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If I'm not mistaken, you posted essentially the same question three times, and got a total of eight responses (one from "slavaret" seemed very helpful). As noted there, it was hard for at least two of us who visited the website to determine what it was exactly that you were selling, to whom, and why they would want whatever it was. Two weeks later, the site still looks the same.
It's difficult to comment on the viability of any business unless we understand what it is. Are you selling something that an individual would buy for an elderly parent, and if so, what does it provide that a telephone doesn't already? Are you selling something an institution like a retirement community would buy to replace or expand devices on their internal monitoring systems? Why, when I click on a product, do I get a different item, name, and description than what you say you are selling -- and why does clicking on that item for more detail take me to another site altogether with even more product choices? If WE can't tell what the deal is, potential customers will also be confused.
Please take a second look at the feedback offered by "slavaret" a couple of weeks ago.