The Health Hotline free or low cost Knee Brace
This commercial tells us how we may qualify for a free or low cost pain relieving knee brace.
What this TV ad says:
This is a national healthcare alert from the Health Hotline. If you, a family member, or a loved one suffers from knee pain and have Medicare as your primary insurance, we’ve got great news. You could qualify for a pain relieving knee brace at little or no cost to you. Get free delivery and all the paperwork is handled by our accredited suppliers at no charge to you.
If you’re on Medicare and have knee-pain, don’t wait. You may qualify to immediately receive a pain relieving brace at little or no cost. Friendly agents are standing by 24/7 to help you. Call the Health Hotline right now for details, toll free. Our friendly representatives are standing by now to take your call. We also have other pain relieving braces available for shoulder, ankle, and your back. You may be eligible to receive these items and more at little or no cost as well. Operators are standing by call 855-325-1836.
Claims or phrases used that may confuse some people:
- What the commercial said: This is a national healthcare alert from the Health Hotline
- What some people might think that means: This is an important alert regarding the new Affordable Care Act health coverage / Obamacare health coverage.
- What it really means: At no time during this commercial is it mentioned that this “Health Hotline” is affiliated with Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act. The commercial does mention that in order to get these free or low cost braces you must have Medicare as your primary insurance.
- What the announcer says in the ad: You could qualify for a pain relieving knee brace at little or no cost to you. Get free delivery and all the paperwork is handled by our accredited suppliers at no charge to you.
- What some people might think that means: I will get a free knee brace if I call this number
- What it really means: The announcer said you could qualify and, if you do, it would be little or no cost to you. The commercial does not tell us how little the “little cost” would be. “Free delivery” refers to the shipping costs of the knee brace, meaning you would not have to pay any shipping costs. “No charge to you” refers to the suppliers doing the paper work; ie; you are not charged for them to do their paper work.
This TV advertisement uses wording that some people may think is an intentional attempt at tricking some people into thinking that this service is related to Obabamacare or that everyone that calls will get a free knee brace.