It's Not Just Spam Anymore
It's Organized Crime


These sites listed below, most being registered in the US are spamming, scamming and controlled from foreign nations.

It is simply mind-boggling how huge this criminal fraud activity really is. It is definately organized crime... This time organized internet crime.

Maybe the FTC, FBI, FCC, ICANN will see this huge page of fraudsters...


The money they collect for products (you will probably never receive) could be being laundered to fund 'real' terrorist activities, going for weapons to murder more innocent people.

Be aware... don't get caught in a CIA, FBI sting just for using these sites.
Don't lose your MONEY to these internet terrorist's scams

WE suggest you start complaining openly, vociferously...
starting here..

ic3.gov
File a government complaint online
badbusinessbureau
scamvictimsunited

IF YOU CAME FROM OUR HEADLINES PAGE YOU CAN
QUICK JUMP TO THE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION HERE


NOTE: Even these sites that might occasionally deliver some
fake or real product are noted by FBI and other goverment authorities
as Identity Theft and Credit Card Fraud sites


Added on 12-02-06 - DEA WARNING
Jump to DEA Notice Here
They are telling you that these scam pharmacy sites
are LYING about the law and drug imports


Have you been on places like Phentermine.com or PhenForum.com telling the world that you have been buying Phentermine without a 'legal' prescription? Are owners of many of these forum sites really just drug affiliates pushing these illegal pharmacy sites for profit?


Terrorists' use of Internet spreads
By Jon Swartz, USA TODAY
SAN FRANCISCO ó Cyberfraud, ranging from credit card theft to money laundering, is the latest wrinkle in terrorists' use of the Internet.

It's "the new cash cow" for terrorists to finance operations, says John Pironti, a security consultant at tech consultant Unisys. Online scams are harder to trace because they are relayed through a sophisticated network of individuals and Web sites worldwide, he says. And many schemes originate from abroad, where cyberlaws don't exist or law enforcement is lax.

In dozens of incidents the past few months, groups linked to terrorism have stolen credit card numbers over the Internet, laundered money and hijacked Web sites, security experts say.

The recent surge in activity has given counterterrorism specialists, already concerned with threats to physical structures, another worry. Like their colleagues in the FBI, Secret Service, the Treasury Department and elsewhere, they must bone up on Internet technology to match wits with the criminals.

For several years, groups including al-Qaeda have used cyberspace for communications, recruiting and propaganda. Now they've branched into other areas. Credit card numbers are often swiped through hacking attacks and phishing, fraudulent e-mails that trick consumers into surrendering personal information.

There are indications terrorists may next steal trade secrets from U.S. companies as their computer skills improve and they begin to work with organized crime in Eastern Europe. The stolen documents could then be sold to rogue foreign businesses or held for ransom, security experts say.

Terrorism.org

A few months ago, Imam Samudra, convicted of masterminding the bombing that killed 202 in Bali, Indonesia, in 2002, wrote a jailhouse manifesto on the funding of terrorism through cyberfraud.

A chapter in his obscure autobiography ó titled "Hacking, Why Not?" ó directs fellow Muslim radicals to Indonesian-language Web sites and chat rooms for instructions on online credit card fraud and money laundering. "Any man-made product contains weakness because man himself is a weak creature," Samudra writes. "So it is with the Americans, who boast they are a strong nation."

Evidence collected from Samudra's laptop showed he tried to finance the bombing through cyberfraud, law-enforcement officials say.

In October, a suspected Palestinian supporter of Middle Eastern terrorist groups posted several credit card numbers online and instructions for stealing databases of other active credit card numbers from the Web sites of U.S. businesses.

Internet use by terrorists mirrors that of criminals. While some security experts fear a cyberstrike could disrupt power supplies to millions of homes, disrupt air traffic control systems and shut down water supplies, most agree terror groups are more likely to exploit the Internet for financial gain and to spread propaganda. The number of terrorist-related Web sites has rocketed to 4,350 from a dozen in 1997.

Terrorist organizations have graduated to the Internet to steal because it reaches more potential victims and is harder to trace, says Evan Kohlmann, an international terrorism consultant who runs the Web site Globalterroralert.com.

Previously, militants used more conventional ways for funding, Kohlmann says. The Roubaix gang in France robbed armored cars to help fund terrorist activities in the mid-1990s. And the group behind the abortive millennium attack on the Los Angeles airport robbed supermarkets in Canada and engaged in traditional credit card fraud, he says.

"It is a paradox: Those movements who criticize Western technology and modernity are using the West's most advanced communication technology, the Internet, to spread their message," Gabriel Weimann, a professor in Israel who follows cyberterrorism, said in an e-mail.

But the U.S. government should not dismiss the possibility of a large-scale electronic attack by terrorists against the nation's computer systems, says Richard Clarke, the former White House head of counterterrorism. He made the comments at the RSA security conference in San Francisco last week.

Digital cat and mouse

Federal investigators are locked in an escalating game of digital cat-and-mouse with cyberterrorists. "The FBI understands that some terrorist organizations, like criminals, could exploit the Internet to further their goals," FBI spokeswoman Megan Baroska says. FBI policy prohibits it from discussing ongoing investigations, she says.

The departments of Justice, State, Treasury and Homeland Security and intelligence agencies have identified a broad range of potential Internet vulnerabilities and are constantly developing policies. They compare the fight against terrorist financing to the war against money-laundering drug traffickers.

"As Internet technologies become more advanced, so do those who use them for illicit and illegal activities," says Dexter Ingram, director of information-security policy for the Business Software Alliance and a former analyst for the House Committee on Homeland Security's cybersecurity subcommittee. "Security must remain a continuous process. It's a never-ending cycle."

Still, the feds' ranks are in flux. Robert Liscouski, assistant director of the Department of Homeland Security, resigned in January after the Bush administration nominated a federal judge to head the department.

In October, Amit Yoran, director of the department's cybersecurity division, resigned amid criticism from the tech community that he lacked clout.

Clarke has called for the appointment of a cybersecurity czar in the White House to coordinate actions between the FBI, CIA and other government agencies.

"After 9/11, the emphasis has clearly been on physical infrastructure rather than cybersecurity," says Paul Kurtz, executive director of the Cyber Security Industry Alliance, a non-profit trade group of software and hardware companies. "That's understandable. But cyberspace is where the bad guys are going."


If you don't think this is BIG TIME Organized Crime..
Check this out!

http://resrep.gov.mp/

then this one
http://resrep.gov.mp/index_files/

A US government site

Welcome to my website. I am Pedro Agulto Tenorio (Pete A.), the Resident Representative to the United States for the US Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI). I am deeply honored and privileged to serve you in our nation's Capital. My single most important responsibility is to represent you, the people, to listen to your concerns and to assist each one of you in whatever way I can.

A US Rep involved in this kind of scam marketing and practices? Crime at top US government levels or Organized Crime bold enough to hack into a government website? Either way.... We're screwed if we do not, as the victims, put a stop to this crap.

We notified the FBI about this site and the scam sites were immediately removed. These internet terrorists, i.e. Organized Crime, are dangerous to all our well-being.


(notice if you are looking for LEGAL Phentermine from a VALID online pharmacy.. go to the bottom of this article and read the advice from one.)

