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Why Haven’t You Been Told These Facts About Health Insurance? 

It’s easy to talk to a doctor, get prescriptions and lab work — for pennies on the dollar!

Why Haven’t People Without Insurance Been Told These Facts?

Many people don’t know how they can easily (and cheaply) talk to a doctor and even get lab work done with no copays, expensive insurance premiums, or deductibles!

Are you without health insurance?
Then I want to lay out the real uncensored story about how you can save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars every month in medical costs (without paying insurance premiums). 

You’ll avoid ridiculously expensive insurance, doctor visits, and you can still get the prescriptions, blood work, and doctor appointments you need.

How many times have you needed to get a prescription and had to pay for a doctor’s appointment just to get essential medicine?...

Even though you and your doctor already knew what meds you needed?

And how many times did you NOT go to a doctor…
...because you simply couldn’t afford it?...
Not having insurance is frustrating, expensive— and can even threaten your life!
My name is Jenna. I'm a single mom, and I lost my health insurance. And ever since that happened… every day has been a gamble.
And I've learned to live without insurance.
  
But not because I wanted to…

...because I had to.

I was tired of not having access to medical care…

Lucky for me…

I found another (and much cheaper) way to talk to a doctor.

I had always wished there was a way to feel safe without spending so much money on health care and doctor visits.

To top it off… I was uninformed when it came to getting health care. I didn’t know an affordable way…

And the so-called "cheap insurance" was way too expensive for my family.

When you lose your job, get divorced, or simply don't have the money to pay for insurance, it can be scary, frustrating, and demoralizing.

And you are not alone.

In 2019 there were approximately 30 million uninsured people in the U.S.

And that was before the coronavirus pandemic happened. 

Now more and more people are losing their jobs and their health insurance.

Even when money is tight, you still need medical care.

And doctor visits, blood work, lab results, and prescription prices aren't getting any cheaper (that is unless you know the secrets of how to get discounts on blood tests, treatments, prescriptions, and doctor visits like I do)…

...and the method I found out about could save you thousands!

I get it. It can be a rough road when you live day to day without insurance.

One “little” doctor visit can put you farther and farther into debt…

...unless you know the medical secret that millions of Americans don’t even know…

… that is… until now.

Let me explain…

Medical stuff can be scary— and expensive.

Take this, for instance...

I was walking down the stairs in my house (like every other day) and I tripped...

...and I tumbled down the stairs. I thought for sure I had a broken leg.

So I crawled over the unfinished floor to the keys on the side table and somehow made it to my car. I drove myself to Urgent Care (I know it wasn’t the smartest move, but it was the only option for me)...

There was NO WAY I was going to call an ambulance.

I couldn’t afford it.

I FINALLY made it to Urgent Care, and the nurses brought a wheelchair to my car.

I was in tears…

The stress was unbearable...

I didn’t know how to steer the wheelchair in the lobby, so I was getting more and more frustrated…
… and scared.

But the scariest part wasn’t the pain...

It was the worry about money…

What if I had to pay for a cast and an x-ray.

What if I wasn’t able to work?

What if I couldn’t keep up with the bills?

I didn’t have a nest egg that would last three months.

But I got lucky. My leg wasn’t broken. I only had a sprain…

That tiny bill was over my budget. Thankfully it wasn’t anything more serious.

But it was still worrisome.

I paid the $150 at urgent care, and I thought that was all I needed to pay...

Then... I got a surprise medical bill in the mail for $270! 

I was shocked (but consider myself lucky) because I’ve heard medical billing horror stories that would bankrupt most people.

So I called Urgent Care, and they said there was nothing they could do to help me except to set up a payment plan. So I paid it off little by little, month by month.

Even small medical problems like an earache or the flu are expensive...

...especially if you have to pay full price for doctor appointments, prescriptions, and tests. And those little appointments and bills add up fast.

And that's just part of the story...

