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Sorry to disappoint you, but research shows that crime doesn't pay, on average. True, outstanding profits are possible, but risks are outstanding too.

 

Who's been busted by the FTC for selling audiophool cables?

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Who's been busted by the FTC for selling audiophool cables?



Didn't you mention a case earlier in the thread?

 

Then again, that is only 1 out of hundreds of companies

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The Monkey mentioned filing a complaint.

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True, a low risk activity. Margins are high indeed. But what about the volume? I would expect it to be rather low. Anyone has concrete sales data?
 

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Who's been busted by the FTC for selling audiophool cables?

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