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Licensed-Rx.com / Online scam

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I purchased a prescription drug from Licensed-Rx.com, and filled out the online health questionnaire. The pills came in about 3-weeks, and looked like the real deal. ( I looked them up on the internet, and the size, shape and imprint codes looked authentic)

I had taken this drug in the past, so I'm well aware of what it should do, and I also knew that it had a very distinctive 'bitter' taste. The pills Licensed-Rx.com sent did NOTHING, and had no bitter taste at all.

I wrote the company immediately, because they offer a 30-day money back guarantee on shipping, and satisfaction of the product. Well, obviously I wasn't satisfied, so I wrote requesting a refund of 324.00.

They sent several emails stating how sorry they were that I wasn't happy, and offered to ship a new batch. I accepted, because at this point, I figured I was out the money...and maybe...just maybe the new batch would be the real thing. NOT! I received the exact same pills as before...and they did NOTHING.

The Emails they send are always very polite, and vague about the situation, and they never seem to address what you put in your emails. It's almost like they don't actually read yours. I mentioned Refund MANY times, but they NEVER addressed or offered a refund...but only offered to re-ship.

Bottom line...the company will NOT refund your money, but will instead keep offering to send more fake drugs, and keep you in an email war. Please do NOT take a chance with this Online Pharmacy...it is a total Scam.

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  • Mi
      7th of Apr, 2009
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    ive also just recently ordered that same "bitter tasting" medicine from this website. xanax. a SLIGHT bitter taste when left in my mouth, and it DEF does something to you, but it is NOT the same reaction.not even close. i should be able to take one and pass out. My 2mg bars came with NO imprints or codes, and you are correct when you say they are "vague" when answering questions via "live" chat.they offered me a re shipment, i accepted, if they send me more of the SAME pills that have no effect i will request a refund, and they WILL give it to me. you cant STEAL from ppl like that.i will keep this posted.

  • Ta
      23rd of Nov, 2009
    0 Votes

    they have called me as well and offered me a deal on some medication and it was to be sent to china what the hell is that about all the way to china. i am afraid to send them anykind of money not knowing if it's the real meds or not...

  • Ta
      23rd of Nov, 2009
    0 Votes

    THEY HAVE CALLED SEVERAL TIMES TRYING TO GET ME TO ORDER MEDICATIONS I DON'T TRUST SENDING MONEY TO CHINA AND AS I READ OTHER PEOPLE DID NOT GET THE RIGHT MEDICATIONS IT WAS LIKE A DUPLICATE AND COMING ALL THE WAY FROM CHINA AND WON'T REFUND YOUR MONEY YET THEY SAY THEY WILL THIS DOES NOT SOUND LIGITAMATE AND I WOULDN'T TRUST THE EITHER. JUST BY COMMENTS I HAVE READ FROM OTHER PEOPLE.

  • Cl
      11th of May, 2010
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    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.

  • Dp
      14th of May, 2010
    0 Votes

    are there any that are real?

  • Ni
      2nd of Jun, 2010
    0 Votes

    I ordered pills from Licensedrxpharmacy.com and got the pills today which is 3 weeks later. They are fake pills.. I took them to a real pharmacy and they said that they are marked correctly but that actual pill is a dud. It has no taste like the normal phentermine does. I was extreamly LIVID and I didnt think that they would be coming from INDIA either. I called as soon as I got home and they kept trying to send me more pills for free. I had to get rude and said NO I want my refund I was out $320 bucks and I demand my money back. Finally the guy said I would get an email saying I will be refunded. But I checked and no email was sent. I will keep fighting with them until I get my money!

    Nicole

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