I like it that more companies are appearing doing this sort of thing. If I wanted to remove an implant I would just get my dad to do it. He’s a physician’s assistant. He sewed my hand up one time on the kitchen table after a knife accident when I was a teen. But if I didn’t have him to do it, I would just get a scalpel and take care of it
What really worries me is that the price to remove a chip is high because they are capitalizing on the nearly daily contacts we get from people suffering with early to late stage schizophrenia who 1) are adamant they have a “mind control chip implant” and 2) they will “pay good money” to have it removed / deactivated. I really hope that’s not what they are doing.
Actually they can, and often do… paying $500 for a basic RF frequency counter that’s sold to them as a “chip finder”… that’s very common. I’ve been offered thousands of dollars to help people find and remove their mind control chips… only people that have been suffering for a very long time tend to be destitute, but it takes only a few symptoms and a quick google search to find the “you’ve been chipped” crowd. It also doesn’t help that one of the first effects to show up is paranoia, which drives you further away from doctors and family and closer to the “you’re being controlled” crowd.