"Hello! How Do You Do, and HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you BJ... Best Wishes NOW....and for the rest of the year! (You haven't been on in a while...I hope everything is OK)
Have a GREAT "ME" DAY :)
Hey, why don't you come join us in the TuD…"
"Dexcom will surely tell you not to do it, but if you own it you are free to use it any way you want, even for "off label" usage. Medical professionals will not recommend this, but medical professionals also recommend changing the lancet…"
"Even ignoring insurance issues, selling a Dexcom to another USA citizen is NOT legal: it was prescribed for one person, and is a prescription-only Device.
There would also be questions of insurance fraud, if you (or anyone else) received payment for…"
"Well what you are saying makes sense about insurance fraud and such . . . unfortunately, we paid cold hard cash for the unit about six months ago . . . tried to use it twice with no success . . . tried to donate to our local diabetes organization…"
"The issue is that if you acquired a dexcom funded by your insurance with no intent to use it, and then immediately sold it to get it's value back (that you never paid) that would certainly be insurance fraud. Even if the intent isn't…"
"People have had arguments about that on this site before, but I haven't seen anything from anyone authoritative. (You know like an actual lawyer). Since you own it legally it sounds like you should be able to sell it."
"If it is Illegal, e-bay will not allow it to be sold on their site. There are some exclusion clauses even for medical device that needs prescription. Many of such devices are restricted but not all. It appears that our CGM device is not one of the…"
"Yeah it gets fuzzy I think, b/c you do, technically, need a Rx to get something like this. I can't say w/ certainty if it is actually illegal or not, but if you're selling it to a friend (and if I were in your shoes), then I'd go…"
"Thanks for the replies. I wasn't planning to sell it here, actually a friend of ours has indicated a desire to have one on hand for a back-up system in case her daughter's begins to malfunction. I just want to make sure I'm not…"
"Sorry to hear about the toleration issues with your child :( It is unfortunate when a potentially useful tool causes more hassles than what it is worth. To answer your question, unfortunately it cannot be marketed/sold on TuDiabetes. I know people…"
Hi everyone . . . wondering what the legalities are for selling a used system . . . child with sensory issues cannot tolerate having anything "attached" to body and we have a system sitting here that was used for just one week?See More
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