Scott Kay Inc. Overcomes Challenge Brought by an FTC Investigation on Tungsten Carbide

- September 21st, 2011

Scott Kay Inc., reported the FTC completed its investigation of advertising claims and has determined no action is warranted.

Scott Kay Inc., reported the FTC completed its investigation of advertising claims and has determined no action is warranted.

The press release is quoted as saying,

Claims that Scott Kay, Inc. defended include:

• Tungsten carbide wedding bands are not solid.
• Tungsten carbide wedding bands are “at risk of breaking, cracking or shattering” in ordinary consumer use.
• Tungsten carbide is a not a practical metal for use in bridal jewelry.
• Scott Kay’s BioBlu27™ Cobalt wedding bands are scratch-resistant.
• Scott Kay’s BioBlu27™ Cobalt wedding bands are 4 times harder then platinum.
• Scott Kay’s BioBlu27™ Cobalt wedding bands can be removed safely with equipment available in most emergency medical facilities.

For the complete press release, click here.

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