There are a lot of people out there hanging on by a thread financially and can't afford to see a doctor. Yet...

So many people NEED medicine.

And if you don't have insurance, it makes it even more expensive to get your meds... because you also have to pay for a doctor’s appointment on top of prescription costs, blood tests, and doctor appointments. 
And if you're low income or have no income, but still need medicine…
It's even worse…

You have to spend time getting in to see the doctor, going to and from the appointment, wait in long lines, pay copays, pay full price for tests, pay too much for your medication…

Without insurance, the cost of regular doctor visits can be overwhelming.

Don't get me wrong. There are ways I could get some extra money…

I could get another job, or start ANOTHER side hustle…

Or I could try to raise money...

Put a jar at the gas station, or I could ask friends and family for help, or have a spaghetti dinner at the VFW. Maybe I could even get a few bucks from some local charities...

But that kind of money only goes so far…

And health care is expensive. And medical issues can come up when you least expect it.

Sometimes doctor appointments never seem to end...

It's embarrassing and frightening not being able to afford health insurance.
... and there are plenty of people who don’t have extra money...
Fortunately, I heard of a cheaper alternative way to see a doctor (that even I can afford!).
  
I stumbled on it when I was looking for affordable health insurance online.

But I had a feeling the cheap insurance companies I was getting quotes from weren't cheap enough...

… and those cheap quotes weren't cheap enough.

There was no way I could pay THAT kind of money for health insurance…

It was either food or health insurance. You can guess what I picked.
And times are harder than they used to be.
I had just started getting my head above water financially. And I thought I was finally going to be able to afford health insurance this year. So I started looking at plans. I started getting lots of phone calls from telemarketers selling me “affordable” insurance and cheap insurance.

But none of the insurance plans were affordable to me.

And then the coronavirus thing came along...

And my work got shut down.

The possibility of having insurance became even more of a pipe dream...

It seemed like EVERYTHING was taken away from me— in an instant.
I felt broken, alone, broke, alone, and depressed…

… and scared.

Not being able to pay for the things I needed was more than worrisome.

Losing work...
My income isn't what it used to be, and there's no way I can pay $658 a month for insurance.
And that so-called “affordable health insurance” cost doesn’t include copays, outrageous deductibles, lab work, blood tests, or prescriptions.

Unless I want to work an extra 75.2 hours a month at a minimum wage job every month (that is if I can find another job)... I could get health insurance if I wanted to work myself to death.

Where I live, unemployment rates have skyrocketed, and decent-paying jobs were already scarce in my little town…

And the insurance quotes I was getting cost more than the roof over my head!

I can't afford insurance.

Health insurance is one of the biggest investments a person can make, but if you don’t have it…

...can’t afford it...

… and you need it…

What are you supposed to do?

Health insurance can cost more than your food and living expenses, and for some…

It’s already hard enough to cover the basics. 

Everyone HAS to eat.
To me, paying for food and having a place to live is more important than having health insurance. And I’m one of the lucky ones who doesn’t have a lot of health problems (yet). 

To me…

...health insurance is a luxury.

I know It’s not right, but that’s how it is...

And that's a big problem, and not just for me. 
What if you need to talk to a doctor?

What if you need meds?

What if you need to have blood work done?

All those meds and doctor appointments and tests cost so much. And for people who need medicine and health screenings, and can’t afford it aren’t so lucky...
The National Library of Medicine stated that in 2008, more than 26,000 Americans DIED because they didn't have health insurance. 

1.  Now that's a LOT of people…

And the number of people without insurance is going up every day. So what’s going to happen to all of the people without jobs and insurance now?

Even though health insurance isn't in my cards right now, I found something else that WILL work for me for medical care, and it can help you too.

A while ago, I saw a story on CNN talking about this thing called Telemedicine. I remembered seeing it once online when I was looking for cheap health insurance, but I didn’t understand it then.

Other than that, Telemedicine was new to me.