Spam Sites Scam Sites

online-phentermine.onlinevi.com/
life-insurance.byynonline.com/
*.onlinevi.com/
online-casino.onlinevi.com/
online-phentermine.onlinevi.com/
*.pxbonline.com/
*.kwiz.biz
*.byynonline.com/
*.LTXT.COM
*.PHENTERMINE-AND-375-AND-CHEAP-LEADING-PHARMACY.INFO
*.PHENTERMINE-RESIN-TOP-DEALS.INFO
*.DIETARY-TIPS.COM
*.ADVANCEDIET.COM
*.DIET123WORKS.COM
*.THENAMESSERVER.NET
*.ONLINE-SHOP-SITE-PILLS.INFO
*.DNS-STATUS.COM
*.DNSACCOUNT.NET
*.DOMAINSERVICE.COM
*.order-adipex-now.com/
*.phentermine---ability-to-concieve-leading-pharmacy.info
*.advancediet.com/
*.scan-diet.net/
*.phenterminefree-overnight-fedex-pharmacy-2003.info
*.buyphentermine-1.com/
*.phentermine-diet-pills-diet-pills-leading-pharmacy.info/
*.diet123works.com/
*.phentermine-order-and-ship-florida-address-top-deals.info
*.netbanano.com
*.COMPLETELY-NET.COM
*.SELECTED-NET.COM
*.PLATINUM-NET.COM
*.debtsolutionadvisor.com
*.1PLACELOAN.COM
*.TAKE-DNS.NET
*.quickapply.com
*.data3001.com
*.THECARLOANCENTER.COM
*.PAYDAYANGELS.COM
*.CARLOANPROVIDER.COM
*.cashadvanceexpert.com
*.quotematch.com
*.ian.com
*.expedia.com
201.americanexpress.com
*.americanexpress.com
*.travelocity.com
*.site59.com
*.hotwire.com
*.pharmacy-4u.net
*.xlpharmacy.com
*.top-pharmacy.us
*.the-leading-pharmacy.us/
*.pharmacy-deals.us
*.global-pharma.net
*.medicalmanagement.ag
*.insurance.com
*.insureme.com
*.bestcarinsurancesite.com
*.finance-4u.com
*.firstusa.com
*.hsbcapply.com
*.freecreditreport.com
*.membershipme.com
*.insurewithprudential.com
*.pacificpoker.com
*.partypoker.com
*.kspoker.com
*.titanpoker.com
*.noblepoker.com
*.pokerroom.com
*.cdpoker.com
*.888.com
*.alljackpots.com
*.allslots.com
*.32vegas.com
*.mummysgold.com
*.usacasino.com
*.21.com
*.casinoswiss.com
*.prestigecasino.com
*.carnivalcasino.com
*.kingsolomons.com
*.intertopscasino.com
*.amerivalue.com
*.quickapply.com
*.vcbet.com
*.betcom.com
*.mybookie.com
*.nine.com
*.discovercardapplication.com
*.101links.com
*.iplace.com
*.hotels-portal-4u.com


All are entertwined in a conspiracy of spam

Many of the above are registered at:
Registrar: MONIKER ONLINE SERVICES, INC.
Whois Server: whois.moniker.com
Referral URL: moniker.com

Domain Name: PHARMACY-4U.NET
Registrar: MONIKER ONLINE SERVICES, INC.
Whois Server: whois.moniker.com
Referral URL: http://www.moniker.com/whois/whois.jsp
Name Server: NS3.DNSMADEEASY.COM

Domain Name: XLPHARMACY.COM
Registrar: TRANSECUTE (I) PVT. LTD
Whois Server: whois.transecute.com
Company INTERNET TECHNOLIGES GROUP INC.
Email Address domain@xlpharmacy.com
Address 306 Victoria House
City Victoria Mahe
State Seychelles


This one is all fake information about the owners of MyCanadianPharmacy
domain: ovesid.net
vigiset.info
reg_created: 2006-11-09 14:28:25
expires: 2007-11-09 14:28:25
created: 2006-11-09 15:28:31
changed: 2006-11-13 09:54:21
ns0: ns1.jokutnap.com
ns1: ns2.crudefuel.info
ns2: ns1.joinercamp.info
ns3: ns2.adonoput.com
transfer-prohibited: yes
owner-c:
owner-name: Philip Gilkison
organisation: ~
nic-hdl: PG2350-GANDI
person: Philip Gilkison
address: 180 Briar Lane
zipcode: 40741
city: London
country: United States of America
phone: +73.6068646803

(DUH -- LAST TIME I CHECKED LONDON WAS STILL IN ENGLAND...)

These are running around with fake information on the registrar whois data sites, using faked IP#s, using falsified browser information, using fake nameserver data.

This is a spam and scam operation with thousands of web domains registered in the US.

Most are registered on moniker.com and register.com

They have been known to have hacked into websites, creating a page with their spam advertising. They also use Google extensively to perpetuate their spam and scam.

Some of the sites listed are running affiliate programs and are supporting this internet terrorism through payouts to their agents; these internet terrorists.

We suspect the real possibility of terrorist activity against the internet itself.

We will continually be updating this list of internet terrorists


GLOBAL-PHARMA.NET (out of Hong Kong)
Current Registrar: GO DADDY SOFTWARE, INC.

IP Address: 202.67.154.238 (ARIN & RIPE IP search)

IP Location: HK(HONG KONG)-HONG KONG (SAR)-TSEUNG KWAN

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: GLOBAL-PHARMA.NET
Created on: 29-Dec-05
Expires on: 29-Dec-07
Last Updated on: 29-Dec-05

DIRECT-PHARMACY.NET (out of Hong Kong)
IP Address: 202.67.154.239 (ARIN & RIPE IP search)

IP Location: HK(HONG KONG)-HONG KONG (SAR)-TSEUNG KWAN

Registrant:
Domains by Proxy, Inc.
DomainsByProxy.com
15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
United States
Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: DIRECT-PHARMACY.NET
Created on: 15-Sep-03
Expires on: 15-Sep-08
Last Updated on: 17-Jul-06

This company below is connected to some of the scamming the internet with faked information in the whois databases, hiding the internet terrorists with their spams and scams. Texas National Press contacted this organization and they would not deny they are hiding the information of the owners/controllers of website domains. This is a legal loophole that ICANN and the FTC will soon address (we hope). That loophole does not necessarily absolve this company from liability from accessory to a crime/fraud, since they are hiding the criminal from public view. Perhaps if you've lost money through a domain name that this company claims ownership of in the whois databases, you might can bring suit agains them for damages. It will probably take an avalanche of small claims lawsuits, to force these 'hiding' companies to realize their liability, since they OWN the domain name or change their method to make a way to identify these scammers.

Domains By Proxy, Inc
15111 N Hayden Rd Suite 160, PMB 353
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona 85260
United States

Seeing this place SO OFTEN on
SO MANY of the SCAM SITES...
I will NEVER BUY ANYTHING FROM ANY SITE
THEY HIDE THE
OWNERS OF
-- NOT NOW -- NOT EVER...

In fact one of the 'real' pharmaceutical giants has already sued this company...

PFIZER INC., PFIZER IRELAND
PHARMACEUTICALS, and WARNERLAMBERT
COMPANY, LLC,
Plaintiffs,
v.
DOMAINS BY PROXY,

Something THIS huge in Internet Scamming could be involved in money laundering or Internet Terrorism.. and the "I didn't know" excuse just isn't going to fly.

Think in these terms. Why would a legitimate company go to great lengths to have their information hidden from view? I suggest NEVER purchasing from a company who is listed with this 'hiding' ownership company or any doing the same thing. I am in business and we advertise our phone#, street address, email addresses plainly in site for all to see and verify. IF the site does not list VALID information on the site and the WHOIS.. they are probably internet terrorists and will take your money.. The question remains WHO are they sending this fraud money to? Terrorists?

Think of this.. For you to order or lose your money to them... they require your address, phone #, credit card info, email address.. everything.. But THEY won't post their address on the website or in the registrar's whois data? Sounds like a one way street to fraud.

Many of these domains have the same ownership.. Ask yourself, why would ONE legitimate company need THOUSANDS of domain names? If they are operating under more than one domain they are probably scam and spam operations.

There are REAL bona fide online pharmacies... but KNOW who you are sending your money to and if they have to hide who they are... they are suspect, especially in the world of business. If the domain and the business does not proudly display a physical address, one that you can verify by phone books, or other methods, then they should not be trusted. Without a valid verifiable address, how can you seek restitution, damages, fraud charges? You can't sue a ghost company...

Why would a legitimate pharmacy (in the US for instance) have their website in China, Brazil, India, etc? They are Spammers and Scammers. I found one faux Canadian pharmacy site (domain registered in India) with their domain hosted in Texas. While that may be innocent enough, the same people in Austin were hosting spamming and scamming casino sites and fake web poll sites. DUHH? the pharamacy site is a scam too.


If you go to a link and get redirected, especially to several pages, or go to a page that every product listed links you to another pharma site.. RUN -- Grab your wallet and purse...
You are asking for it -- if you continue

Do your DUE DILIGENCE before doing business with these sites... Do your own investigation - if something - anything - make you feel wary, uncomfortable, etc.... your sixth sense, the third eye, your soul, is cautioning you.

I've interviewed people that say.. I thought they were legit because they were listed on Google.. or Yahoo.. Those are search engines, not validators of scam and spam sites... or legitimate businesses... They will probably pull them from their databases if you notify them of their conduct.

PRWeb is a REALLY bad source for documentation or getting information about a company. Their endorsement is useless. It is a self-serving ad place for these scammers.


What happened to direct-pharmacy.net?
Can't pull up the website.?


I think they may have been temporarily closed down. I saw a big thing on the news, but I'm not sure if it was them. Basically , they had huge warehouses full of controlled medications like Xanax and Vicodin without proprer documentation. They got raided by the Feds who siezed a ton of meds and pulled their license. Again, I think it was them was but I'm not 100% sure.

http://au.answers.yahoo.com


RX-EPHARM.COM
SUSPECT information..
Why would a US registered domain
be run from a Russian email address?

