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Complaint Review: Www.rxmeds-care.com Tied Associated With Xpress RX

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  • Submitted: Thu, June 07, 2007
  • Updated: Thu, June 07, 2007

  • Reported By:Blossom Texas
Www.rxmeds-care.com Tied Associated With Xpress RX
Unknown. Nationwide U.S.A.

rxmeds-care.com Tied Associated With Xpress RX Sold fake sugar pill medications for Phentermine. Ripoff city. Unknown But Their 'drugs' Come From Pakistan

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I purchased some medication called Phentermine through an on-line "Pharmacy" which said a doctor would write the prescription. I paid $400 for 90pills.

After waiting over 20 days some generic looking blue triagular pills came in a plastic bag fitted into an envelope post marked Pakistan.

After taking some of the medication I found that it was totally fake pills, not a real diet pill such as Phentermine. This is not a case of reduced dosage, there is absolutely nothing active in these pills.

I ordered this product from www.rxmeds-care.com but the copyright on the receipt and the order number was marked Xpress RX. Now if you google for Xpress RX you will find it was already shut down by FBI earlier this year and supposedly gone out of business (it was a USA based business). So it appears at least some association exists between rxmeds-care and Xpress RX.

Since they shipped these fake pills from offshore, and since they contain no controlled substances there is little the DEA or anybody else can do about it.

I have two other pending orders from this company for a total investment of $700. Their prices were among some of the highest on the web, and thats one reason I figured they were ligitimate.

There was NO prescription supplied with the fake Phentermine pills, and NO doctor's name given. But then again I guess you dont need a prescription for sugar pills.

Why did these idiots even bother to ship anything? I turend them into the DEA already.

Be sure to do a google search for any on-line pharmacy you use prior to purchasing product, I sure wish I had.

William
Blossom, Texas
U.S.A.

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