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Online Pharmacy / No delivery, no contact possible!

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I ordered medicine from an online pharmacy about a year ago. When they called me for a refill, I told them I was not interested. I am called 3 or 4 times a day from different people who speak broken English trying to get me to buy more medicine. They don't take no for an answer and they keep calling me over an over again. This is a business line so it has to be answered. This has been going on for over 8 months now and since they are a foreign company I don't know where they are.

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  • El
      8th of Jul, 2007
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    I submitted an order for 90 Xanax to Xpress-RX several months ago.The money was paid to them on 05/20. They sent me 10 Dispan and 20 Panodol (I am allergic to both). I have about 35 sheets of email in which I begged for either my money back or the proper meds. I have been totally ignored. I have every piece of correspondence as well as the meds they did send.

  • El
      8th of Jul, 2007
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    My first comments were lost--so I'll repeat. I ordered 90 XANAX pills from XpressRX for which they were paid, on 05/21 the sum of $319.96. The package they sent me contained 20 Panadol and 10 Dispirin---both of which I am allegic to. I have reams of emails in which I begged for my money returned---they completely ignore me. I have kept ALL of the paper work as well as the wrong meds. I cannot find an address for them and their phones do not respond!

  • Me
      7th of Sep, 2007
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    My mom has the same thing going on right now. She ordered something a couple times from an online pharmacy over 1 1/2 ago. THEY STILL CALL! I'm pretty sure she has spoken to every person and a few said they would not call her anymore. Then the next day or even a few hours later the phones rings and its someone from that place again. My mom doesn't want to change her phone number and often just uses her cell phone and doesn't even answer the house phone. It has actually become a game when they call and I'm over, I'll answer the phone and confuse the people.

  • Da
      8th of Dec, 2007
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    I have pharmacies calling me all the time too. As a matter of fact, it's more than one. They don't want to take no for an answer and they are very rude, and they don't even speak plain English. I requested on many occasions to be put on their no call list , I'm already on the national do not call register, they say okay. Then it can vary between minutes, hours or a day, someone from their company will call again. I asked to speak to a supervisor and was told the only way I could be put on their no call list was to except one shipment and be given a customer #. I told him, that sounded like scare tactics and I wasn't going to be pushed into ordering anything I don't want and that I was sure the phone company and attorney general would be very interested, as I was recording the conversation. He very quickly apologized and said I would be getting no more calls. I haven't heard from that particular again! I get a few a week now from various pharmacies and that is still aggravating but it is better than 3-4 times daily!

  • 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.

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