I travel frequently because of my job. I heard the mypillow commercial by a female personality on a talk radio station here at my home in the Wilkes Barre/Scranton Area as well as many radio stations in other cities.
It appears that practically every radio personality was either given or has purchased the mypillow and now they not only love it, all their friends love it, and people stop them on the street and tell them it after sleeping on mypillow, their neck and back pain and so on are now gone. These radio personalities all have the identical "exclusive" offer of buy one, get one free, which is supposedly available only to listeners of their stations using a a promo code, which happens to be the station's call letters. Apparently, it the most amazing invention since sliced bread and the medical community knows nothing about the alleged health benefits of these pillows Checking the reviews on Amazon, they are mixed or mostly negative on the quality and medical claims of the product.
Are we to believe that all of these diverse hosts on these multiple radio stations uniformly received and adore the mypillow, or is the whole thing a scam and they are just blatantly lying, readily flushing their credibility and reputations down the toilet for a few measly dollars? It may take more than my pillow for them to get a good night's sleep if the feds start cracking down on this type of phony baloney advertising.
Reviewer is in unhappy mood. This person stated that there is a room for improvement of customer service and false advertising. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss "misleading adertising" of mypillow pillow. Mypillow needs to "stop false advertising" according to poster's claims.