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15% OFF HAMMER GEL + E-CAPS PRODUCTS(16 posts)

15% OFF HAMMER GEL + E-CAPS PRODUCTSsamman
Dec 5, 2003 8:23 AM
15% OFF HAMMER GEL+ E-CAPS products!!!! Mention Client number xx to receive your discount. Visit www.e-caps.com of call 800-336-1977 to order and be sure to mention client # xx for you discount.
--PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTS -$15.20!!
--8 flavors GEL—14.45 for 26 SERVINGS!! Discount good for EVERTHING they sell VITAMIN, ENERGY/RECOVERY DRINKS, ELECTROLITES, CYCLING + TRI CLOTHING and much, much more. WWW.E-CAPS.COM or call 800-336-1977 client number= xx for your discount.
SPAM.......NFMDave Hickey
Dec 5, 2003 8:35 AM
This Gel gives you the shizinits...wspokes
Dec 5, 2003 8:41 AM
I know some people that had the runs for weeks from this crappe..call that 800 number and let em know that client number 47987 came you an expired lot that gave you the chitz...don't remove this one...leave it up ; )
what?DougSloan
Dec 5, 2003 8:45 AM
It's nothing more, really, than maltodextrin. While it would take pages to explain fully, only consuming way too much of it would cause problems. Your GI tract can only absorb so much sugar, and too much of it slows water absorption and can cause reverse osmosis, drawing water into the GI tract; this causes bloating, gas (excess undigested sugars can cause gas), and ultimately the runs. (...but "for weeks"??? -- I have to seriously doubt that)

I've probably consumed 50 gallons of Hammergel in the last 5 years, with no problems other than over consumption at times.

Doug
Just rappin' the spammer...not the product...wspokes
Dec 5, 2003 8:47 AM
I am just hammering on that Spammer...not the product...I know plenty of the behind the scenes of the various products...didn't mean to lead you astray...
how is..._rt_
Dec 5, 2003 8:50 AM
saying the product tasts like sh!t & gives you gastric distress "rappin' the spammer"? sounds a lot more like you're dissin' the product.

rt
client number....wspokes
Dec 5, 2003 8:55 AM
Well, I just was being a dic to the spammer...I frankly don't two shakes of a rat's behind about the product. This is why it says...go ahead and call the 800 number and complain about the #### of the JERK SPAMMER. Frankly the companies really should know that the jerks selling there products do it by any means around...If this is the case for them. let them buy a classified ad like the rest of us and make their money that way while supporting this site...instead of trying to mooch free ads from this site!
i like hammergel_rt_
Dec 5, 2003 8:49 AM
it tastes good (well, better than some of the others i've tried...good is a relative term!) and works well. granted if you use too much of it your stomach will probably revolt but that's true of any of the drinks/gels/bars.

rt
Keep it off of your frame, sets up like glue. (nm)Chen2
Dec 5, 2003 8:52 AM
LOL. true dat!! (nm)_rt_
Dec 5, 2003 8:55 AM
ps - safe solvents like Simple Green will remove it from your frame. ;)
PRODUCT GREAT...SPAMMER CHEAP MOOCH...wspokes
Dec 5, 2003 8:58 AM
How's that...better. Nothing wrong with product but SAMMAN is too cheap to buy real ad for his product and isn't supporting the site. Now we can all ride happily again...
chill out...he's not a retailer...biknben
Dec 5, 2003 9:19 AM
E-caps encourages word of wouth advertising by offering a 15% discount to new customer when they are referred by an existing customer. In return the existing customer receives a 25% credit towards his next order.

The spammer's number is nothing more than his customer number. He's not some retailer who should buy an add. He's just a lazy spammer.

Last year, when I was buying E-cap products for the first time, I posted here
i asking
for an account number so I could get the discount. I'm not surprised to see someone offer their account number.
SPAM -- moderator explanationDougSloan
Dec 5, 2003 9:06 AM
I finally figured this one out. Ecaps gives a discount to a customer based on referrals. This customer apparently wanted to take advantage of that. I think that violates terms of use here.

So, I edited the post to delete the customer number. I also deleted the follow up message that repeated the customer number. The software here allows me to delete or edit orginal messages in threads, but I can only delete, not edit, follow up responses. So, I had to delete the reply entirely.

Sound fair?

Doug
Sounds cool to me...wspokes
Dec 5, 2003 9:08 AM
besides...you are the boss ; ) and I don't like those subtle ads people place in an attempt to cheat their way out of the classifieds.
The all and powerful Oz has spoken :-) (nm)PEDDLEFOOT
Dec 5, 2003 9:26 AM
naw, that's Gregg; I'm more like a Flying Monkey ;-) nmDougSloan
Dec 5, 2003 9:35 AM