Hello Kansuke and welcome to the forum
. You've come to the right place for Hep C treatment information, there are many great and very experienced people here who love to help.
I'm from Egypt so I'm a bit familiar with Tour N' Cure which is a Hep C treatment program offered by the Egyptian pharmaceutical company 'Pharco'. It's a good endeavor and Pharco's medications are of good quality (they were proven to be bio-equivalent to Gilead's very expensive medications in medical trials), however the program didn't take off due to its relatively high cost. As you mentioned, good quality generics can be ordered online from the comfort of your home and delivered to your door step for much less. Dr James Freeman and FixHepC have been doing just that for over 3 years now. If you look around the 'Patients Stories' section of the forum, you will be able to read dozens of stories from patients who were successfully cured by medications supplied by FixHepC. 'MonkMed' was a supplier in the past for FixHepC from India, but I believe that right now, FixHepC sources its medications directly from a reputable Indian manufacturer, 'Hetero Drugs', which produces its Hepatitis C medications under license from Gilead Sciences® (the originator), which guarantees that they are bio-equivalent.
To order medications online through FixHepC, you only need a doctor's prescription. Once you have it, you can go to the order page and place your order, it's pretty simple. They also offer money back delivery guarantee for complete peace of mind.
The cure rate with modern medications (called DAAs) has been proven to be about 95%, so yes, after 3 months of treatment, you have a 95% chance of being completely cured. For the remaining 5%, re-treatment is entirely possible with extremely high success rates as well.
Regarding the best treatment option from the table you attached, the cure rate of 95% that I mentioned has been proven with the following medications : Sofosbuvir + Ledipasvir (Harvoni) which treats genotypes 1,4,5,6 ; Sofosbuvir + Velpatasvir (Epclusa) which treats all genotypes ; and Sofosbuvir + Daclatasvir (Sovaldi + Daklinza) which treats all genotypes. More importantly, these medications also have generics available (not all originator medications have generics available).