Medicina Mexico

Jazspeak
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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by Jazspeak » Tue Jun 26, 2012 5:43 am

@ Samuel40

I certainly agree that scorecard ratings and comments should be accurate and not misleading, and I have had plenty of arguments with other WOT members about this over the years.

I also agree that the US should not be imposing its domestic laws onto other countries, and that US WOT members should not be using scorecard ratings and comments as part of that imposition, and I have had many arguments with US WOT members about this over the years - even to the point of being accused of being anti-American.

However, I don't understand why anyone working for a data centre would spend so much time and effort defending a website and its business practices when the site owner has been notably silent on the matter, and when the data centre clearly has serious issues of its own that need to be addressed (cf. chinaexporter). Your rants, insults, and libels in this thread have neither helped your position nor enhanced your reputation, and have now resulted in your being investigated by LegitScript. Not a good move on your part, was it?

I offered a reasonable solution in my suggestion that the website should block country-specific IPs so that the site and its products are not available to countries where the sale and distribution of those products is illegal. It is not that hard to do and would go a long way towards resolving the issues raised in this thread.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:51 am

Let me start of by saying:

I am a proud Mexican and it is not in our nature as Mexicans to take insults. We call it Machismo or in English Macho. When I am insulted I go nuts. I am sorry if I offended you.

Regarding blocking routes, I am unable to block routes without the express permission of the site owners. No datacenter does this. In fact, I would never recommend it to anyone. The internet is worldwide and that is the way it should always be in my opinion.

One of my friends is one of the owners of Medicina Mexico. He only speaks Spanish as most people in Mexico. He asks for my help and I offered it. We grew up together as babies and have been best friends ever sense. During the period when I was out of work, I started to do my own due diligence regarding the laws and who LegitScript was.

LegitScript is welcome to investigate me to their hearts content. One only worries when they have something to hide which I do not.

I am not even sure why LegitScript even exists. There seems to be no need for them as they are not investigators, regulators or law enforcement. Their owner is a licensed attorney in the State of Oregon. He used to work for the U.S. Government and it is my opinion he is trying to set government policy even though he is not part of the government anymore.

Everyone here seems to miss the ball.

There is a real need for verification being that of a pharmacy, or any website that engages in ecommerce. But as I have already stated that verification must always be truthful. Here it is far from truthful as in the case of Medicina Mexico. Which leads me to believe, if it can happen to Medicina Mexico, then it has happened to other websites

On the web there are many comments about WOT that are not very kind. No one will ever take WOT serious until the real people of WOT fix these problems.

When I left the datacenter, everything was in perfect order. The company hired a guy for cheaper money and decided not to pay me what I wanted at the time. Bad mistake! Needless to say, the new guy prior to being fired screwed everything up. The owners were getting complaints left and right and from what I have learned they realized there mistake and hired me back and canned the other guy.

I came back to major problems that I was unaware of. Each day I am fixing and correcting the problems. At the rate we are moving, it will take me about 60 to 90 days to clean everything up and bring it back to normal.

If not for you bringing to my attention the chinaexporter routing issue I would have not known about it for some time. Thank you!

As soon as I fix one problem, then three more problems develop due to the way this ex employee did things.

I have three major routers down and I am waiting on Cisco to deliver replacement parts this week. I have major routing problems and I have one generator not working and that is only part of the problems.

The last thing I am worried about is the web pages for Baja Datacenter. I am in no condition to take on new customers until I fix the problems with the current customers.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by c۞g » Tue Jun 26, 2012 10:10 am

<quote user="samuel40">Everyone here seems to miss the ball.

There is a real need for verification being that of a pharmacy, or any website that engages in ecommerce.[/quote]

From the domain names referenced in this thread, the OP or replies, show me 1 that lists a walk-in pharmacy having a licensed pharmacist Every domain, whether you view the "About us" page, the "Contact" page, or the "Shipping / Returns" page lists this address which is _not_ a pharmacy at all.
Blvd. Sanchez Taboada #10488
Zona Rio
Tijuana, B.C., Mexico CP22010

Google maps: http://goo.gl/maps/LTy1

Herein lies the difference between an online "pharmacy" and one that you can walk / drive to, walk inside, have a [human] pharmacist fill prescriptions, etc.Not 1 of these domains display a physical walk-in pharmacy location, let alone 43 different pharmacy locations (a directory) though they all display:
&nbsp;
[img]http://img835.imageshack.us/img835/374/logoqjb.png[/img]

note: the correct phrase in English would be:
"We own 43 licensed pharmacies in Mexico"
[url=https://encrypted.google.com/#hl=en&q=licensed&tbs=dfn:1 t=_self]dictionary[/url]

Not 1 f these online "pharmacies" store any medication whatsoever.