Also notice the fake phone numbers..
Not enough numbers to make a phone call

Whois info for, RX-EPHARM.COM:
Registrant:
Medinet
423 third ave
New York, _ 34242
US
Domain name: RX-EPHARM.COM

Administrative Contact:
Levinski, Clive wasssup@mail.ru
423 third ave
New York, _ 34242
US
+1844923633 Fax: +1=844=923=633

Spam and scam operation!
THIS IS A PYRAMID OPERATION
Insecure Checkout on one of these
All using the same phone#s
allpills.net
destinyrx.com
These are called the Panama Scam

RX-EPHARM.COM
worldremedium.com
rx-ed.com
deadseasensations.com
offshore-pharma.com
overseasrxdrugs.com
pharmasecuresite.com
thegeneric-viagra.net
directpharma.net
nicerx.com
realmedicals.com
my-medicare.com
mygenericpharmacy.com
drugstorebestbuys.com
xlpharmacy.com
bestgenericpharmacy.com
budgetmedicines.com
on-viagra.com
server.iad.liveperson.net<
br> cheap-rx-drugstore.com
brandpills.com
selfserverx.com
Aclepsa.com
edselection.com
rx-partners.biz
dietpharm.net
european-pharmacy.com
directroi.com
wetrack.it
amerimedrx.com
best-rx.com
seypharma.com
usonlinerx.net
rxpillsmd.com
findviagra.org
drugstorebestbuys.com
online-plus.biz
gcpharma.com
generic-pharmacy.net
xlpharmacy.com

Beware these phone#s
866 650 1414
866-678-4047
866-972-8765
866 890 8629


Veripayment.com
veri-pay.com
veri-trust.com
secure-payment-site.com
veri-bill.com

Be careful, Veripayment.com is willing to work with companies that are illegal in United States but don't inform the customer! If you go to buy something online and the payment page mentions Veripayment.com, close your browser!
source:prescriptionbuyers.com


FROM getwellrx.com
This paragraph below is from their website!

"A note about the Fair Credit Billing Act. Under this act, your bank limit your total loss and cannot hold you liable for than fifty dollars of reported fraudulent charges. In the event your card is used in a fraudulent manner, you must notify your bank or card issuer immediately and in accordance with its reporting rules and procedures."

Why would they be telling you this? Notice the poorly constructed English? If they can't write or speak English properly, 'a trained pharmacist?' -- why would an English speaking person trust them?

It appears they are preparing you for being scammed..

Same phone# different registrars, hidden ownership, different owners
That alone is highly suspect

live-rx.com
ugetmeds.com

866-951-6337


Hidden Ownership... Who gets the money?

DIRECT-PHARMACY.NET

DomainsByProxy.com
15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: DIRECT-PHARMACY.NET
Created on: 15-Sep-03
Expires on: 15-Sep-08
Last Updated on: 17-Jul-06

affiliateguide.com


mymeddrugstore.com

Registrar: JOKER.COM
Status: lock
Owner
Name: Ching Chong Chen
Organization: Ching Chog Chen Inc.
Email: jamesstewardiii@
Address: Pnen Nai Pen
Phone: +111.1111111
Postalcode/City: 1111111 Shanghai

Do you trust this information with YOUR money?

866-530-0112


RXDIETPILL.COM
DomainsByProxy.com
15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
United States
Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: RXDIETPILL.COM
Created on: 31-May-05
Expires on: 31-May-15
Last Updated on: 18-May-06

Hidden ownership above.. proceed at your own risk?
This one actually has a Utah mailing address on their site..
For
Brinks Pharmacy, Inc.
1050 East 3300 South, Suite 208
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Phone: (888) 360-6337
Fax: (888) 360-6336

BE AWARE that the same phone number is listed for this website:

brinkspharmacy.com
and it's DEAD!


MORE: Hidden ownership below.

All the same people. All involved in a Pyramid Scam.

Proceed at your own risk? All the same phone# 877-479-2455. None have a verifiable address posted.

newlunesta.com
NETRXFORLESS.COM
trustepharmacy.com
discount-drugstore-online.com
rxmedicinechest.com
tramadol-hydrochloride.us
powpharmacy.com
pharma-net.org
tabl.org
rjsrx.com
firstcanadianpharmacy.com
lhprx.com
savealotonpharmacy.com
rxsoul.com
how-to-buy-fioricet.net
drugstore-one.com
rxcostbusters.com
gigadrugs.com
gogopills.com
onlinepharmacies.name
anti-depressants-pharmacy.com
imitrex.net
sofblue.com
pharmacy-net.org
yourpharmasite.com
networkpills.com
online-prescription-order.com
rxdealz.com
gobot.com/Online_Pharmacy
myrxpal.com
rxtramadol.com
epharmacy2u.com
yourpharmasite.org
thebestonlinepharmacies.net
birthcontroloption.com
themedshoppe.com
pilldiscreet.com
goodlifemeds.com
acyclovirdrugmart.com
JOHNSONSPHARMACY.COM
scripthome.com
rxpremium.com
medic-prescription-online.com
overnitepharmacy.com
easymedusa.com
3-am.com
clarinex-rx.com
rx123online.com
outletdrugs.com
discountpharmacy.name
gowersdrugstore.com
onlymedication.com
pharmacyoutlet.net
mark.ac
24sevenmeds.com
primo.wim.pl
globalpharmaceuticals.net
drug-store-pharmacy.com
linemd.com
zorpia.com
med-eze.com
drugs-rx-us.com
rxonlinestore.com
onlinepharmacystore.net
NoPrescriptionDrugstore.com
(With fake Press Release at PRweb)
doctoryo.com
mostrustedrx.com
saveondrugsusa.com
tramadol-hydrochloride.us
bestrxonlinepharmacy.com
drugoffer.com
drugshome.us
buymedicineonline.info
generic-soma.com
med-shop.org
generic-soma.com
pharma-net.org
deliveryrx.net
approvedprescriptionpharmacy.com
alliance-drugs.com
rxtramadol.com
linemd.com
wigla.com
247pilldoctor.com
e-medstore.com
busacity.com
bestmeds.in
drugs-online-direct.com
abacus2000.com
emedsonline.org
the-pill-bottle.com
mycheaprxsite.com
mynetmd.com
tabu.com
pharmacycenter.org
findchemist.com
acmemeds.com
247onlinerx.com
all-drugs-pharmacy.com
megadiscountrx.com
internationalpharmacy.us
cheaprxsite.com
waldenpharmacy.com
drugstore.eism.net
rx-2u.com
buy-pharmacy-online.com
drugseller.net
affordable-drugs-rx.com
topmeds10.com


There are hundreds and hundreds more of these with the same phone#.
All purport to be 'the pharmacy' or drug store, etc. This is organized crime. This is false advertising and misleading advertising at its worst. They are nothing but Pyramid Scheme Scam artists. None give you the name of a REAL Pharmacist, or a license to verify that they are pharmacies. They are holding themselves out to be something they are NOT!

Google search this phone# in quotes "877-479-2455" and "877 479 2455" and just see how many there are! (12-02-06)


Interesting scam?
CUSTOMHRT.COM

customhrt.com, it's registrar aaaq.com, and it's ownership hiding server whoisprotector.com ALL have the same Chicago address on the whois databases.

Reports coming in about this site: Once they have your phone # they will harrass you from more order via phone 5-10 times EVERYDAY!

There is NO address on the website

They list this phone #
866-866-6567
and that phone# is also listed on thetrtshop.com

Domain Name: customhrt.com
Registrar: AAAQ.COM
Whois Server: whois.aaaq.com
Referral URL: http://www.aaaq.com
Name Server: a.dns.hostway.net
Name Server: b.dns.hostway.net
Status: ACTIVE
Updated Date: 2006-09-27
Creation Date: 2004-11-12
Expiration Date: 2007-11-12

Registrant:

WhoisProtector Inc. customhrt.com@whoisprotector.com
1 N. State, Suite 1250

Chicago, IL 60602
US

WhoisProtector Inc. is the party implicated in hiding the true ownershp of this illegal operation.. They are a party to the crimes and according to whois the owner of this site.


