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Re: From the UK, what about the paraZapper?
 
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Re: From the UK, what about the paraZapper?


Hello David,

I appreciate your concern about the name. I go by the name ParaZapper on this and other forums to avoid confusing identity. Otherwise, you might have thought that this message was from yourself.

Additionally, while I do promote our products, I also promote information and technical accuracy.

The reason that I pointed you to certain pages was so that you could read some valuable information that does not come just from me but from many zapper users of many different models.

You said: "whatever judgment I make, I will make, not based on your site or what you say, but on the input and experience of people and individuals who are trying to assist each other in trying to recover or even halt deterioration from a serious disorder/disease. "

I am glad to see that you have put such a tremendous effort into researching the statistical results of many thousands of users. When do you expect to publish your data?

This is what we do and probably better than anyone else in the industry as we, as far as I have been able to find, are the only company that actually performs an actual analysis of what works and what does not. Some companies collect testimonials and publish only the positive information. We survey users of zappers, collect data in terms of percentages, crunch the numbers, and publish the results.

For years, zapper sellers have promoted such dubious items such as wrist straps and 30 kHz only zappers that while producing good results for some, have produced dismal results overall and have given the industry a questionable reputation. Such things as wrist straps, while convenient, are not as effective as copper paddles. As far as I know, we are the only company that shows this with actual oscilloscope measurement images.

One of the most serious detractions that the industry has shown is the lack of an actual good quality users manual ( except for ParaZapper products ). A single page does not cut it! This is a major failure in the industry and is probably due to fear of prosecution. One problem is that Dr. Clarks books are only reprinted every few years so they are not up to current technology or information in an industry which is changing rapidly.

As I have been on this forum for many years, and have only recently noticed your posts, it appeared to be that you were a relatively newby and might possibly learn some new information. Forgive me for making this judgemental error.

As for trying to sell you anything at all, I am not particularily concerned with makeing a sale as we are basically swamped, and certainly did not expect you to consider buying. My intent was only to educate.

The problem that I had with your post was that the individual had inquired about a specific product. Your reply mentioned several other products without saying anything about the product in question. This presented a perception of a lack of knowlege about the product in question. Hence, the need to educate was promoted.

Thanks for the feedback,

David

AKA ParaZapper



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