Friday, August 6, 2010

Australian Fitness Club Rapped For "Gold Coin To Join"

The reason given for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission launching a complaint about Fitness First's "Gold Coin To Join" campaign was the exclusion of an additional administration fee, but there may be cause to wonder if the campaign was frowned upon because Fitness First didn't quote a legal-tender price.


It's a straw in the wind, of a certain sort. Using gold as a medium of exchange, despite E-gold launching long before PayPal, never really took off. If it does, there may be similar hostility surfacing along with it.

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  1. Years ago it was the countries with natural resources that were frowned upon now its the countries without natural resources that are frowned upon.

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