Got this unsolicited e-mail the other day:
"Dear Mr Decker,
Here at EMFADR we have developed a paint for the building industry that will neutralise the harmful exposure to the low frequency electromagnetic fields found in everyday living including homes, offices, schools, hospitals etc.
Our combating Electromagnetic Field “ADR” technology differs from the conventional electromagnetic field shields (which are based on conductive media and need grounding) because it is unique in its make-up and will only block the low frequency EMF radiation and this allows for the body and the earths own natural magnetic fields to still function. The ADR solutions are the first of its kind, both ground breaking and award winning in several countries across the world.
The ADR paint (ADR SOL) will be used in the construction of (please visit this link: http://wolnemiasto.pl/en/index.php ) a new 1,200 strong apartment community complex here is Poland. If I may, I’d like to discuss the possibilities of our ADR SOL product in a mutual business relationship with yourself.
I responded to him that:
- His e-mail was unsolicited spam. Been getting a lot of that, recently.
- That low frequency EMF is not harmful. The EMF fields that the general public comes into contact with can not cause harm. So much for the scares about living too close to transformers or getting cancer from cell phones.
- This paint, most probably, doesn’t work, unless it has a very high conductive metal content and is grounded.
I recieved back a response “You have got to be kidding me.”.
I then responded that I was a trained Radiation Safety Officer for a major University and I was not kidding.
Have not hear back from him yet.
Any other scams out there that are soliciting Home Inspectors?