Friends, the FDA is not banning Miracle-Mineral-Supplement . This information comes from an off-the-record FDA source. Understand that Miracle-Mineral-Supplement is simply a new generic name for a basic chemical that's been sold for various industrial and consumer uses - including for human consumption - in the US for over 80 years (i.e. "stablized oxygen", paper industry, and for making drinking water potable). To ban Miracle-Mineral-Supplement , one would have to overrule EPA findings. MMS is a "grandfathered" substance generally considered as safe for these uses. Banning MMS would be like saying H2O2 (Hydrogen-Peroxid) (hydrogen peroxide) was about to be banned because thousands of people were using it internally - for something other than killing germs on cuts and abrasions. I'm sure the fear and dread is good for sales and fun to read for agents of lurking regulatory bodies but its not very feasible. Besides, there are much bigger, easier fish to fry.
The site referred to in this thread is a DOT BIZ site for wholesalers - different from the DOT NET site. One has to have a wholesale account to buy through this site. Last heard, new accounts were not being accepted though I have not confirmed.
Alternatively, one can create a "reseller" account at http://mmsmiracle.com
and purchase MMS at the wholesale price. Either company is good but this is the only one, to my knowledge, manufacturing and bottling through a GMP lab/bottling company using tamper proof induction seals (important when being shipped via air transfer since changes in air pressure can cause unsealed bottles to leak). Its also important if you're planning on reselling the product to others - i.e. in a practice or a store. Unsealed bottles are unprofessional and not safe - yet another reason to steer entirely clear of eBay.