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So you're lounging on the sofa or recliner again; just another moment of relaxation in a typical day. Suddenly one of those ads or infomercials pops on, rambling about some wonderful gimmicky product. Wow, what a surprise! My personal favorite is the Oxy Clean one. The bearded man always comes out screaming. He must assume that the audio is turned down or broken, and has to yell into the camera. Or, maybe he's just that enthused about the product. You've got to love these "as seen on TV products." I'll even bet that you've given in, and purchased one at some point or another. You know, just to see if the hype was legitimate. I know I have.

It's sort of funny, but I actually saw a store in a shopping mall in Oregon that carried only "as seen on TV products." What a business they must have going on. As I stepped back to examine this bizarre store, I was in awe. Everything looked like a bunch of boxed up junk. In no way did I want to enter and purchase something. Now I fully understand why everything is only 19.95. Heck, it should be a 1.95. Most of these products cost less to make. One has to wonder about the profit percentage they make. This is the key to all these infomercial products. Most of them are so easily produced and packaged, that they companies make a killing. Imagine the potential customers. We all have televisions and we're all sitting in front of them daily. How many of us snatch the phone when we see these "miracle solution" products for a mere 20 bucks? My guess is quite a few.

The business of as seen on TV products is gargantuan to say the least. Whether it's some new grinder/mincer/dicer, or maybe a perfect tool that slices an entire pizza in one whack, folks around the globe are intrigued. They get excited by the notion of convenience at a low cost. After all, most of these products do guarantee you money back. I can't really argue with that spiel. If you truly despise the as seen on TV products, you can apparently send them back for your cash. Just don't go crazy with these gimmicks, or pretty soon you won't have any cash left in the bank.

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