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Complaint Review: onespotallergy.com
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When searching on google for an epipen carrier made by omaxcare I wrote in the search box www.omaxcare.com and I keep getting the following search result.
http://www.omaxcare.com/ - Onespot Allergy Blog
... President & Founder. Home · Store · About · Contact. You are here: Home ∼ http://www.omaxcare.com/. Home / Products tagged “http://www.omaxcare.com/” ...
The problem is that when you link on the above listed search result you are taken to a website that makes you believe you are buying an omaxcare product when is not.
This is the url of the destination page once you click on the above google search results.
Having to carry life saving medicines is extremely stressful and the fact that a website such as www.onespotallergy.com is deceiving consumers by putting up a webpage that makes you believe you found the product you wanted and sell you some cheap item that is not even close to the real thing is simply a fraudelent consumer act.
Please help stop this Canadian company from trying to deceive US consumers by making them believe they are buying a US company brand product.
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