Thoughts that come to mind when I read the words “Emotional Freedom”? Next! I was doing some random Googling, and came across a site “cycle4dollars”, the name instantly drawing suspicion from the start. Call it curiosity or just boredom, I decided to find out what “Emotional Freedom Techniques” had to do with cycling for dollars. Oh, what a coincidence too, the acronym relates to a convenient method of sending money to someone.
A quick browse around on the (horribly simple blue and white) website, points to what looks like a very vague explanation on how you can be a better, happier person by simply buying “Defencex” points, which magically turn into money, the more people you refer. Making for a happier country or something like that I suppose. Looks awfully familiar to me.
As far as I can tell, you will be telling your friends to buy the magical “Negative Emotion Acupuncture” treatment, and then they will magically be happy and you will just make money and be rich and happy. Sounds foolproof! The front page even has a picture of a butterfly. What is happier than a butterfly? Nothing, that’s what! Looks like I’ve found my calling!
I don’t know what all the fuss is about. Looks like South Africans are searching this defencex thing on Google for days. Literally, looks like someone did their promoting nicely. Seriously though, from a seasoned acronym analysis specialist, never trust anyone who claims to make you happier with a method called “EFT”. Four letters are screaming out to me right about now. SCAM. Nothing makes me less happy than someone else having my money. A quick Google search reveals very little about this Defencex thing. Anyone got any insight? Let me know in the comments!
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