A classic Bait and Switch Scheme
According to their website, a licensed pharmacist will dispense your prescriptions. The bottle received has a white label printed as Phentermine 37.55mg 33s. Mfg date: Oct 2007 Exp date: Oct 2010.
Shockingly, there is No licensed pharmacist name listed on the prescription bottle. The faded blue specked knockoff pills were made in exact imitation of the real Phentermine 37.5mg with the intention to deceive customers.
According to their website, it states Our drug store delivers drugs to you with our assurance of quality and authenticity. Our pharmacists are among the best in the business.
When their number was called several times to speak to customer service for a refund, there is a recording saying their customer service was busy. It does not allow you to leave a message, but to send an email thru chat, which was offline and the call disconnects.
Their website says We are open seven days a week to serve you better please call us or email us. We are the drug industry leader in service.
The order was placed on May 23, 2008.
According to their website, for an additional cost of $29 the order could ship via USPS Priority or FedEx ground shipping. That method was selected and immediately added to the order.
Surprisingly, the order was delivered by the mailman on June 7, 2008 in a large 14x11 manila bubble mailer handle with care envelope stamped US Postage Corpus Christi, TX June 4, 08 Amount $2.26. The From label says ISF Inc PO Box 1289 Houston TX 77061-1289.
Generally, the US postal service uses either a Red & White with blue writing USPS Priority Sticker or their own Priority envelopes or boxes for All Priority mailings for 2-3 day shipping and it does not cost $2.26.
Where did the $26.74 go?
Ft Lauderdale, Florida