Directdietpill Center
ripoff PHENTERMINE SCAM SENDS FAKE SUBSTITUTE
Casselberry Florida

Company
Directdietpill Center
Address:
1033 St.rd 436 Suite 201
Casselberry Florida 32707
U.S.A.
Phone Number:
407-339-1331
Fax:



DO NOT PLACE AN ORDER WITH THIS COMPANY. THEY DO NOT SEND THE RX YOUR ORDERED AND THEY E MAIL YOU THAT THEY ARE SENDING A NON PRESCRIPTION SUBSTITUTE AND STILL CHARGING THE SAME AMOUNT

ALL ATTEMPTS TO CONTACT THEM WENT UNANSWERED. WHEN YOU PHONE THEIR NUMBER, THEY KEEP YOU ON HOLD AND NEVER PICK UP. AFTER 1 HOUR I REALIZED THEIR PHONE SYSTEM WAS JUST MEANT TO PACIFY THE CALLER AND NO ONE EVER IS MEANT TO COME ON THE LINE.

I CALLED MY CREDIT CARD COMPANY AND PUT THEIR CHARGE IN DISPUTE AND ALSO REQUESTED A NEW CARD. ALOT OF TROUBLE...BUT WE ALL NEED TO DO WHAT WE HAVE TO TO STOP THESE SCAM ARTISTS.

PAT
FT. LAUDERDALE, Florida
U.S.A.

http://www.ripoffreport.com

SEE This one TOO.. SAME BOGUS ADDRESS and INFO?
Registrant:
Direct Pharmacy, Inc.
1033 State Road 436, Suite 201
Casselberry, FL 32707
US

Domain Name: DIRECTDIETPILLS.COM

Administrative Contact, Technical Contact, Zone Contact:
Direct Pharmacy, Inc.
Direct Pharmacy
1033 State Road 436, Suite 201
Casselberry, FL 32707
US


valuenet.com
Valuenet Pharmacy
Address:
valuenet.com
Seattle Washington
U.S.A.
Phone Number:
Fax:


Filenet Corporation
3565 harbor Boulevard
Costa Mesa, CA 92626-1420
US

Domain Name: VALUENET.COM

Administrative Contact:
Naramore, Scott
3565 Harbor Boulevard
Costa Mesa, CA 92626-1420
US

They got me too. I have found that valuenet rips people off in all sorts of business ventures. They use parmacy, stocks, investments, clothing and anything else you can think of. They are masters of their trade. They remove their web sites and change their web address often so as not to be pinned down.

Michael
North Bergen, New Jersey
U.S.A.

http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff222601.htm


Mygeneric.com
Ripoff website Internet

Company
Mygeneric.com
Address:
Nationwide, U.S.A.
Phone Number:

Marketing etc
8-17 Tottenham Court Road
London, W1T 1JY
GB

mygeneric.com is a fraudulent site. They take orders and take your money, but do not fill the orders. They have a link to a customer service phone number, but when I used the link, it turned out they have no phone number posted. They do not reply to customer service inquiries. This site appears to be nothing but a scam.

Michael
Chicago, Illinois
U.S.A.

http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff214644.htm

Note: for what reason would a US firm.. oops changed UK firm
be banking in St. Kitts? hmmmmm? SCAM


Frontier Pharmacies - LSm5-Us-Pay - Card33 - USLibertyrx - Keene Enterprises - BFiti-BFLPay - Drugs Online Pharmacy Fraud Operation Has Many Faces ripoff Weston Florida

Company
Frontier Pharmacies
Address:
1940-5 North Commerce Pkwy
Weston Florida 33326
U.S.A.
Phone Number:
800-385-5090
Fax:


See also... new name same address.

Organization: USMedCenter.com
Email: deandellancho@mellasxtechco.org
Address: 1940-5 N commerce parkway

Postalcode/City: 33326 Weston
State: FL
Country: US

same people
scriptsatdiscount.com
usdiscountscripts.com
frontierpharmacies.com
medicare-providers.net
frontierpharmacyrefill.com

Frontier Pharmacies, located in Weston, Florida (Broward County) is one of many names used by a company that takes your online order for prescriptions, charges a "processing fee" which turns out to be a monthly "membership" fee for a minimum of four (4) months. All of the companies are part and parcel of something else you won't see on the web page - The RX Discount Club. Who would've guessd, right? You're trying to buy medicine. They're enrolling you in a club.

FACT: When you place an order you are actually signing a contract for a membership in The RX Discount Club! You are agreeing to pay a monthly fee for a product the company(ies)are not obligated to send you.

You will not see the contract. It is carefully hidden in the wordy "terms of use" statement. You buy? You have electronically signed and consented to the "terms" which consist of your obligation to pay $80. over 4 months. The company is off the hook.

Here's how it works: The order page clearly states "No refunds. No exchanges." The not so visible "terms of use" contains a littany of information and disclaimers informing the purchaser that if even the "doctor" doesn't approve the prescription (which clearly means the company doesn't have to ship anything) the buyer pays.

The purchase is not a purchase for a prescription, it is a purchase of a membership or the right to attempt to buy a prescription. That right will cost you $80. You'd be better off shooting craps in Vegas. All the purchaser gets is got. No prescription. No refund, credit or exchange. And no legal way to recover. These people are masters of misdirection. Each page leads you away from and into another affiliate or subsidiary. The effect, obviously, is to frustrate and confuse. It works.

CAUTION: When you receive an order number, confirmation number or tracking number, wait 24 hours then check order status. Don't be surprised when, following the instructions, you receive an error message which reads: "invalid order information" or some similar phrasing.

The problem is you won't be able to backtrack if ... you don't keep the order placement page to include a copy of the section of the page where your credit card data is entered. Print and retain!

Who's vulnerable? Anybody and everybody. Young and especially seniors who must have medication and live on fixed incomes. Young families with children who have little or no health insurance.

This is nothing more than an online scam. Incidentally the chap who operates SCAM is another bait and switch con job. He writes pretending to be a consumer advocate. Instead he's steering you to his online make money quick schemes. Avoid this site also.

http://www.badbusinessbureau.com/reports/ripoff221772.htm


USAVEONPILLS.COM

also using this domain
myhelpdeskonline.com

bryan forester
408 Rolling Hills
Blanchard, Oklahoma 73010
United States

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: USAVEONPILLS.COM
Created on: 19-Apr-04
Expires on: 19-Apr-07

Usaveonpills Ripoff, unauthorized bank charge of $149.95 for a FREE sample Oklahoma City Oklahoma *EDitors Suggestions on how to get your money back into your bank account!

Company
Usaveonpills
Address:
1025 SW 59th Street
Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73109
U.S.A.
Phone Number:
888-5270870
Fax:


THERE are Hundreds of sites selling pills using this phone # 866-259-7122
Pyramid Scam indicated.. beware..

same scammer

globalrxsystems.com
US-Meds.com
safewaypurchase.net
thepillstore.com
ndapharmacy.com
diet-pill-info.com
rxnetdirect.com
cheapest-phentermine-pharmacy.com
fastmedicines.com
precisepills.com
adipex-help.com
prescriptionlunesta.com
cheap-phentermine-pill.com
medicaint.com
cheap--phentermine-online.com
prescriptionpillsonline.com
online-pharmacy-prescriptions.biz
cheapest-phendimetrazine.com
discreetmedicines.com
phenterminepillstoday.com
safephentermine.com
fedex-pharmacy.net
newusrx.com
giantrx.com
rx-dietdrugs.
phenterprin-i.com
new-phentermine.com
firstratedrugs.com
cod-prescriptions.biz
phentermine.com
supervaluesrx.com
phentermineonlinepharmacy.com
alphaprescription.com
online-order-phentermine.com
24hourpill.com
phentermine-pillstore.net


I ordered a FREE trial of Phentrazine 37.5 for $4.95 S&H. I received the free trial and was told nothing about automatic shipments. Today I look at my bank account on line and $149.95 is pending to be deducted from my account. I called the toll-free number to talk to someone about reversing this charge. I told the man on the other end what happened and he asked me to hold. I then got a recording about leaving a message.

I hung up and looked on line and saw these rip-off reports filed and decided this is the first step I will take. I did not agree to future shipments and I have not received any shipments. My original $4.95 charge for the FREE trial came out of my account on 11/9/2006. Today is 11/28/2006 and the transaction is listed on today's bank activity.

I do not have the envelope the free trial was sent in, but I do know that the bottle of 15 tablets is the only thing that was in the envelope.

I will file a complaint with the Attorney General's office, FBI on-line fraud, and anyone else I can think of. I will be checking back on this website for additional information as time goes on. This is ridiculous.

Nancy
Jeffersonville, Indiana
U.S.A.

USAVEONPILLS.COM, OpenCabin. PE LABS, Pure Energy Products, phony offer for "free trial" of phentrazine, false advertising Oklahoma City Oklahoma

Company
USAVEONPILLS.COM
Address:
1025 SW 59TH ST
Oklahoma City Oklahoma 73109
U.S.A.

BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE

Another sleazoid operator similar to "free hoodia". When you order a "free 15 day sample" of phentrazine, you are automatically enrolled into an "autosavings program". In this instance it is for at least a 1 time shipment of $149.00. Below is taken from their terms and conditions from their website.

"When you order a trial pack OF any product FOR less than $50.00 you will be enrolled in a one time AUTOSAVINGS PROGRAM. With enrollment you will receive 1 TIME automatic shipment containing a 120-day cycle FOR THE SAME PRODUCT YOU RECEIVED A SAMPLE OF, FOR THE LOW PRICE OF $149.95."

Suddenly, your "free sample" turns into an order of $149.00. If you do manage to cancel the order, you are still not off the hook, as the following indicates (also from their terms and conditions).

"If the payments above cannot be successfully billed or AP program CANNOT BE COMPLETED OR IF YOU CANCEL YOUR AUTO SHIPMENT before YOU ARE BILLED for the full order price, you will be CHARGED $49.00 for the ORIGINAL SAMPLE bottle and your order cancelled. If we cannot successfully bill the $49.00 for the initial bottle, your account may be referred for legal and/or collection action. ALL SALES ARE FINAL."

Your "free sample" will cost you at least $49.00. This has to be false advertising.

The above also applies to their other following products, VIVETRA, CIALAFIL, VIGOR 25 , ZIREX, AQUAZINE, THINICAL, TSLIM. INTENSA, LOVERS PACK, WEIGHT LOSS SPECIAL, & SAMPLE OFFERS.

Mark
Huntsville, Alabama
U.S.A.

http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff220465.htm


NOTICE: All these are the SAME PLACE!

myepills.com
body-health-online.com
phentraminesupplier.com
pghp.com
phenplus.com
phentraminecenter.com
phentramineresourcecenter.com
herbalphentramine.com
truegiveaways.com
losetheweightpill.com
phentermine-bargain.com
globalprocessingsystems.com
hoodiadietpill.com
herbaladaprex.com
healthlabs.com
phentramine-for-less.com
lose-weight-feel-great.info
brazilian-diet-pills.com
thenewephedra.com
phentramin-i.com
order-phen.com
losetheweightpill.com
phentramineshop.com


1.877.221.1186
This advertised phone number is also listed at
w.mlmmerchant.com

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Global Processing Systems, LLC.
1.866.503.6024
mlmmerchant.com

GLOBAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS
Merritt Ambrose
404-452-8881
E-mail Information

Business Information

3639 Paper Mill Road
Marietta, GA, 30067
+1.866.503.6024

merchantonline.com


Contact Info
Merritt Ambrose, VP
PGHProducts
1-877-445-1034
hoodiadietpill.com

PGH Products,
2900 Delk Road,
Suite 700 Box 121,
Marietta, GA 30067.

Are you seeing the connections?
The Credit Card Processing and the Online FAKE Pharma are One and the SAME!

YOU'RE SCREWED---

Folks this is a PYRAMID SCAM (MLM)
THese are the PYRAMID CRIMINALS filling your email box with SPAM..

Personally I NEVER buy anything from an affliate scheme, mLm scam, pyramid scams, network marketing schemes..

These are just different labels for the same pyramid scamming

Pyramid Products are 300% overpriced as a rule just to pay the downliners.. until the guys at the top of the Pyramid fold their cards.. run with the money.. and disappear into the sunset.

This company is the same bunch of scammers!

globalprocessingsystems.com


Global Processing Group What Happened to me 10/31/06 to 11/07/06 Ripoff St. Thomas Virgin Islands

Company
Global Processing Group
Address:
2960 Scott Street, P O Box 5440
St. Thomas Virgin Islands 00906-1440
U.S.A.
Phone Number:
902-412-3159
Fax:


I got a Check on Oct 31 st . for $2,962.30 . It said I had won $50,000 and the check was for taxes and fees to claim my money . I went to my bank and asked if they could find out if the check was bad or not and I also asked what would happen to me if the check was bad and I depoisted in my account , The bank Mangaer told me the money just wouldn't post and NOT ONE THING would Happen to me . I said ok and I went ahead and put it into my bank account . The put a hold on the check for 7 days , and I waitted . When the day came I had no bank account and I was put ON A BLOCK LIST , the block list means you can't ever get a bank account ever again anywhere for the rest of your life ! Unless you can prove you had no idea what was going on and the take you off the report . So far I lost what was in my account and be able to use a bank anywhere. A day later I called NC Banking Commison , and the FEDeral Banking Commision I told them both what was going on and I called my bank and told them I was filing a complaint agaist them . For what had happened and they told me all I had to do now is pay $60.00 for them to research the matter and then I could close my account and open a new one after I pay the $60.00 and I'd be taken off the block list . Well to make a long story short Don't trust your bank they are only there to make money and collect fees and GLOBAL PROCESSING GROUP IS A BIG SCAM !!!!!!!!!

Stormy
Raleigh, North Carolina
U.S.A.
http://www.badbusinessbureau.com/reports/ripoff219949.htm


pharminfoservice.com

From their site:
If you recieved a bill from our company and would like further billing information or tech support please call: 1-888-357-0303

Please Note: The charge on your card is for a membership to health/pharmacy information site. No medications or products sold through any of our websites.

another SCAM

The phone number given goes to a potpourri of so called internet businesses..
Probably all scams... buyer beware..

Same phone#

ordermedsfast.net
buymedsquick.com
cigardave.com
contacthollywood.com
livecamcafe.com
thaivisa.com
tramplemenow.com
girdlegirdles.com
nylonangie.com
girlsingirdles.com
netbilling.com
laurenafton.com
net-member.com
romanvideo.net
creampie.com
ffstockings.com


All the same phone# -- every scam available.. all subscription... porn, lingerie, creditcard, pharmacies, all SCAMS... obviously not REAL brick and mortar businesses...

Great Customer service? Some voice who doesn't give a damn..
and you'll never get your money back


sisterspharmacy.com
thedoctorspharmacy.com
RXBACKSTORE.COM
myprescriptionsonline.com
sunsetpharmacy.com
crea7ive.com/hosted/father
FatherPharmacy.com
myprescriptionsonline1.com
merrypharmacy.com
waterviewpharmacy.com
homedeliveredmeds.com
1pillidentification80.info
brotherspharmacy
patronpharmacy
truevaluepharmacy.com


These all go back to the Same Phone#..
They are all the same scam and ripoffs..

Some of these are DOUBLE LAYERED behind 'proxy' registrars to keep you from finding out WHO you are doing business with.

How do you KNOW they are not sending you faked PLACEBOs when you do get something? Another Pyramid SCAM

Some of these take ALL your information, including credit card info, on insecure pages.. delivering your cc information to anyone that wants it.

surefirecommerce.com
terrapayments.com
optimalpayments.com


These are the 'payment' processors that are making these scams possible for some of these scammers.. .from Westmount, Quebec Canada (they are all the same place)

These may be legit processors but are listed on some of the scam sites as the processors in the source code.

<Title>
<SureFire Commerce>
</title>

Knowing this much.. You would have to be crazy to order anything from these people (criminals)-- Unless you like to GIVE away your money

Experience with with this company below
Many think this is in Florida, but most info available suggest St. Kitts. (presuming that info wasn't faked)

I ordered from them on 11/24/05 after days of trying to reach them the order was canceled on 11/30/05 but they charged my credit card on 12/01/05.

I was given a refund transaction id # but no refund,I have called them as well as e-mailed them EVERYDAY only to hear the same crap. this was 12/6/05 "Dear Customer We will double check to verify the refund to your credit card was already made".then 12/8 "Dear Customer, Your order has been updated and will be shipped promptly." I replied telling them i canceled and they sent "Dear Customer, Your order has been cancelled and your transaction has been voided because the order is too old or the medication is out of stock. We apologize for this inconvienance." again i replied what are you talking about? I just want to know where my money is!12/8 again " Dear Customer,Can you please email us the last 4 digits of your credit card # so that we can look into this for you." 12/9 order credited 11/30 refund transaction id #96******* Transaction Status: Refund Dear Customer,Your order has been cancelled and your credit card refunded. Please allow 3 to 4 business days for your bank to be able to process the credit. Use the Transaction ID # provided to verify the credit with your bank." funny since they didn't take the money until 12/01.in betwenn these i got rude but won't go into to what all I said, On 12/15 "Dear Customer,Your credit will take an additional 72 hours to post. We apologize for this Inconvienance. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!" 12/19 "Dear Customer, We are having problems with our credit systems. Please contact customer service at 1-800-545-0405." this number does not work! 12/20 "Dear Customer,Your credit will take an additional 72 hours to post. We apologize for this inconvienance. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!! " and finally this brings us to today 12/21/05 "Dear Customer, We are having problems with our credit systems. Please contact customer service at 1-800-545-0405. " AGAIN ! I am so mad! I have already filed the dispute with my credit card company, and I'm pretty sure after reading the e-mails they will get my refund, but I'm going to keep calling and e-mailing them everyday,twice a day if I can until I see the money on my credit card.

