Gosignalrelief.com is an online vendor of Signal Relief, a transdermal pain patch. The vendor claims its pain patch delivers relief within “minutes” of the initial administration.
This is no ordinary prescription pain patch, as it is reusable and does not utilize pharmaceutical drugs to fight pain. Instead, the patch utilizes nanotechnology, which acts as a “pain filter.”
Signal Relief is very similar to the Kailo Pain Patch, as both utilize nanotechnology in place of medicine.
About The Manufacturer
The website does not provide information about the manufacturer, making it impossible to validate legitimacy.
One 3.5 Aqua Signal Relief Patch is priced at $119.95, a $29.05 reduction from the $149 Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). The only payment option available is a credit card.
The website was registered on August 31, 2020.
Amazon 2.6-Star Rating
Pain Relief has a mixture of Amazon reviews, with a 47% 1-star rating and 28% 5-star rating. The negative customer reviews are regarding ineffectiveness.
Featured In An AP News Press Release
Signal Relief is featured in an AP News press release. The content reiterates the same information found on the official website.
The press release claims the manufacturer is The Giddy Up Group located at 16 N. Oak St., Ventura, CA 93001. A business search via the California Secretary of State website did render results for The GiddyUp Group at 20 N Oak Street Ventura, CA 93001.
The GiddyUp Group is a foreign LLC in active status. The company registered through Legal Zoom on September 6, 2013.
The GiddyUp Group is not accredited by BBB. Its current BBB rating is 1-star with various customer complaints, regarding refund resolution. The company responds to each complaint professionally and timely.
According to one complaint, The GiddyUp Group is also responsible for the Kialo Pain Patch. There is no evidence to validate the accusation. However, it is very likely because both products utilize nanotechnology.
Afterword – Signal Relief Patch Scam
The Signal Relief Patch is a legit product. However, its pain relief capabilities are questionable. Yes, the company alleges longevity and instant pain relief, but the many 1-star Amazon reviews would make one question its effectiveness. This is not a miracle medical device that is guaranteed to take your pain away.
While every chronic pain sufferer would like nothing better than a safer alternative to prescription opioids, the Signal Relief Pain Patch is probably not it.
The GiddyUP Group did not discover nanotechnology. Evidence shows it dates back to 1959 when it was presented at an American Physical Society session. American Physicist Richard Feynman spoke of the technology during the lecture “There Is A Lot Of Space Down There,” which was later deemed the “Nanotechnological Paradigm.”
Fifteen years later, the technology was presented at the 1974 “International Conference on Industrial Production” in Tokyo, Japan.
Today, nanotechnology is utilized in the healthcare industry to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases, such as atherosclerosis, cancer, and Alzheimer’s.
Other than nanotechnogly, The GiddyUP Group is not forthcoming with information regarding the production of its pain patch. As a consumer, you should demand this information before paying $119 for a product that does not utilize pharmaceutical medications.
Information regarding the manufacturer, production process, and materials should be readily available to consumers.