Like & Share Contest – Win FREE Ridmozzie

Did you know that mosquitoes kill more humans than snakes worldwide?


Prevent you and your loved ones from falling victim to the host of mosquito-transmitted diseases like dengue by winning FREE Ridmozzie mosquito-control treatments for a whole year (worth RM4,800). We also have 3 FREE vouchers worth RM400 each up for grabs. If you are not the lucky one don’t be upset we have another 5 consolation prizes of RM100 worth of pest control. *

The environmentally-friendly proven PlantZom technology turns plants into mosquito killing machines. This plant-based organic formulation provides long-lasting protection of up to 28 days and is effective even during rainy seasons.

To participate in this contest to be in the running for free Ridmozzie mosquito control treatments for a year, just like this page and share this post.


  1. The winner of Ridmozzie mosquito treatments for a year must have the most shared and liked post.
  2. By taking part in this campaign, you have indicated that you have read and agreed to all the terms and conditions stipulated by the organizer as well as the final decisions of the judges.
  3. The Campaign will run from 07 August 2015 till 07 September 2015.
  4. The offer is limited to Klang valley only.

For further inquiries, please contact us at 1-800-88-1777 (Toll Free) or at 03-4143 1777.

How to participate

  • Like and share this post.
  • IMPORTANT: Your facebook profile must be public during the contest period so we can track your progress.

Terms & Conditions

  1. By taking part in this campaign, you have acknowledged that you have read, understood and agreed to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  2. To be entitled to Ridmozzie mosquito treatments for a year or free vouchers, please like and share this event link as much as you can.
  3. Winners for the consolation prize will be selected by a lucky draw.
  4. Ridpest reserves the sole and absolute right to alter or end the Campaign at any time prior to the expiry of the Campaign Period without giving any prior notice and no compensation in cash or in kind shall be given.

The second attack worse : Say No To Aedes

Aedes mosquitoes bite humans are active during the day rather than at dawn or dusk only ! Some 2.5 billion people, or about 40 percent of the global population, are at risk from dengue, WHO says. The disease infects between 50 to 100 million people a year. The most severe form afflicts some 500,000 a year, killing an estimated 2.5 percent or 22,000 [1].   In Malaysia, The number of dengue cases reported this year is close to 65,000, which is more than the corresponding period last year. Worse of all, the death toll is 157, which is double of same corresponding last year [2].

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New Mom dies of dengue three days after giving birth

Three more dengue fever fatalities were found in Johor Baru this week including a 28-year-old woman in Taman Kobena who had just given birth and died of dengue fever after three days.

The other victims were an 11-year-old girl in Taman Daya and and a 35-year-old Bangladeshi man in Taman Desa Cemerlang. They died between July 5 and 11.
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Dengue Is Deadlier That It Used To Be, According to History

Dengue fever has existed for more than 300 years. During most of that time, it was described as unpleasant, but seldom a deadly disease. However, once a lethal variant called dengue haemorrhagic fever or DHF appeared in the 1950s, the intensity, frequency and deadliness of the disease outbreaks have started.

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Dengue fever outbreaks : 6 Simple Habits To Prevent Mosquito Bites

Updated: July 3, 2015

The hot tropical climate of Malaysia presents a perfect opportunity for mosquitoes to thrive and spread diseases. Dengue is one of them. According to various sources [1], The number of dengue cases reported this year is close to 50,000, a 74% increase over the corresponding period last year. Worse of all, the death toll is 157, which is double of same corresponding last year [2]. The new strain is also causing inflammation to the brain along with “acute liver failure” and inflammation of the liver. Reeling from a severe dengue outbreak, the Health Ministry is still searching for answers. Unfortunately, wherever you are, in a jungle or high-rising building, there is no guarantee that you will escape mosquito bites. However, there are habits that, if you maintain on a daily basis, will you guard you and your family from mosquito harm.
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The Geographical Distribution of Dengue Fever

Presently, around 2,5 billion people are at risk from dengue fever. It’s been estimated by the world health organization (WHO) that there might be around 50 million cases of dengue infection expected every year. More than 609,000 cases have been reported in the Americas in 2001 alone, double the number recorded in same region in 1995.

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Dengue Fever Cases 3x From 2013

Another Dengue Fever In The News

Quoted from The Stars Sunday newspapers:

Deputy Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahya said there were 143 fatalities compared to 47 in the same period last year, mostly in Selangor and Kelantan.

“The Government cannot tackle the dilemma alone”, he stressed.

Dengue Fever Tripled!The numbers are rising and this is not a good sign. Selangor including Kuala Lumpur have the highest number of people and it is easy for mosquitoes to cause more harm.

We will need to take action together to reduce dengue fever.

Dengue Fever Red Alert! Stop It Before It’s Too Late

Aedes Causes Dengue Fever

Our Health Ministry reported that dengue cases have surpassed 76,079 as on 1st October 2014 which is 254% from a year ago. More worrying is that it has fatalities of 146, more than double that of the last year. The highest number of dengue cases is recorded in Selangor with a total of 37,077 which is almost 50% of the total cases in Malaysia. Datuk Seri Dr. S. Subramaniam who is the Health Minister Subramaniam has called the current outbreak “the worst in our national history” and warned of another spike in November at a press conference recently.

This has concerned our Government which is setting up a ‘task force’ immediately to combat dengue fever. The dengue threat is endemic, has no vaccine, uncontrollable and is putting burden on health care costs. It is truly a GREAT THREAT that we cannot ignore – it may strike anyone, rich or poor and our families are not spared.

We have a solution… A revolutionary strategy that solves the missing puzzle in breaking the life cycle of the mosquitoes. How?

Plants are natural habitat for mosquitoes and at some point in their life cycles, adult mosquitoes will inevitably come in contact with plants. Therefore, plants are what we should focus on as part of our mosquito reduction program.

Solution to Prevent Dengue Fever

Spraying Plants with RidMozzieRIDMozzie is a new treatment that is sprayed on plants. It has an innovative Spiderweb technology that uses little pesticides while spreading it to cover the plants completely and protects the active ingredient from harsh weathers. One treatment alone provides a long lasting residue up to 28 days (rain or shine), giving a 24/7, 360 degrees exposure to kill any mosquitoes that land on the plant surfaces.

Call Rohani at 03 – 4143 1777 to stop dengue fever the effective way today and protect our kids and loved ones now before it’s too late. You’ll be glad you did!

p/s: We are running an introductory offer and have some Discount Vouchers to giveaway.