But I was curious and started doing lots of research because I had to figure out a different way to get access to healthcare I could afford.

And I realized telemedicine was cheaper and easier than regular doctor visits.

Surprisingly enough, telemedicine has been around for more than two decades, so it wasn’t even that new!

This ”new-to-me” way to see a doctor called, “Telemedicine," is the wave of the future. And I had no idea what it was!

It’s giving people the power to take their health into their own hands.

Now you can see a doctor anytime on the tiny screen of your smartphone, your computer, or your home phone without paying expensive insurance premiums!

You can talk to a doctor virtually.
It's fast, cheap, easy, and secure. And you don’t even have to leave your house!

Another thing is…

Telemedicine is becoming even more popular since the coronavirus.

Forbes said Telemedicine is up 2000% because health care is going digital.

2.  Doctor appointments are going from in-person visits to virtual—and that's a good thing.

You can video call with a doctor ANYTIME you need medical advice.

One telemedicine service I saw had 1.35 million patients in one week. And another one had 100,000 video consults per day. It’s the wave of the future.
And you're one of the virtual medicine pioneers who's in the know about Telemedicine doctors.
Finally, you can talk one-on-one with a licensed doctor through your computer or smartphone for mental health counseling, and even preventative health screenings. You can also get blood tests and health screenings from home.*
There are millions of people like you taking advantage of virtual doctor services.

Now it's being offered to more people across the country, and thank goodness…

Because there are a lot of uninsured people out there.

And the real problem is… 

...health insurance and health care are too expensive for regular people like us.
I can't afford health insurance, but thankfully...

... there's this better option that FINALLY fits into almost any budget…

And the best thing is...

... you're already approved!
Telemedicine is available to EVERYONE.
Another good thing about Telemedicine  is...

You don't need insurance to talk to a doctor.

Telemedicine doctors are real board-certified physicians, and you don't have to have insurance!! You can get a diagnosis, access to affordable medicine, and even get discounts on the prescriptions you need sent to your local pharmacy. 

You see…

With telemedicine on your side, you can talk to a doctor anytime you want— as many times as you want. Doctors are on call 24/7 with NO copay, NO high deductible, and NEVER any hidden fees.

You can breathe a sigh of relief when little medical problems arise.
Even the American Medical Association is promoting virtual medicine during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here’s something else...

3.  If you don't have insurance, an average doctor appointment can cost $150-$250 per visit.

That's if you just have a cold. And if you go to the E.R., the average cost for one emergency room visit in 2017 was $1389. It’s probably even more expensive now!

That's not including follow-ups, prescriptions, or other medical tests you might need.

4.  Here's another thing…

The World Bank estimates that COVID-19 will force more than 49 million people into extreme poverty levels. 

5.  These numbers are outrageous! 

We're already broke enough!

I want to be able to keep food on the table AND have access to a doctor.

You know what else?
Virtual medicine is changing the way people access healthcare around the world.

One regular doctor visit could cost you hundreds (if not more!). 

Now, you can get unlimited doctor appointments for a year— for the price of LESS than ONE doctor visit.
You'll also have access to doctors 24/7. You can get brand name prescriptions sent to your pharmacy. 

      No Copay

      No Deductibles

       No Waiting In Line

       No Fine Print

There are NEVER any surprise medical fees. You know exactly what you're going to pay every month (and it's not that much).
And best of all, there are no contracts, and you can cancel anytime.

With TeleMedPrime, you can order blood tests and health screenings without an in-person visit! You can even get tests for heart disease, diabetes, thyroid disease, hypertension, STDs, Vitamin deficiencies, anemia, low testosterone, hormone levels, and so much more…

And you can even order your own prescription after you get your results!

You can get access to unlimited TeleMedPrime Telemedicine doctors for only $19.99 a month for one person...

And it's only $24.95 for a family of 5!