Shari
Jacksonville, Florida
U.S.A.
http://www.ripoffreport.com/view.asp?id=168938&view=printer


More scammers same bunch

FederalMeds.com
CCBASKET.COM
Paytrustnet.com
easylifepharmacy.com


Us-med - safetrustprocessing - Ccbasket - ndapharmacy
Address:
http://www.us-meds.com
Internet
U.S.A.
Phone Number:
866-259-7122
Fax:



I ordered meds through US-Meds.com, was processed by Safeway purchase- aka safetrustprocessing.com, ndapharmacy.com, ccbasket.com, ect. I received no confirmation email, can log on to a site thru ndapharmacy.com and safetrustprocessing.com that just says my order is Active. Ccbasket.com was on the confirmation page after I entered my cc number, but it won't let me log in there. Says password no good. My card was charged IMMEDIATELY, yet no email, no word, cannot talk to anyone when I call, just get a recording and get hung up on. Also when sending email questions, get no response. I ordered on 5/16, will dispute cc charge. BUYERS BEWARE OF US-MEDS!

Elizabeth
clayton, North Carolina
U.S.A.


clearpharma.com

No contact info on site.. no phone number on site
hiding ownership with Domains by Proxy

This web site is very official looking, it includes pictures of product as well as reference material regarding theses products. I placed my order over a month ago (minimun $500). I never recieved my order, my inquiries were ignored. When I threatend to report them I recieced a email saying I gave them the wrong address and to send them the correct one and they would reship. I keep all of my emails and I had clearly sent them the correct address. Do not do business with these thieves this is a total scam.

Dummy
Springdale, Missouri
U.S.A.
http://www.ripoffreport.com/reports/ripoff222263.htm


netcarepharmacies.com

NETCAREPHARMACIES 866-884-4044 ON 07/28 The order is not showing on my bank statement yet but they are putting thru the service as was done on my report on Frontier Pharmacies Internet

Company
NETCAREPHARMACIES
Address:
Nationwide, U.S.A.
Phone Number:
866-884-4044
I order something from netcarepharmacies.com in the amt of 46.20 plus service fee of 19.95. with my debit card from Bank of America in Philadelphia PA. The charge for merchandise has shown up yet but the $19.95 service fee is showing as was also done by Frontier Pharmacy. After I wrote to you about Frontier Pharmacy the $19.95 fee was removed the next day. I don't know if this was a coincidence or not. I will have to go to my bank and file an online banking dispute.

Immediately after ordering, I wrote to them at info@netcarepharmacies.com; got no response. Called them and got a recording and left a message.

Sent more e-mails and have copies of e-mails to them at support@, customercare@, customerservice@, and everything I could think of. I have all of the documentation. Please help.

Arlene
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
U.S.A.


worldshippingmeds.com

DO NOT ORDER FROM WORLDSHIPPINGMEDS.COM!! JUST A WORLD CLASS RIPP OFF!!
ę on: November 02, 2006, 10:53:19 PM Ľ


To anyone considering ordering from world shipping meds.com, please save your money! They are a world class rip off company!!! I ordered from them 6 weeks ago, all I've gotten in return is a daily email giving ,me a new shipping date because of prossessing problems, shipping problems, computer problems, you name it!

They had no problem taking my money, I might add! The first day, my account was credited, they told me it would be 6 days, well forget that! I also have every copy of every email to and from them. Each response is an automated response telling me how wonderful their drugs are and how great their prices are.

One time I actually got an email with 2 US telephone #s, but guess what? they were disconnected! Go figure!

person: Mike Glass
nic-hdl: MG2427-GANDI
address: Idoneon Pharma SA
address: Casilla de correo 563
address: Balboa
address: 31000
address: Panama City
address: Panama

No phone# or Address located on their website


EDIETPILLSHOP.COM
created: 20-May-2006
last-changed: 31-Jul-2006
registration-expiration: 20-May-2007

nserver: ns47.1and1.com 217.160.224.130
nserver: ns48.1and1.com 217.160.228.130

status: CLIENT-TRANSFER-PROHIBITED

registrant-firstname: Oneandone
registrant-lastname: Private Registration
registrant-organization: 1&1 Internet, Inc. - http://1and1.com/contact
registrant-street1: 701 Lee Road, Suite 300
registrant-street2: ATTN: edietpillshop.com
registrant-pcode: 19087
registrant-state: PA
registrant-city: Chesterbrook

Hidden ownership
NO address or phone # on website
subscribes to spamming to 'get' customers..
Even spams through google links
Never would I buy from a spammer
99% chance they are also a scammer


Be cautious of Phentermine/Weight Loss Forums

Some of these are simply extensions, promoters, and affiliates of the scam sites.


All the phony ED Med Choice Online sites are HUGE Spammers and Scammers...

Beware.. NO valid contact information for any of the sites using the logo
Ed Choice --- Keep Notifying the FTC of this bogus operation


These below may or may not be connected to the above conspiracy
but are terrorizing internet users through other channels

*.mama-papap.org
*.klonted.com
*.ahrw015.com
*.rwfef4fke3enss9ff99xfr99.drinksokki.hk
*.kiksoft.com
*.rasrx.com
*.tuiyonjderunhdaserun.com (Premier Pharmacy)
*.vigiset.info (MyCanadianPharmacy)
*.iqlegend.com (MyCanadianPharmacy)
*.fuleni.com
*.tumejuv.com
*.comsuzzer.hk
*.deda-baba.org
*.wakezap.com
*.hiniko.com
*.greatfeelingoflove.com
*.vaseruikiotnhudensa.com (Premier Pharmacy)
*.medispider.com
*.trustspower.com
*.ddb886dd6d6b654b26d4686d04c284cg.hgvswdjfsd.info/
*.ovesid.net (MyCanadianPharmacy)
*.rabemok.com/
*.dvaoem.com
*.jaenskolk.com
*.kiksoft.com/
*.formsfresh.com/
*.outtfer.info
*.mawizez.com/
*.ussthjo.com
*.botirec.com/
*.doplonv.com
*.getMEDZ.org
*.iqanselmocc.com
*.primecups.com
*.hgh4u.org
*.jncvb01.info/
*.westoncopeabscissae.com
*.edogehi.com/
*.ahrw016.com
*.moroz-oem.com
*.formstrue.com



BBB Issues International Alert: Online Pharmacy Seller Using BBB Trademarks to Market Drugs

For Immediate Release
[Arlington, VA, July 29, 2005] -- The Better Business Bureau system today issued an alert about online pharmacy sites that are displaying the BBB's trademarks to market drugs on the Internet. People from every region of the United States are contacting the BBB to inquire about the legitimacy of a "business" that is targeting consumers through spamming. The e-mail messages contain claims that the company is "Verified by the BBB" and include a hyperlink to different web sites all using the same name MyCanadianPharmacy, Ltd. (not to be confused with Canada Drugs, Ltd. that owns canadadrugs.com and mycanadianpharmacy.com). The web sites involved in this scam use at least the following addresses: newhealth-pill.info, loveamericaonline.info, pillsathome.info, onlinepills4u.info, directmedz.biz, tabletsforall.info, exclusivetablets.info and pills4life.info.

All of the web sites use the same template, display the BBBOnLine Reliability Logo and an untrue message claiming to be "Listed at Better Business Bureau." This practice misleads consumers and violates United States trademark, counterfeiting and copyright laws.

These sites are in no way affiliated with the Better Business Bureau. The BBB does not recommend visiting these sites, as there is some evidence that the sites may try to download software to visitors' computers.

