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drlarryvon Posted - 07/21/2018 : 19:54:13
anyone familar with this device being sold for 40$, to get rid of moles, tags, warts etc, using zapping per se.
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Eddie_T Posted - 10/24/2018 : 15:34:54
Looks like the same thing for $14.89, I may try it;
drlarryvon Posted - 08/26/2018 : 20:13:56
NO, that's why I am inquiring as to any info on it from the group. If i had it, and used it, and rid me of a suspicious mole, you would be sure, I would be singing its praises. It's only 40$, why don't you take a shot and purchase it.
Evelyn11 Posted - 08/26/2018 : 14:25:05
The device is interesting. Have you tried it. Evelyn

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