And if you're not completely satisfied with the service, there's a 60-day money-back guarantee.

Look, you've seen how much it costs to go to a doctor when you don't have insurance…

And if you go to the E.R. one time, and only have one doctor visit in a month, you could spend more than $3789!

Or you can pay $19.95 a month!
If a family had 100 doctor visits in a year, it could cost well over $15,000!
The old model of health care has insanely expensive prices! The new (smarter way that savvy people understand) is so much easier!

Now you have a decision...

The way it looks to me is, you have two options.

Option #1

You can do nothing.

And you can pay up to $250 every time you need to get a prescription filled or get an antibiotic for a sore throat or have a skin rash. 

Or…

Option #2

You can let Telemedicine doctors come to you in the comfort of your own home when you need to be diagnosed, treated, or get your prescriptions filled— for ONE Low monthly fee…

...ANYTIME!

TeleMedPrime's Telemedicine  doctors will do all the work for you.

They'll be on call anytime you need them 24/7.

All you need to do is click the button below and fill out the form with your basic information.

You're already approved…

...even if you don't have insurance.

You can see an on-demand doctor anytime you want. And they can order tests to help identify health problems and diseases*
Which of these options seems like the best choice for you?
We both know, there are people out there who sit on their hands, do nothing, and regret it later.

Then there's the other group of people who see a good opportunity— and do something about it.

We both know there are very few who will take action.

Another thing is, most people don't know everything, you do.

Well-informed people, like you, know what's best.

I know you’re serious about your health, feeling secure, saving money, and keeping your family safe.

And I think you’re one of the people who knows what action to take to keep yourself safe (and potentially save thousands of dollars).

And if I'm right, and you're still reading this…

You'll know what to do.

Only you can decide.

* There is a heavily discounted fee (up to 70%) for blood tests and health screenings from home. And you’ll also receive a 30% discount on prescriptions for treatment.
Are you without health insurance?
Then I want to lay out the real uncensored story about how you can save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars every month in medical costs (without paying insurance premiums).

You’ll avoid ridiculously expensive insurance, doctor visits, and you can still get the prescriptions, blood work, and doctor appointments you need.

How many times have you needed to get a prescription and had to pay for a doctor’s appointment just to get essential medicine?...

Even though you and your doctor already knew what meds you needed?
And how many times did you NOT go to a doctor…
...because you simply couldn’t afford it?...
Not having insurance is frustrating, expensive— and can even threaten your life!
My name is Jenna. I'm a single mom, and I lost my health insurance. And ever since that happened… every day has been a gamble.
And I've learned to live without insurance.

But not because I wanted to…

...because I had to.

I was tired of not having access to medical care…

Lucky for me…

I found another (and much cheaper) way to talk to a doctor.

I had always wished there was a way to feel safe without spending so much money on health care and doctor visits.

To top it off… I was uninformed when it came to getting health care. I didn’t know an affordable way…

And the so-called "cheap insurance" was way too expensive for my family.

When you lose your job, get divorced, or simply don't have the money to pay for insurance, it can be scary, frustrating, and demoralizing.

And you are not alone.

In 2019 there were approximately 30 million uninsured people in the U.S.

And that was before the coronavirus pandemic happened.

Now more and more people are losing their jobs and their health insurance.
Even when money is tight, you still need medical care.

And doctor visits, blood work, lab results, and prescription prices aren't getting any cheaper— (that is unless you know the secrets of how to get discounts on blood tests, treatments, prescriptions, and doctor visits like I do)…

...and the method I found out about could save you thousands!

I get it. It can be a rough road when you live day to day without insurance.

One “little” doctor visit can put you farther and farther into debt…

...unless you know the medical secret that millions of Americans don’t even know…

… that is… until now.

Let me explain…

Medical stuff can be scary— and expensive.

Take this, for instance...

I was walking down the stairs in my house (like every other day) and I tripped...

