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AmericanRxleader / unauthorised charges after 30 day trial period was over,and i called to cancel the membershi[

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i signed up with AmericanRxLeader.com, to order somemedication, but they did not deliver my first order, i was told there was 30 day paid trial period for which they charged 19.95 dollars.I called to cancel my subscription but they continue to charge 19.95 dollars monthly without my authorisation.I would like to have them refund those charges


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  29th of Mar, 2009
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I ordered from americanrxleader in February of 2009 and never received my order! I sent an email demanding a refund and never received that either. The total was about $110.00.
  2nd of Apr, 2009
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They are a total scam and are affiliated with 87offer.com
The scam is that they charge you a 'processing fee' as they call it which on the site they refer to as a membership fee which you'll see as EZ Healthplan or something or other. There are other sites that are all interconnected to this scam operation and the address is in Florida. When you call you get some a**hole operator that claims either that they are nothing but a call ctr. for them or a processing ctr. Each time the story changes. I already called to file a fraudulent charge against them and now I am formally filing with the BBB. It's only 19.95 though now I have to cancel my CC as my bank cannot block these pieces of sh*&.
  17th of May, 2009
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I almost ordered from them until I looked here. You can find out more interesting info by just doing a Domain name search. They use an anonymous e-mail, Hushmail along with proxys to hide their true identity. Yjr listed Admin is: admin-c: CCOM-1147269 proxyholder@hush.com which is just a doubly encrypted method so knowone can find out who they are. They seem to be connected to Rxdose.com who also use a different proxy service register and there other website.

Another way of registering a complaint to realy hurt them would be to send off your complaint to their Domain name administrator and let them know they are hosting a website involved in online fraud. You can find out the websites hosting address by doing a little digging. Unfortunatly these guys use servers that make a living hosting Spam sites so it's unlikely they would do anything since they probably get lots of complaints.
  18th of Jul, 2009
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AmericanRxleader - Online scam
United States

Online pharmacy - ordered medication. Not only was medication not received, but a continuous monthly fee of $19.95 taken automatically from credit card account. Contact Page says "Bad Link?" Am going to have to stop payment through my credit card company, as pharmacy is not cooperating.
  11th of May, 2010
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I hate to tell you this, but the only way to stop this charge is to cancel your credit card.

For years, and especially more so since about 2006, there has been a major surge in emailed spam for so-called 'Canadian Pharmacies'. According to reports, this has also caused significant harm to the legitimate pharmacies in Canada according to their industry associations.

Several gangs exist, primarily Yambo Financials, and a Russia-based gang that is headed by Leo Kuvayev and Alex Polyakov, and possibly other gangs. Leo Kuvayev was arrested in the United States and while awaiting trial on charges of selling prescription drugs online, made bail and upon release from jail, left the country and soon was sending large quantities of email spam for pharmaceuticals, largely prescription drugs.

One can tell these sites from legitimate pharmacies, due to domain naming techniques employed by the spammers. One gang uses domains with two words run together, such as prizechange, always followed by .com, and the other uses seemingly nonesense words, like qiyidevoh, always followed by .cn (domain extension for China). Most of the sites look very similar, although at times there are differences, or new versions of the pages appear.

Most of the offerings of the spam gang sites are for drugs like Viagra, Cialis, or opioid painkillers like Vicodin or Oxycontin. However for the most part the pills shipped are either very low strength, having been made from full-strength pills that were 'cut', or are nothing more than placebos with no actual drug content in them, thus adding to the damage, and the dangers, of purchasing from these sites.

These companies are attempting to get your personal and credit card information. Do not answer these emails. Do not place an order with them.

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