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Kate Hudson Fabletics Scam, Or Not

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Lex Jurgen - October 6, 2015


Kate Hudson fronts the moronically named sports apparel line for women under fire because customers keep signing up for some grifter VIP new outfit of the month club and can't figure out how to quit. I'd mock them more but I'm still paying for a Bally's gym membership I quit eight years ago and I just got a cash on delivery order of Best of Steve Miller cassette tapes from BMG. The company that owns Fabletics uses a too good to be true entry deal to lure you into a subscription service to get new sports bras and leggings every month then you find you're locked in for $50 a month. You can't read the 2-pt font out-clause and even if you could, nobody seems to answer the number they tell you to call to cancel. Still, you do look amazing in spin class and Kate Hudson gets to feed her babies the better heroin. When the address for legal letters is the Island of Misfit Toys, you're probably best not entering the credit card digits.

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