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Re: Zapping is bullshit


Glad to see that you have been restored.

Perhaps you might want to consider why there are few posts. There have been a number of sellers and many more users that have left in disgust due to harassing posts. If you bother to look hard enough, there are some very good testimonials that were posted as far back as 10 to 15 years ago, including some successes with helminths.

There was a period of time in which there was a number of these posts that were lost due to a server crash.

There also has been a number of other posts that were forced to the debate forum because of people who come on here and heckle, so you might look back in there too.

The real problem to me is that there have been constant attacks about claims from our previous products that we do not make for our current products due to legal restrictions. Sadly, these are claims for which we can not provide evidence without risk of imprisonment. Whenever someone posts an accusatory statement, it is like an inquisition rather than a fair public trial. We are not allowed to say anything in defense despite any evidence that we may have otherwise.

The real problem with this is that some posters are making claims that are unjustified, such as claiming that products do not work when they have never tried them. That is as unjustified as anything else.

If you have used Beck and failed then it is fair to state so. If you used a standard 30 kHz zapper and failed, then it is fair to state so. If you have used any other brand of zapper, it is fair to state that you have used that brand and failed to achieve results for your specific needs. However, just because you happen to drive a Simca and it does not go over 100 mph does not mean that no car ever built in France is a poor race car. ( I use Simca as an example because I once owned one. )

It is fair to say that a particular zapper caused a particular problem for the user such as the Terminator caused small round burns on my skin. It is not fair to claim that all zappers cause skin burns.

The same thing is fair for sellers and manufacturers. When a company surveys it users and 97 percent of respondents report positive improvement for a certain specific concern or usage, that is fair reporting. For a company to report that their products has a 60 percent success rate for a specific application, that is also fair. A success rate of 60 percent is actually far better than some medications.

The truth is, due to individual variations, not everyone is going to get the same results. It is also true that the same person may not always get the same results. That is why, when I use a zapper or anything else, and the results are not immediately what I expect, I do it again. The same is true for whatever I am trying provided there is not a significant risk of injury due to excessive application.

So in fairness when someone posts either success or failure in regards to zapping, they should report the product that they have used, and specifically how it was used, how long a session was, and how many sessions were tried, as well as the extent of the success. In some cases, a 10 percent improvement can be significant.

If I start to come down with the symptoms of the flu, use a product, and the symptoms drop to 50 percent, that would make me very happy, If it just completely went away which has been an amazing experience for me, I AM THRILLED!

Good to see you back and I hope that you can continue to make more positive contributions.

 

 
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