Easywater – another scam brought to you by some folks in Indiana!

I could not help but report on this company that is advertising on TV concerning their ‘revolutionary’ new process to soften water in your home for only a thousand dollars or so.

Here is a recent comment from the Complaints Board:

“My boss purchased a device she believed would make water “soft” merely by wrapping a wire from the device around her water pipe. This is impossible; I did not know she had purchased the fraudulent device until a year after she had done so and I saw it “installed” in her house. If she had asked me first before buying the device I would have explained to her the basic physics involved and why the device cannot do what the sellers claim it can do.

The device’s web site claims the device can perform the impossible: however, no electromagnetic field can perform ion exchanging and “soften” water, no matter what frequency that field might be subjecting to the water, no matter what gauss. The web site claims “EasyWater is a water conditioner that physically changes the minerals in water to prevent them from forming scale.” That is not possible with any electromagnetic field: water is paramagnetic, not ferromagnetic. Nor can a little wire wrapped around a water pipe apply any inductive field, no matter how clever the engineer, that will modify the water in any way.

It’s a scam; a fraud; a crime, and the seller should be prosecuted as such. Yet the person selling these worthless devices is selling them for as high as $1, 979 each.

Please ask any of your hydro-engineer or chemical consultants to look at the claims on the web site: that consultant will tell you it is a fraud and that the device claims to perform a miracle.”

Now, if you just must have one of these, I would also recommend that you look into Colon Cleanse as another great way to help you improve your health by lightening your wallet almost overnight! Yes, it’s another miracle!!

As a last note, isn’t interesting how the FCC allows such ‘blatant and obvious fraud’ to run over the airwaves without so much as a frown.

Disclaimer: The material in this blog is the expressed opinions of the author and may or may not be factual. It is advised that each reader do their own research and arrive at their own conclusions.

About forsythkid

I am just a simple man with a head full of sand who is currently residing in a small town called Forsyth Missouri. I enjoy hiking, camping and all things related to gardening. I rec’d my degree from SIU majoring in Biology many moons ago and still maintain a great interest in the study of all living things. My hobbies include meteorology, the Finnish language and inhabiting cyberspace whenever possible.
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3 Responses to Easywater – another scam brought to you by some folks in Indiana!

  1. Terry says:

    I do believe what you say is true.
    I’ve been reading alot about scams and fraud on EasyWater.
    And the people I’ve read articles about seem to know about water and chemistry.


  2. Rich says:

    I don’t know about EasyWater, but my mom bought a ClearWave unit. ClearWave can be bought for $140 whereas EasyWater sells for $849 to over $1900. I made an inquiry to EasyWater. After countless emails to me, they lowered their price to $700. Some blogs say ClearWave only works with low levels of dissolved solids (DS), where more expensive units by other manufacturers work with higher DS concentrations. These units don’t get rid of the DS, they only claim to prevent scaling on inside of water pipes. My mom’s DS levels are high, and she still has to clean her showerheads. She hasn’t had to clean out her pipes yet, so the verdict on CW is not yet in. My mom still has a problem with scaling on her dishes. She used to use CLR, then vinegar, then she found a very expensive powder and wondered if there was an inexpensive generic chemical equivalent. I found powdered muriatic acid, aka hydrochloric acid at a pool supply for about $1 per pound. About 2 tablespoons/gallon works well. Also, her automatic dishwasher is normally set for heated drying. After turning off the heated drying, the scaling problem was dramatically reduced.


  3. Bob says:

    My new home came with an Easy Water system installed. On noticing mineral deposits on faucets and in toilets, I called the manufacturer. They said the system comes with a 90 day money back guarantee… but it is too late. In conclusion… don’t waste your time and money with Easy Water. The system is garbage. One company informed me that he’s removed close to 200 of these systems in Indiana, which happens to be the home of the Easy Water company.


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