HAVE YOU EVER found yourself with an overstock of diabetes supplies, like test strips and lancets, that will expire before you’re able to use them? You may have upgraded to a new meter, changed brands, or simply accumulated an overstock over time.
Sometimes a loved one passes away, leaving their unused supplies behind. If you’re a woman, you may have experienced gestational diabetes. Perhaps you’ve even reversed your diabetes and no longer need to test.
Combine all of this with about 30,000,000 diabetics in the United States alone. That’s billions of dollars-worth of unused supplies accumulating, expiring, and ending up in the garbage every year.
NOW SUPPOSE your insurance falters and your testing supplies are no longer covered. Have you ever seen the price tags on diabetes supplies at a pharmacy? Ever had to pay for a box of test strips or lancets out-of-pocket?
In most pharmacies, a single box of test strips can easily exceed $200.00. That’s more than $2.00 per strip. You’d better hope you don’t get an error message on your monitor, or fumble a strip on to the floor.
Now consider how many times you test per day, plus the cost of the monitor, lancing device, lancets, swabs etc. For someone without proper insurance coverage, testing properly could easily add up to $10.00, $20.00, even $30.00 per DAY.
WE CREATED Teststripz.com for people with diabetes who have supplies they don’t need and who need supplies they don’t have.
Regardless of how you get your supplies, they are your supplies. If you can’t use them for your own testing regiment (which is always the first and highest priority), you have the legal right to resell them.
Our selling platform is fully automated so that you can sell your supplies with minimal time and effort. We provide a free return shipping label for you to ship your supplies and release all payments within 24 hours of processing your package.
AFFILIATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS
- American Diabetes Association
- Beasley Media Group
- 98.5 The Sports Hub
- Insulin for Life
- Kyle's Campaign for Change
- The Kuhner Report