One promises complimentary “Book of Mormon ringtones.” (Um, I’ll take the “Lamanites met others who were seeking liberty” ringtone, please.)
Alas, it doesn’t actually deliver — if you’re unfortunate enough to click on the link, you’re merely redirected to a separate page that asks for your cell phone number and mentions in fine print that if you do give them your number, you’ll be enrolled into a $10 a month cell-phone ringtone plan. (The “Mormon Ringtones” ad does the same.) Yay, priestcraft!
But wait, there’s more! Take a look down the screen — there’s a link promising “Bargain prices. Smart deals. Save on Mormon garments!” (Because Beehive clothing is so darn expensive?)
This one is also merely an illusion. It pulls up a shopzilla page, which returns a message that no Mormon garments were found. Um, that’s a good thing, right?