- Apr 9, 2010
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Just paid for the order through a PayPal account I finally put together... to the account he linked to in the email.After successfully receiving (in the EU) my "Ziverdo Kits" (covid TREATMENT program, with 3 pills of 12mg Ivermectin, 10 capsules of antibiotic Doxycyclin and 14 pills of Zinc) shipped from India - I'm making a new order for PREVENTION Ivermectin pills (Stromectol brand), only 3mg this time, to take weekly (just my "opinion" for "prevention"). 200 count (100 weeks for 2 people = 2 years) is $124, expedited tracked shipping is $55, so $179...
PLUS the 20% surcharge on the total for using a Credit Card. So a tad over $1/pill.
Waiting for their email reply
(only way to pay by credit card, I don't use PayPal nor "wire transfer")...
After that shipment is sent, I'm going to try to ship "Ziverdo Kits" & "Stromecton 3mg" to my son's family in the U.S. I'll put "Pr." before the name on the shipping label... in case it makes a difference going through postal customs...
Doesn't go to a "business name" but to a "person's name". (Ravinda Kumar, but in email goes by "Michael")
This is my 2nd purchase through this source. First shipment arrived as scheduled, tracked shipping. Gave me more "confidence".
So, 200 3mg (smallest dose, choices are 3 or 6 or 12mg, the "12mg" for "treatment") Ivermectin pills (Stromectol brand) for $170 total, including shipping & tracking. 10-16 days.
Comes to less than $1/pill. Plan on taking once a week for prevention (build-up).
Email replies are prompt & friendly. He thanked me for telling him that I was recommending to "associates & network acquaintances", with "we appreciate & need the business".
Once I have a postal tracking on this shipment, I'm going to try to make a purchase for shipping to my son's family in the US... I'll find out if that's "a problem" then... BTW, I put the initials "Pr." in front of my shipping label name... (thinking of Customs). Hey, I taught drafting classes, haha!
Oh, also - the "Ziverdo Kits" boxes had a printed "remaining expiration date" one year from now (made last year). I usually don't "pay attention" to medicine or supplements or vitamins "expiration dates", and think that they exist because of "regulations" but it's been my personal experience that the products "don't go bad" if kept in their sealed wrappers in a "cool, dry place".
I DO respect "expiration dates" on many food-stuffs, though...
Will keep updating.