Saturday, January 19, 2008

Kinoki: Translated To English It Really Means Socks!

Yesterday I learned something. I've got toxins! Holy crap! But then, I found this solution on TV and it seems easy to get rid of them. If you've seen the TV commercials for Kinoki Detox Foot Pads, you are probably wondering if they really work. Can you detox with foot pad? If this detox method is so natural and simple and works so well, as the company claims, why are we only hearing about it now? The consumer verdict is in, and it's not good for Kinoki. Besides. what "toxins" are supposedly removed by these things? How do you know you have these "toxins"? How can you be sure these foot pads are only removing "toxins" and not essential chemical compounds? Read on...

The number one reason consumers are questioning the effectiveness of the Kinoki Detox Foot Pads is because the product sounds too good to be true. Who wouldn't want to detox while they sleep? The product also claims to be able to help anyone suffering from headaches (Advil works), backaches (Aspirin works), depression (Alcohol works), fatigue (Sugar works), insomnia (A hammer works), or a weak immune system (and we know that how?). By claiming to help with such a broad spectrum of ailments the Kinoki Detox Foot Pads commercial is appealing to a large group of stupid consumers.

Although it is possible to find positive reviews of the Kinoki Detox Foot Pads among the unhappy consumers, the positive reviews read more like company-paid testimonials than actual consumer comments. On one of the forums a guy commented, "I used to live in Japan and I had never seen anyone use or talk about these things. There is something similar but not the same, this is strange since the commercials state that they are from Japan." According to the Public Health Forums, only 28 people said Kinoki has helped them, while 79 People said Kinoki has not helped them. But hey, you're feet do get clean!

I found one testimonial thought from this guy here who says, “I have only used your foot pads for a couple of days, but you can definitely consider me a satisfied customer. I feel more alert, more energetic, and better able to handle my hectic life. You are offering a fantastic product at a very reasonable price.”

According to reports, too many consumers who have tried to cancel the product have not been able to do so directly through the company that sells the Kinoki Detox Foot Pads. A company quickly develops a bad reputation when consumers have to resort to canceling payment through their banks, as has been happening with the company that sells Kinoki Detox Foot Pads. Whether or not the Kinoki Detox Foot Pads work for some consumers and not others becomes irrelevant when a company that promises a money-back guarantee does not follow through on that guarantee. If you are willing to try Kinoki Detox Foot Pads and spend $20 or $13 a month, knowing that the system may not work for you, and you will not be able to cancel your future orders, then proceed with your online purchase.

So folks. I think the verdict is in. And we here at Discover Insanity have found the answer for you. It fast, safe, effective and they are available in bulk from your favorite Wal-Mart or Costco. And what are these miracle products that will help you with this serious toxin problem. Socks! Now that was easy!