 50g of magic honey for £59.95.
https://health-disk.com/cube/iminohoney.html

It cures cancer and all that stuff.
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2019, 10:15:35 am »
 :palm: this one gets around doesn’t he.

Really needs to be a regulator to squash these idiots. And the high end audio woo.
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #5 on: July 09, 2019, 07:33:48 pm »
:palm: this one gets around doesn’t he.

Really needs to be a regulator to squash these idiots. And the high end audio woo.

and the free energy wackadoos, must squash them too... ;D
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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #6 on: July 09, 2019, 07:52:55 pm »
They’re good at squashing themselves  :-DD

Taking of which what happened to Texon / Viviz?  :-DD
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #7 on: July 09, 2019, 08:23:48 pm »
Time to fill your house with children then - they apparently absorb 10 times more EMR!  ;D

I suppose they could start to affect your wifi coverage though.
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« Reply #8 on: July 09, 2019, 08:34:21 pm »
Yes indeed. It's a net zero gain though as they increase the audio noise floor, decrease your internet connection bandwidth and empty your food out like a horde of locusts :-DD
 
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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #9 on: July 10, 2019, 01:20:05 am »
Yes indeed. It's a net zero gain though as they increase the audio noise floor, decrease your internet connection bandwidth and empty your food out like a horde of locusts :-DD

... and creates a lump in your pocket with their phone badge sticker thing.
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #10 on: July 10, 2019, 07:07:20 am »
Ugh yep "pop sockets" here. Kill me.  :-DD
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #11 on: July 10, 2019, 10:52:39 am »
Just found on that website where he tries to sweeten the guests up with honey nut bars.


https://health-disk.com/cube/bioresonance/taste-enhancer.html

Taste Enhancer



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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #12 on: July 10, 2019, 10:55:09 am »
Bloody hell that's terrible. He's a proper quack.

I've got his home address.

I'm tempted to sent him some special bio cream to test: https://www.sendshit.co.uk/
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #13 on: July 10, 2019, 12:27:14 pm »
Nice cone though.
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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #14 on: July 10, 2019, 07:20:19 pm »
Time to fill your house with children then - they apparently absorb 10 times more EMR!  ;D
We tried that, it worked for quite a while, but now they've almost all gotten jobs and moved away!

Jon
 

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Re: comosystems.co.uk scam
« Reply #15 on: July 12, 2019, 03:02:49 am »
Bloody hell that's terrible. He's a proper quack.

Nope, it's the buyers who are the quacks.

He's probably quite bright, knows this is total BS and leaching a good living from the 'brightest' minds in our society who understand 'things' we could never hope to understand due to our inability to accept a implausible reality.
 


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