About Test Strips 4 Cash

Test Strips 4 Cash is a family operated business run by Rob and Laurel Brooks with help from their son Joshua. Test Strips 4 Cash does business under the DBA (Doing Business As) name “Laurel Mountain Products” in the State of New York.

PH: 800-583-0073 Please call Rob to give your test strips information or ask any questions. If you get my voice mail, please leave your name + phone number including area code and I will return your call very soon.

Email: rob@teststrips4cash.com

Here's our personal story.

Joshua with 1999 Miss America and diabetes activist Nicole Johnson
Joshua with 1999 Miss America and diabetes activist Nicole Johnson at diabetes summer camp - Camp Nejeda, NJ in 2002.

Our son Joshua got diabetes type 1 twelve years ago exactly on his 8th birthday. It wasn’t much of a birthday; he spent 4 days in the hospital. He has been using an insulin pump for 10 years. We understand the challenges of people like you or your loved ones with diabetes type 1 and 2.

My wife Laurel and I (my name is Rob) have found a way to help hundreds to thousands of people all across the USA by buying your excess diabetes test strips and redistributing them at a low cost to people who can’t afford full retail price due to lack of insurance or other reasons.

When you decide to sell your excess diabetes test strips. TestStrips4Cash offers many reasons for you to do business with us instead of others who may seem to offer a similar program. The #1 reason is we pay you the highest prices for your test strips compared to most similar companies. Please see FAQ question #15 for more reasons.

We use our financial resources to make a difference in the world. Here are a few of our latest activities. Currently we are involved with a local group to feed lunches to kids who don’t have the means to eat lunch. Also sheltering unemployed families and helping them get working again. In Aug 2009 Laurel traveled to Kenya with the organization “Build the Village” to help train Sunday school teachers to minister more affectively with children.