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Canadian Pharmacy / Unsolicied E-mail

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How do I get off of this mailing list...It is very frustrating.

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  • Hu
      1st of Mar, 2009
    0 Votes

    After googling the 210 787 1711 number & discovering this was a scam, I called VISA & had the charges reversed.
    I am now being threatened by these scammers. Ooooh scaryyyyyyy!!!
    I received this email in my inbox today. I am also cancelling the credit card. I was also informed by my credit card provider that the charges were going to be repeated each month.
    When you get the confirmation email, their English is mediocre & their tracking website doesn't exist.

    Recently you placed an order with us for:
    1 pack of Viagra + Cialis - $69.99
    Delivery - $10.95
    Total: $80.94

    We have received the chargeback/dispute from you and unfortunately we are not aware of the reason.

    As you haven't contacted our support department to solve this problem your chargeback/dispute now is treated as Fraudulent.
    All details, including original order form, username, IP addresses and access logs bearing members IP addresses and/or e-mail
    addresses and username will be forwarded to the issuing Credit Card Company (Fraud Division), FBI (Credit Card Fraud Division)
    and all Credit Reference Agencies which will probably result in a query into members credit card payment habits.
    Credit Card Fraud is a serious crime and will not be tolerated.

    Yours sincerely,
    Billing Depatment

  • Kr
      22nd of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Same here. Even using my email address so they can't be traced.

  • Kr
      22nd of May, 2009
    0 Votes

    Someone should look into "Canadian Pharmacy" unsolicited messages. If they are a serious business they should care. There seems to be malicious use of fake messages that no matter how you try to find out who sent them or stop them, always return you to "Canadian Pharmacy" with no working choices as to getting off their list.

  • Mo
      27th of Jun, 2009
    0 Votes


    The guy is not just a spammer. He's actually a criminal phisher. He sends spams to collect credit card numbers to steal money your.

    The guy is well documented in the following urls. He's the kingkong of all spams according to the spamhause: "Canadian Pharmacy".

    He's known as;

    Jonathan Owens (current) (previous) (current) (previous)
    640 Grand Ave.
    Carlsbad, North San Diego County
    CA 92008-2365
    +1 (760) 730-9864

    You can find his foot prints by searching the following keywords;

    210-888-9089 - Canadian Pharmacy
    845-709-8044 - Bogus university degree
    718-524-2096 - Bogus OEM software
    210 East 59st Street New York, NY 10021

    The good news is that this scammer has extreme hatered against receiving spams. It's rather irony, isn't it? So forward all the spams to the following email addresses. Send them using different email addresses as many as possible, so that he won't be able to block your email addresses. He has the tendency that if you send a lot of spams to him, he will remove you from his spam databases. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN REMOVE FROM HIS SPAMBASE! You can also automate your email system to redirect to him. Then congratulations!
    You will get far less spams!

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