Canadian Pharmacy Ripoff is really an Indian mail business selling fake drugs Vancouver British Columbia
Being one of many Americans left without health insurance, when I recently had need to purchase prescription drugs I took to looking for alternate sources on the Internet.
I found what I was looking for on the Canadian Pharmacy website of (((ROR redacted))), I first checked to see where they were based, and found on their website a physical address of 200-1765 West 8th Ave. Vancouver, BC, Canada V6J 5C6 and a phone number of (210) 787-1711.
This looked Canadian to me, and I placed my order for the medication I needed, it only saved 5% over the US Walgreen's price, but 5% is 5%. My order was promptly acknowledged by email@example.com, and I was informed to expect a credit card charge from 'IP-ECOMMERCE.COM (206)666-5600'.
Well the charge came through fast enough, and then I waited and waited. Finally I called (206)666-5600. Surprise, this is a number in W Washington state that is forwarded over IP to a recording referring you to a web address.
Next I tried calling (210) 787-1711, a S Texas: San Antonio number that has an answering machine, which does not identify the company but instructs you to leave a message, which I did. When did Texas succed to Canada?
No surprise here, I never received a reply nor was I ever able to reach a live human.
Some weeks later I received an envelope from India, which had been addressed to me in CRAYON, and had a return address as long as the Manhatten Phone Book. I was contemplating calling Homeland Security as I have no contacts whatsoever with India or any Indians, but bravery overcame me and I opened the package.
Within it I found 4 boxes, all different, all printed in some strange characters, which I can only assume are Indian words, containg pills. A close look at the pills showed at least two different types, some were red, others were yellow and none were the round orange pill that I buy in the US.
Did I use them? Did I hell!! They all went down the toilet along with my $150 on the credit card, as the card company state that as a product was delivered they will not issue a credit and charge back to the vendor. Despite the fact that the vendor cannot be traced.
So here is a strong word of warning - all that appears Canadian may be Punjabi or Hindi. Beware the Canadian Pharmacy, I think it is in Calcutta or some other gutter city. Make sure your Canadian druggist says Eh' after a sentance, or risk your dollars becoming Rupees.
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