Aaaplanet.info
Basiscanal.com
Bestbizbase.com
Bestbuygallery.com
Bestend.info
Bestwwwworld.com
Bigbigword.com
Brainbonus.com
Canadapharma.net
Canadianmedrx.com
Canadianvaluerx.com
Capsportal.com
Citybestonline.com
Complymint.net
Databest.info
Directloqii.com
Eesee.info
Fastchoice.info
Giftstuff4u.info
Glohepbal.com
Goldslive.net
Goldtab.info
Goodfreeworld.com
Goodmeds.biz
Goodwwwsite.com
Grabbagsurprise.com
Greentime4u.info
Grindscull.net
Hardanvil.com
Hdirectm.com
Herownpc.com
Hsfirstnata.net
Icejoker.com
Illustrater.net
Inownway.net
Internetgoodlife.com
Iyodopack.com
Landforsite.com
Longerlives.net
Love-rain.com
Maintaininar.com
Medstarsports.com
Medzsaloon.com
Mycanadiandrugs.info
Myloqii.com
Mysadklerk.net
Neoresumes.com
Newtechtown.com
Noblechamber.com
Onlineclear.com
Onlineoffers.org
Onlinesuperday.com
Onlyfreesite.com
Operservice.info
Orbitminx.net
Pharmacy25.com
Redenvelop.info
Ridetravelguide.net
Sahafur.net
Saintdude.com
Smithenow.com
Soleproper.net
Starmediamoon.net
Strengthline.com
Studentriver.com
Stuffallkinds.info
Superbizkit.net
Taboryarolen.com
Techsmartjobs.com
Thedone.com
Thegooddr.info
Tmtab.info
Toplinkguides.net
Toptanonline.net
Typecano.com
Vichade.net
Vicshade.net
Virtualsas.com
Waysea.info
Wildmedz.info
Worldamoure.com
Xexpertmeds.info
gazwer.com
neostavv.cd


FAKE PHARMACY

Pharmacy Express
Pharmacy Corp
MyCanadian Pharmacy
International Legal Rx


Yet another FAKED alias for "Pharmacy."

Pharmacy Corp.
1916 North Church Street
Layton, UT 84040

This time they call themselves "International Legal RX medications" with all the same "Verified by the BBB" and contact form info as "MyCanadianPharmacy." Who knows if this address even means anything.

This one was spammed as lfjkpd.lamcentral.info/legalrx/

ADMIN NOTE: Address listed for Pharmacy Corp. appears to be a Sod Farm. Address most likely a fake. The Sod Farm is probably a victim as well.

from: http://web.tebweb.com

All Tied to the above organized crime syndicate

holinesssave.info
(fake address, IP out of asia, contact form on site doesn't work, etc.)

Pharmacy Express has been spamming since 2004 back when it used servers based at Kornet in Korean.


In 2005 they added servers in Hong Kong and China. Now they use servers (or zombie PC's) all over the globe. They changed names many times since 2004 but you can tell it's the same place based on repeated Email patterns that progress over time such as their HTML and formatting tricks. Sometimes their sites don't even display a real name. They just highlight a word and stick a temporary embedded web link on it such as:

Online Meds Store
PharmacyByMAlL SSH0P
MEDlCATIONS By MAIL SHOOP
PHARMACY-BY-MAIL SHOP
MedzMail Shop
PiIlsOnline Store
PharmOnline Shop
Visit our Site
Try Viagra
Hi
V A L / u M
V / a G R A
M e R / D / A
S O m &
A m B / E N

I have a record of their sites going back to 2004.

It appears they started calling themselves Pharmacy Express around Oct 2005.


Pharmacy Express is the same place as Premier Pharmacy.

They each have hundreds of sites and the sites are often identical except for the name. I don't visit most links they send but I do record data about each link and promptly report them to their registrar, host network, etc.


Canadian Pharmacy (an equally abusive spammer) shares DNS servers with Pharmacy Express on occasion but for the most part they use different web servers and DNS servers. Perhaps they use the same "spammer network" (it's called China) so their paths cross on occasion. Canadian Pharmacy also tends to use geocities.com redirects to hide their sites while Pharmacy Express typically does not.


For a while Pharmacy Express had ties with LongZ enlargement Pills and MegaPower Pills sites and they were really bad for a while. Fortunately those sites appear to have closed or moved.

Pharmacy Express maintains about 40 DNS servers at all times (that I know of) with a few getting shutdown daily and others coming online just as quickly. Some of the IP's they use host hundreds or even thousands of sites. I can only provide info on the ones that were sent to me personally, which averages 25 to 40 new, unique sites per month from this spammer.


Try the reverse IP lookup tool at http://www.domaintools.com (that's the new name for whois.sc). Some spammer IP's host 60,000 sites, if that's possible.

Pharmacy Express changes their IP address 2-3 times a week in groups of 10-15 sites, typically concentrating on keeping the newest sites moving until they get shutdown. Some sites run undisturbed for months while most appear to run a few weeks and they move on.


They typically use each registrant name one time. They may harvest these off the Internet since they tend to be unique. Sometimes the data matches the info of real people and businesses. 95% of the registrants use a fake Yahoo Email address with their fake phone number, etc.

They tend to use Yesnic.com as the registrar for their DNS servers. Yesnic doesn't reply or act timely enough to have any effect but they do eventually terminate the registration of some sites after months of abuse.

Contrairy to this, their web site registration is spread across a dozen foreign registrars such as

ENOM, INC.
Yesnic.com
BULKREGISTER, LLC.
LTD D/B/A PUBLICDOMAINREGISTRY.COM
ONLINE SAS BookmyName
HICHINA WEB SOLUTIONS (HONG KONG) LIMITED
XIN NET TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

and many others. They choose registrars who do not have an abuse policy or who have support pages written in Chinese to make reporting difficult. Even the US based registrars such as GO DADDY SOFTWARE, INC. are irresponsible in this regard as they reply to repeated abuse from their customers with a letter saying they are "only" the registrar and they will continue to register sites to this spammer.


(if true this makes GO DADDY a party to the crimes since they were in a position to report it and stop it)

I hope someone can use this info and help the situation. If I posted all the info I have it would fill many pages so I will close for now. If anyone wants a detailed listing of their DNS servers, IP addresses, registrant names, SMTP Headers and server names with dates going back to 2004 or 2005 I can post more info.


Looking at DNS info you can tell that similar sites such as "My Canadian Pharmacy" (also called "International Legal RX") is a separate spammer with their own sites and servers.

As a primer, here is a sample of Pharmacy Express info.
Some of their sites changed IP's 8-10 times and are still running. Most of these are active. Older sites that are on registar-hold have been omitted to save space.

Pharmacy Express and all of these on this page

On-line pharmacy spammers are criminals--they do not care to send you quality, or even the right drugs, if they send them to you at all.

Please don't take this the wrong way, but it is somewhat baffling as to why people are ordering from a company that doesn't have a legitimate website, doesn't have any real contact info like a phone number or physical address, and "advertises" through e-mail with unprofessional, misspelled messages. You are not the only one obviously that orders from them, but what made you decide to trust them?

I hope you are successful at canceling your Credit Card before they take money from it---if they already did, then put it in dispute with your credit company, and file a fraud report.

http://web.tebweb.com

Pharmacy Express recent site list:

yunmounbertu.com 211.144.69.243
fitingack.com 211.144.69.243
dikintansderfun.com 211.144.69.243
sekisometi.com 211.144.69.243
numzaisundes.com 211.144.69.243
arcothene.com 211.144.69.243
bullkelaidesion.com 211.144.69.243
wozawukelans.com 222.77.187.146
bexiahekess.com 211.144.69.243 222.77.187.146
balerutezalod.com 211.144.69.243 222.77.187.146
eveyearo.com
zaxuleqinsertu.com
didothikes.com
balasintersver.com
jernifersactis.com
foroverear.com
sututerfuins.com
heltefenskalls.com
mubuiterfu.com
upomeres.com
devalusaare.com
kolafahrovan.com
dopalokusar.com
kilutasso.com
nesparizapen.com
temaferte.com
embasarokal.com
essanears.com
nomaicedin.com
ultavoferak.com
cusmer.comms
vanteweks.com
popuariso.com
theekretalaxner.com
terainital.com
istolentie.com
aremadeto.com
efnerebizal.com
diminobag.com
hikiamoun.com
anngelad.com
JewensaKeoa.freeservers.com
volaserhumex.com.
amteribasoncey.com
holiddesi.com
BULASIMERNOKUL.COM
incogusten.com
trapalivazolin.com
ATLANTICLIFEQUOTE.COM.
CCIPNG.COM.



From the FBI.GOV website

Avoiding Non-Delivery of Merchandise

Make sure you are purchasing merchandise from a reputable source.

Do your homework on the individual or company to ensure that they are legitimate.

Try to obtain a physical address rather than merely a post office box and a phone number, call the seller to see if the number is correct and working.

Send them e-mail to see if they have an active e-mail address and be wary of sellers who use free e-mail services where a credit card wasnít required to open the account.

Consider not purchasing from sellers who won't provide you with this type of information.

Check with the Better Business Bureau from the sellerís area.

Check out other web sites regarding this person/company.

Donít judge a person/company by their web site.

Be cautious when responding to special offers (especially through unsolicited e-mail).

Be cautious when dealing with individuals/companies from outside your own country.