...and I tumbled down the stairs. I thought for sure I had a broken leg.
So I crawled over the unfinished floor to the keys on the side table and somehow made it to my car. I drove myself to Urgent Care (I know it wasn’t the smartest move, but it was the only option for me)...

There was NO WAY I was going to call an ambulance.

I couldn’t afford it.

I FINALLY made it to Urgent Care, and the nurses brought a wheelchair to my car.

I was in tears…

The stress was unbearable...

I didn’t know how to steer the wheelchair in the lobby, so I was getting more and more frustrated…

… and scared.

But the scariest part wasn’t the pain...

It was the worry about money…

What if I had to pay for a cast and an x-ray.

What if I wasn’t able to work?

What if I couldn’t keep up with the bills?

I didn’t have a nest egg that would last three months.

But I got lucky. My leg wasn’t broken. I only had a sprain…

That tiny bill was over my budget. 

Thankfully it wasn’t anything more serious.

But it was still worrisome.

I paid the $150 at urgent care, and I thought that was all I needed to pay...

Then... I got a surprise medical bill in the mail for $270! 

I was shocked (but consider myself lucky) because I’ve heard medical billing horror stories that would bankrupt most people.

So I called Urgent Care, and they said there was nothing they could do to help me except to set up a payment plan. So I paid it off little by little, month by month.

Even small medical problems like an earache or the flu are expensive...

...especially if you have to pay full price for doctor appointments, prescriptions, and tests. And those little appointments and bills add up fast.

And that's just part of the story...

There are a lot of people out there hanging on by a thread financially and can't afford to see a doctor. Yet...

So many people NEED medicine.

And if you don't have insurance, it makes it even more expensive to get your meds... because you also have to pay for a doctor’s appointment on top of prescription costs, blood tests, and doctor appointments. 
And if you're low income or have no income, but still need medicine… 
It's even worse…

You have to spend time getting in to see the doctor, going to and from the appointment, wait in long lines, pay copays, pay full price for tests, pay too much for your medication…

Without insurance, the cost of regular doctor visits can be overwhelming.

Don't get me wrong. There are ways I could get some extra money…

I could get another job, or start ANOTHER side hustle…

Or I could try to raise money...

Put a jar at the gas station, or I could ask friends and family for help, or have a spaghetti dinner at the VFW. Maybe I could even get a few bucks from some local charities...

But that kind of money only goes so far…

And health care is expensive. And medical issues can come up when you least expect it.

Sometimes doctor appointments never seem to end...

It's embarrassing and frightening not being able to afford health insurance.
... and there are plenty of people who don’t have extra money...
Fortunately, I heard of a cheaper alternative way to see a doctor (that even I can afford!).

I stumbled on it when I was looking for affordable health insurance online.
But I had a feeling those “cheap insurance companies” I was getting quotes from wasn’t cheap enough...

… and those cheap quotes weren't cheap enough.

There was no way I could pay THAT kind of money for health insurance…

It was either food or health insurance.

You can guess what I picked.
And times are harder than they used to be.
I had just started getting my head above water financially. And I thought I was finally going to be able to afford health insurance this year.

So I started looking at plans. I started getting lots of phone calls from telemarketers selling me “affordable” insurance and cheap insurance.

But none of the insurance plans were affordable to me.

And then the coronavirus thing came along...

And my work got shut down.

The possibility of having insurance became even more of a pipe dream...

It seemed like EVERYTHING was taken away from me— in an instant.
I felt broken, alone, broke, alone, and depressed…

… and scared.

Not being able to pay for the things I need is more than worrisome.

Losing work...
My income isn't what it used to be, and there's no way I can pay $658 a month for insurance.
And that so-called “affordable health insurance” cost doesn’t include copays, outrageous deductibles, lab work, blood tests, or prescriptions.

Unless I want to work an extra 75.2 hours a month at a minimum wage job every month (that is if I can find another job)...

