2021 - Volume #BFS, Issue #21, Page #07
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Wart Remover “Really Works”
It’s one of those products that sound too good to be true. That’s what Rob Jordan thought when he read research about a British doctor’s method of using low energy, high frequency electrical signals to remove warts. With 6 plantar warts on his feet, Jordan figured he didn’t have anything to lose. He put together a unit based on the research and tried it. Within two months, the warts he’d had for two decades were gone.
  He built more units and started selling them online. With positive reports from customers, he began manufacturing The Wartabater Electronic Wart Remover.
  It’s simple for anyone to operate. Turn on the battery-powered unit and place the probe on the center of the wart for 3 minutes.
  “The low energy, high frequency electrical signal disrupts the cell structure of the wart, killing it,” Jordan explains. Over the next couple of weeks new healthy skin grows in and replaces the dead wart.
  The number of treatments depends on the size of the wart, Jordan says. The Wartabater is effective on all types of warts, including genital warts, plantar warts, and flat warts. It also works on skin tags, but is not designed for moles.
  At $100 (including shipping), the Wartabater comes ready to use and will last a lifetime. Jordan offers a satisfaction guarantee and full refund if it doesn’t work.
  Testimonials on the Wartabater website indicate that it has worked for many people who have tried a variety of treatments. It’s safe for children and can also be used on animals. However, it should not be used around the eyes or eyelids or used on people with pacemakers.
  “About 10 percent of sales are to people in the medical profession,” Jordan says, noting he is looking at developing a commercial version with replaceable tips as well as one that can be plugged in.
  Whatever he does, he plans to keep the business small enough to personally respond to customer’s questions.
  “People are initially suspicious of it, and that’s why we enjoy their positive responses so much,” Jordan says.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, The Wartabater Company, P.O. Box 18718, Sarasota, Fla. 34276 (ph 800 645-0234;
www.wartabater.com ; info@wartabater.com).

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