was this a scam?
I just got back from on cruise. While on the boat, I signed up for a "body composition analysis." After telling the person my weight, height, etc., they put some wires on my foot and hand, and connected me to a small machine. The machine spit out a piece of paper that purportedly had my weight (the same exact weight I told him), my height, my body fat percentage and basal metabolic weight, as well as body water weight and percentage. He then tried to sell me a "de-tox program."
I really did it for the body fat percentage, but I'm wondering if I can trust the numbers. Was I scammed?