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Rufa Fish Pedicure for £9.00 instead of £30 @ groupon - SAVE 70%!!!

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#1
just ordered - thanks HOT!:p
#2
Saw these in the metro-centre last week think it was £15 for 10 minutes...must say that there was a bigger crowd outside the shop than there was people queuing up to pay...
#3
The vendors that run these sites were recently heavily criticised during an inspection. They basically had no systems in operation to protect the customer or the fish from contamination.
#4
is groupon safe? if i order today can i book a date later?

thanks
#6
Yes, but the link is not working.
3 Likes #7
I just use the goldfish at home it's cheaper
#8
Went with the missus to Meadowhall - and it's a right laugh. For a tenner for 15 minutes it's worth having a go, although I would doubt the long term benefits. For 15 minutes at the end of a long shopping day, it's nice to have a sit down and have your feet nibbled (feels like very localised pins and needles).
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That sound disgusting and unhygienic. You probably go home with more you came (i.e. athlete foot).
#10
If I let them near my feet you wouldn't want to go after!
#11
pet2000
That sound disgusting and unhygienic. You probably go home with more you came (i.e. athlete foot).


Exactly.

The staff generally don't have adequate access to hand-washing, as a lot of these are temp stalls set-up in shopping centres - so neither do the customers.

One that was inspected in the Glasgow area had no measures to look after the welfare of the fish (adequate filtration etc) the staff had no idea about who was using them and what their medical history was etc.

What may seem like a novelty giggle to most folk can easily turn into a nightmare.
#12
A friend also said the same... that she had to sign a disclaimer declaring that she didn't have a disease (including HIV/AIDS) - I have no idea if this can be transferred by these fish but the staff could not answer this question, especially when asking about the possible unlucky users who did not realise they had any said illness... she politely declined to use the fish and had her money back no questions asked.

I realise they could be completely safe but if the staff are not 100% then I would be concerned too.

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