Inquire about returns and warranties.

The safest way to purchase items via the Internet is by credit card because you can often dispute the charges if something is wrong.

Make sure the transaction is secure when you electronically send your credit card numbers.

Consider utilizing an escrow or alternate payment service.


(from FBI.GOV)
Avoiding Credit Card Fraud


Don't give out your credit card number(s) online unless the site is a secure and reputable site. Sometimes a tiny icon of a padlock appears to symbolize a higher level of security to transmit data. This icon is not a guarantee of a secure site, but might provide you some assurance.

Don't trust a site just because it claims to be secure.

Before using the site, check out the security/encryption software it uses.

Make sure you are purchasing merchandise from a reputable source.

Do your homework on the individual or company to ensure that they are legitimate.
Try to obtain a physical address rather than merely a post office box and a phone number, call the seller to see if the number is correct and working.

Send them e-mail to see if they have an active e-mail address and be wary of sellers who use free e-mail services where a credit card wasnít required to open the account.

Consider not purchasing from sellers who won't provide you with this type of information.

Check with the Better Business Bureau from the sellerís area.

Check out other web sites regarding this person/company.

Donít judge a person/company by their web site.

Be cautious when responding to special offers (especially through unsolicited e-mail).

Be cautious when dealing with individuals/companies from outside your own country.

The safest way to purchase items via the Internet is by credit card because you can often dispute the charges if something is wrong.

Make sure the transaction is secure when you electronically send your credit card numbers.

You should also keep a list of all your credit cards and account information along with the card issuerís contact information. If anything looks suspicious or you lose your credit card(s) you should contact the card issuer immediately.

WE suggest you start complaining openly, vociferously...
starting here..

ic3.gov
File a government complaint online
badbusinessbureau
scamvictimsunited

Save every correspondence.., Print off the web pages that give you order information. Record every converstation with them by phone, get names, get addresses, get phone numbers, take down all info on the website, copy the entire website (they disappear as soon as a certain number of people have been scammed and feel the law is on the trail)

Don't be afraid to call or contact their registrar, their hosting company and report the abuse, the spam, the scam. If not happy with their answers, contact ICANN.


DEA Warning--Buying drugs online may be illegal and dangerous!

Federal law prohibits buying controlled substances such as narcotic pain relievers (e.g., OxyContin®, Vicodin ®), sedatives (e.g., Valium®, Xanax®, Ambien®), stimulants (e.g., phentermine, phendimetrazine, Adderall®, Ritalin®) and anabolic steroids (e.g., Winstrol®, Equipoise®) without a valid prescription from your doctor. This means there must be a real doctor-patient relationship, which by most state laws requires a physical examination. Prescriptions written by "cyber doctors" relying on online questionnaires are not legitimate under the law.

Buying controlled substances online without a valid prescription may be punishable by imprisonment under Federal law. Often drugs ordered from rogue websites come from foreign countries. It is a felony to import drugs into the United States and ship to a non-DEA registrant.

Buying drugs online may not be only illegal, but dangerous. The American Medical Association and state boards of medicine and pharmacy have all condemned the practice of cyber doctors issuing online prescriptions as unacceptable medical care. Drugs delivered by rogue websites may be the wrong drugs, adulterated or expired, the wrong dosage strength, or have no dosage directions or warnings.

DEA is targeting rogue online pharmacies for prosecution and shutting down these illegal websites. See the results of one such investigation, Operation Cyber Chase, at www.usdoj.gov

How to spot a rogue pharmacy: www.DEAdiversion.usdoj.gov/faq/internetpurch.htm

To report illegal prescription drug sales and/or rogue pharmacies operating on the Internet call the anonymous Pharmaceutical Drug Abuse Hotline: 1-877-RxAbuse (1-877-792-2873)


Concerns about Illegal Online Pharmacies

The issue of safety of online pharmacies has been in the media lately, with stories about illegal offshore pharmacies and reimportation of prescription medications. drugstore.com, inc. would like to provide guidelines on how to choose a reputable online pharmacy and to assure consumers about the quality and safety of our pharmaceutical services.

How to Spot a Rogue Pharmacy

While the Internet is an incredible resource for consumers seeking lower prices and convenience, the Internet is also home to hundreds of illegal online pharmacies that can put your health at risk. Many of these illegal pharmacies create professional-looking Web sites and distribute convincing emails, making it difficult for consumers to differentiate between reputable and rogue online sites. How can consumers protect themselves and identify reputable online pharmacies? Here are some helpful tips on how to spot a rogue pharmacy:

They are not currently licensed by federal or state regulatory agencies or are not certified by the NABP's VIPPS (Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Site) program.

They do not require you to visit your doctor to get a prescription. They advertise "NO PRIOR PRESCRIPTION REQUIRED" or "FREE ONLINE DOCTOR CONSULTATION."

They do not list their address. Even a site purporting to be "just across the border in Canada" may be located in Thailand, Sri Lanka, or China.

Rather than carry a full inventory of drugs as do legitimate pharmacies, they emphasize highly popular drugs, such as painkillers, weight loss, smoking cessation, and impotence drugs.

They inundate consumers with unsolicited e-mails (spam) and promote the illegal aspects of their services on large search engines.

Why Do Illegal Online Pharmacies Represent A Danger To Your Health?

Purchasing drugs from unlicensed and/or foreign sources is illegal under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. Shipments may be seized by U.S. Customs officials.

Because drugs purchased from unlicensed or foreign sources are unregulated, there is no way of knowing whether the drugs have been contaminated, are sub-potent, super-potent, expired, or counterfeit. The drugs may not have been stored under proper conditions, which can greatly alter their effectiveness. Once a drug is outside the strictly regulated U.S. pharmaceutical distribution channel, there can be no guarantee of its authenticity or effectiveness.

Most illegal pharmacies do not require a physical visit to a doctor. Of those that do require a "doctor's visit," it is typically a brief online questionnaire or a phone interview. The doctor usually does not have access to your medical records and cannot take advantage of a physical exam to judge your overall health.

Many drugs sold on illegal pharmacy sites can be dangerous if not taken under strict medical supervision. If your own doctor did not prescribe the drug you purchased from an online pharmacy, it may difficult to get reputable medical advice.

Illegal sites typically do not have licensed pharmacists available to answer any questions you may have.

You have no assurance that your sensitive, private medical information will be protected. Reputable online pharmacies comply with the new federal HIPAA regulations, which deal with privacy safeguards for medical information. In addition, to be VIPPS certified, a company must comply with the NABP's strict criteria regarding a patient's right to privacy and authentication and security of prescription orders. Few, if any, illegal online pharmacies are HIPAA complaint, and only 14 online pharmacies have earned VIPPS certification.

Many illegal sites tack on additional fees and service charges you may not be aware of, such as an enrollment fee, medical fee, consulting fee, and other unlisted charges. These additional fees and charges often bring the price up to that charged by reputable pharmacies.

Many illegal sites are located outside the protection of the U.S. legal system. If anything goes wrong, you may be unable to sue for damages. Even Canadian pharmacies have limited legal liability.

FDA Guidelines On How To Protect Yourself When Purchasing Drugs Over The Internet

Check with the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (http://www.nabp.net, (847) 698-6227) to determine whether a Web site is a licensed pharmacy in good standing.

Don't buy from sites that offer to prescribe a prescription drug for the first time without a physical exam, sell a prescription drug without a prescription, or sell drugs not approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Don't do business with sites that don't have a registered pharmacist available to answer questions.

Avoid sites that don't identify with whom you are dealing or don't provide a U.S. address and phone number to contact if there is a problem.

Don't purchase from foreign Web sites. It is illegal to import the drugs bought from these sites, the risks are greater, and there is very little the U.S. government can do if you get ripped off.

Beware of sites that advertise a "new cure" for a serious disorder or a "quick cure-all" for a wide range of ailments.

Be careful of sites that use impressive-sounding terminology to disguise a lack of good science or those that claim the government, the medical profession, or research scientists have conspired to suppress a product.

Steer clear of sites that include undocumented case histories claiming "amazing" results.

Talk to your health-care professional before using any medications for the first time.

Pharmaceuticals today are truly miracle drugs, but they are also very powerful and potent, and must be used under a physician's supervision. drugstore.com, inc. believes that legitimate online pharmacies offer the best service, the best prices, and the highest level of quality and safety for consumers. We urge consumers to first visit their local physician for an exam and, if prescription medication is necessary, have the prescription dispensed through a VIPPS-certified pharmacy.

This Quality Advice came from:
drugstore.com

Note: this one has every documentation you should be looking for..
and they sell Phentermine!
Last Update12/01/06



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