Well I'm not necessarily implying you're running a scam, but when someone sells a product in the field of health or safety, their advertising usually involves a lot of questionable scare tactic claims to sell their product. Fear and promises sell, especially when people are really sick and desperate for relief.
Speaking of your zappers, if they works so well for parasites, where's all the success stories here? I would think members would be raving about it on these boards, especially since there are so many people here have thought they've had parasites for years and have spent hundreds/thousands of dollars trying to rid what they think they have and since some of your products are relatively affordable and you offer a money back guarantee, I think your products would be flying off the shelves and you couldn't go long in the parasite support section without seeing someone posting about how it was the only thing that helped them after spending tons of money on parasite cleanses and pharma drugs. I hardly see your product mentioned around here. If your username wasn't "parazapper", I don't think I'd see it mentioned at all.
Back to my original question, how open do you think people are in the parasite support section that they may have been misdiagnosed and they really don't have parasites?