I could get health insurance if I wanted to work myself to death.

Where I live, unemployment rates have skyrocketed, and decent-paying jobs were already scarce in my little town…

And the insurance quotes I was getting cost more than the roof over my head!

I can't afford insurance.

Health insurance is one of the biggest investments a person can make, but if you don’t have it…

...if you can’t afford it...

… and you need it…
What are you supposed to do? 
Health insurance can cost more than your food and living expenses, and for some…

It’s already hard enough to cover the basics. 

Everyone HAS to eat.
To me, paying for food and having a place to live is more important than having health insurance. And I’m one of the lucky ones who doesn’t have a lot of health problems (yet). 
To me…

...health insurance is a luxury. And it’s not fair.

I know It’s not right, but that’s how it is...
And that's a big problem, and not just for me.

What if you need to talk to a doctor?

What if you need meds?

What if you need to have blood work done?

All those meds and doctor appointments and tests cost so much. And for people who need medicine and health screenings, and can’t afford it aren’t so lucky...
The National Library of Medicine stated that in 2008, more than 26,000 Americans died because they didn't have health insurance. 

1.  Now that's a lot of people…

And the number of people without insurance is going up every day. So what’s going to happen to all of the people without jobs and insurance now?
Even though health insurance isn't in my cards right now, I found something else that WILL work for me for medical care, and it can help you too.

A while ago, I saw a story on CNN talking about this thing called Telemedicine. I remembered seeing it once online when I was looking for cheap health insurance, but I didn’t really understand it.

Other than that, Telemedicine was new to me.

But I was curious and started doing lots of research because I had to figure out a different way to get access to healthcare I could afford.

And I realized telemedicine was cheaper and easier than regular doctor visits.
Surprisingly enough, telemedicine has been around for more than two decades, so it wasn’t even that new!
This ”new-to-me” way to see a doctor called, “Telemedicine," is the wave of the future. And I had no idea what it was!

It’s giving people the power to take their health into their own hands.

Now you can see a doctor anytime on the tiny screen of your smartphone, your computer, or your home phone without paying expensive insurance premiums!
You can talk to a doctor, virtually 24/7.
It's fast, cheap, easy, and secure. And you don’t even have to leave your house!

Another thing is…

Telemedicine is becoming even more popular since the coronavirus.

Forbes said Telemedicine is up 2000% because healthcare is going digital.

2.  Doctor appointments are going from in-person visits to virtual, and that's a good thing.

You can have a video call with a doctor ANYTIME you need medical advice.
One telemedicine service I saw had 1.35 million patients in one week! And another one had 100,000 video consults per day. The people who try it— love it!
And you're one of the virtual medicine pioneers who's in the know about Telemedicine doctors.
Finally, you can talk one-on-one with a licensed doctor through your computer or smartphone for mental health counseling, and even preventative health screenings. You can also get blood tests and health screenings from home*

There are millions of people like you taking advantage of these virtual doctor services.

Now it's being offered to more people across the country, and thank goodness…

...because there are a lot of uninsured people out there.

And the real problem is… 

...health insurance and health care are too expensive for a lot of regular people.
I can't afford health insurance, but thankfully...

... there's this better option that
FINALLY fits into almost any budget…

And the best thing is...

... you're already approved!
Telemedicine is available to EVERYONE.
Another good thing about Telemedicine is...

You don't need insurance to talk to a doctor.
Telemedicine doctors are real board-certified physicians, and you don't have to have insurance!!

You can get a diagnosis, access to affordable medicine, and even get discounts on the prescriptions you need sent to your local pharmacy.

You see… 
With telemedicine on your side, you can talk to a doctor anytime you want— as many times as you want. Doctors are on call 24/7 with NO copay, NO high deductible, and NEVER any hidden fees.
 
You can breathe a sigh of relief when little medical problems arise.
Even the American Medical Association is promoting virtual medicine during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here’s something else...

