Standard scam pharmacies identifiers

Crispin Green

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Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
 

Chris Brogan

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Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
I think that instead of using"they" and "their," you should use "some."
 

John Swain

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Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
This is a godsend piece of information! We need more people like you here. Thanks again for informing me!
 

Ian Talbot

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Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
A very nice list, but point 10 isn't clear. A website may be slow due to many reasons, and technical problems is one of them.
 

Dian Slay

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
What if a pharmacy practises #7 only as a way of getting more customers and not to scam people?
 

Ruth Webster

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
I can confirm that the second point is true.
 

Joan Marriner

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
Some of these pharmacies run on safe websites to make the con more official.
 

Graeme Finnie

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
Thanks for the tips. I simply run the online pharmacy URL link on Pharmacychecker.com.
 

Wilson Bowen

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
On the none provision of online live customer service support was spot on. These fakes never do.
 

Darlene Morton

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
The number 7th sign got me cracking up. It's almost like it's something similar with all of these fake online pharmacies.
 

Moises Harding

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
You forgot to add offering unbelievably worrying discounts on very expensive products.
 

Quinten Padilla

New member
Hello mates? I thought it helpful to share this small list of the chief identifiers of scam pharmacies. Please add more to top the list, too.

1. They run on non-secure websites.

2. They do not provide live customer care services.

3. Their list of available drugs isn't often updated.

4. Their websites are quite slow.

5. They're not approved by any regulatory bodies.

6. Some display fake approval seals.

7. Most of them trade in ED drugs alone.

8. This customer care team never responds to queries.

9. They belong to an affiliate program.

10. Some are slow.

11. They don't give precise location of their stores.
From my observations, it seems like men are more of the targeted people of these fake online pharmacies. The question is why?
 
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