Ever since Nembutal became available on the Internet, scammers have attempted to exploit the growing demand by elderly people wanting ‘an insurance policy for the future’. It is a sad thing indeed that over the years, scammers have become very successful (and presumably wealthy) as they rip people off left, right and centre.
Scammers use Western Union, Money Gram, iTunes & Amazon giftcards and, of course, Bitcoin accounts. They make fancy websites, stealing the images and logos used in this book as they go hunting for business. Your business. On the Internet, the old adage is true. ‘If it sounds too good to be true, it is too good to be true’. Nembutal is an illegal drug. If it looks easy to buy online, it will be a scam!
Whether there is one scammer (with many names) or many different scammers, we need to be clear. Dr Philip Nitschke does NOT sell Nembutal. If you find a website where he ‘appears’ to be selling Nembutal, this is a scammer impersonating him. Nor does Philip or Exit recommend anyone.
If in doubt, check Exit International’s Nembutal Scams website at: www.nembutalscams.com It’s free, accurate and up to date thanks to your reader feedback.