3.  If you don't have insurance, an average doctor appointment can cost $150-$250 per visit.

That's even if you just have a cold. And if you go to the E.R., the average cost for one emergency room visit in 2017 was $1389.

That's not including follow-ups, prescriptions, or other medical things you might need. 

4.  Here's another thing…

The World Bank estimates that COVID-19 will force more than 49 million people into extreme poverty levels. 

5.  These numbers are outrageous! 

We're already broke enough!

I want to be able to keep food on the table AND have access to a doctor.

You know what else?
Virtual Telemedicine is changing the way people access healthcare around the world.

One regular doctor visit could cost you hundreds (if not more!). 

Now, you can get unlimited doctor appointments for a year— for the price of LESS than ONE doctor visit.  
You'll also have access to doctors 24/7. And you can get brand name prescriptions sent to your pharmacy. 

      No Copay

      No Deductibles

       No Waiting In Line

       No Fine Print

There are NEVER any surprise medical fees. You know exactly what you're going to pay every single month (and it's not that much).
And best of all, there are no contracts, and you can cancel anytime.

With TeleMedPrime, you can order blood tests and health screenings without an in-person visit! You can even get tests for heart disease, diabetes, thyroid disease, hypertension, STDs, Vitamin deficiencies, anemia, low testosterone, hormone levels, and so much more…

And you can even order your own prescription after you get your results!
You can get access to unlimited TeleMedPrime Telemedicine doctors for only $19.99 a month for one person...

And it's only $24.95 for a family of 5!
And if you're not completely satisfied with the service, there's a 60-day money-back guarantee.

Look, you've seen how much it costs to go to a doctor when you don't have insurance…

And if you go to the E.R. one time, and only have one doctor visit in a month, you could spend more than $3789!
Or you can pay $19.95 a month!
If a family had 100 doctor visits in a year, it could cost well over $15,000!
The old model of health care has insanely expensive prices! The new (smarter way that savvy people understand) is so much easier!

Now you have a decision...

The way it looks to me is, you have two options.

Option #1

You can do nothing.

And you can pay up to $250 every time you need to get a prescription filled or get an antibiotic for a sore throat.

Or…

Option #2

You can let Telemedicine doctors come to you in the comfort of your own home when you need to be diagnosed, treated, or get your prescriptions filled— for ONE Low monthly fee…

...ANYTIME!

TeleMedPrime's Telemedicine doctors will do all the work for you.

They’re on call anytime you need them 24/7.

All you need to do is click the button below and fill out the form with your basic information.

You're already approved…

...even if you don't have insurance.

You can see an on-demand doctor anytime you want. And they can order tests to help identify health problems and diseases*
Which of these options seems like the best choice for you?
We both know, there are people out there who sit on their hands, do nothing, and regret it later.

Then there's the other group of people who see a good opportunity— and do something about it.

We both know there are very few who will take action.

Another thing is, most people don't know everything, you do.

Well-informed people, like you, know what's best.

I know you’re serious about your health, feeling secure, saving money, and keeping your family safe.

And I think you’re one of the people who knows what action to take to keep yourself safe (and potentially save thousands of dollars).

And if I'm right, and you're still reading this…

You'll know what to do.

Only you can decide.

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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Use only as directed. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or as a prescription for medication. Please read all packaging and labels carefully. Always consult your physician or health care provider before taking any supplement. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, please consult your physician or health care provider. The contents of this website are for informational purposes only. Not for use by children under the age of 18. Free shipping is to the United States only.
Arbitration Agreement: You and Company agree that this arbitration agreement is made pursuant to a transaction involving interstate commerce and shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act ('FAA'), and not by any state law concerning arbitration; and that any dispute between us, including disputes by either of us against any agent, officer, shareholder, member, employee, subsidiary, affiliate, predecessor in interest, successor and/or assign of the other, will be resolved exclusively and finally by binding arbitration.
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