Also, isn't it odd that every one of these domains are in English, including the .mx ccTLD's - none offer Spanish pages and many Mexicans no hablan Inglés whether they reside in Mexico or the USA - clearly the target audience is for English-speaking Americans.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Tue Jun 26, 2012 7:09 pm

<quote user="g7w">
From the domain names referenced in this thread, the OP or replies, show me 1 that lists a walk-in pharmacy having a licensed pharmacist Every domain, whether you view the "About us" page, the "Contact" page, or the "Shipping / Returns" page lists this address which is _not_ a pharmacy at all.
Blvd. Sanchez Taboada #10488
Zona Rio
Tijuana, B.C., Mexico CP22010

Google maps: http://goo.gl/maps/LTy1

Herein lies the difference between an online "pharmacy" and one that you can walk / drive to, walk inside, have a [human] pharmacist fill prescriptions, etc.Not 1 of these domains display a physical walk-in pharmacy location, let alone 43 different pharmacy locations (a directory) though they all display:
&nbsp;
[img]http://img835.imageshack.us/img835/374/logoqjb.png[/img]

note: the correct phrase in English would be:
"We own 43 licensed pharmacies in Mexico"
[url=https://encrypted.google.com/#hl=en&q=licensed&tbs=dfn:1 t=_self]dictionary[/url]

Not 1 f these online "pharmacies" store any medication whatsoever.

Also, isn't it odd that every one of these domains are in English, including the .mx ccTLD's - none offer Spanish pages and many Mexicans no hablan Inglés whether they reside in Mexico or the USA - clearly the target audience is for English-speaking Americans.
[/quote]

First, you have assumed that Mexico has pharmacist. There is no such license in Mexico. We only have Medical Doctors. I have written about this in the past posts.

Yes there domains are in English because the world speaks English. In Mexico, we have pharmacies on every corner and there is no need for Internet pharmacies.

Second, they really do have 44 pharmacies as of today and tomorrow 3 more are opening up in Mexicali. Each one is licensed and regulated. Their pharmacies have more stock of product at each store then any other pharmacy in Mexico. Would you like me to send you a picture so you can see one of there pharmacies?

Third, they are the third largest group of pharmacies in Mexico and they do have their own warehouses.

Two other group of pharmacies in Mexico un-related to Medicina Mexico have more pharmacies than Medicina Mexico.

The address on their web sites is there corporate offices. If you want, I can send you the actual address for each pharmacy they have.

The largest group of pharmacies in Mexico is Farmacias Similares, their group has over 2000 pharmacies. Yes, I said over 2000!

That group also own their own labs which are licensed to make generics in Mexico. This group does not sell their products to other pharmacies and they do not sell the brand products.

In the city of Tijuana, Farmacias Similares has two to three times the amount of pharmacies than Medicina Mexico has. All of their products are generics.

Medicina Mexico is very small in size to Farmacias Similares group of pharmacies, however they sell the brands and a different set of generics than what Farmacias Similares sells.

I must admit Farmacias Similares can be as much as 75% cheaper than everyone else. Their web page is located at:

http://www.farmaciasdesimilares.com.mx/index.htm and it is in Spanish.


Again, come visit our country and you will see for yourself.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by c۞g » Sat Jun 30, 2012 11:07 pm

It appears, four days after this topic was created, Medicina Mexico is trying to establish credibility by creating a Wikipedia entry; claiming they have 44 [walk-in] pharmacies and another 12 "under construction" but the article fails to disclose the physical address for any / each and there is no mention (yet) about the plethora of domains - including those which are [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spamvertising t=_self]spamvertised[/url] [[url=https://www.mywot.com/forum/24070-medicina-mexico?comment=147442#comment-147442 t=_self]1[/url]]

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medicina_Mexico

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Sun Jul 01, 2012 2:36 am

<quote user="g7w">
It appears, four days after this topic was created, Medicina Mexico is trying to establish credibility by creating a Wikipedia entry; claiming they have 44 [walk-in] pharmacies and another 12 "under construction" but the article fails to disclose the physical address for any / each and there is no mention (yet) about the plethora of domains - including those which are [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spamvertising t=_self]spamvertised[/url] [[url=https://www.mywot.com/forum/24070-medicina-mexico?comment=147442#comment-147442 t=_self]1[/url]]

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medicina_Mexico
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Gentlemen:

This is one of their pharmacies:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rPwHna74Kg

and this is another one of their pharmacies in Fundadores, Tijuana.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fO_9MI9_OAQ


Medicina Mexico now has 48 pharmacies as several were opened after construction was completed this last week. By the way, Medicina Mexico has never engaged in email solicitation of any kind at any time, The only emails they send are in response to emails they receive from their customers.

If you want their physical addresses of all their pharmacies then please let me know and I will send them to you.


For your information, Las Mas Barata means in English "Cheaper prices!".

As you are aware, they also own the domain http://www.lasmasbaratafarmacia.com/

Please change their ratings and please do the right thing. Also please remove the information we all know that is not truthful.

Thank you for your antisipated help and please enjoy your weekend.

Samuel

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by Jazspeak » Mon Jul 02, 2012 3:45 am

@ Samuel,

You still haven't responded to the question of the website being in English whilst claiming that the target market is Spanish-speaking Mexico. Indeed, you previously said that the site owner couldn't speak any English.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Wed Jul 04, 2012 5:41 pm

<quote user="jazspeak">
@ Samuel,

You still haven't responded to the question of the website being in English whilst claiming that the target market is Spanish-speaking Mexico. Indeed, you previously said that the site owner couldn't speak any English.
[/quote]

Sorry that it has taken me so long to respond to your question. The answer is simple the world speak English and Medicina Mexico sells worldwide.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by HansTheBlueFrog » Thu Jul 05, 2012 4:46 am

samuel40 has been spamming my board. Or, WOT's board as he/she correctly says. It appears she/he knows the rules when he/she wants to. I thought that the rest of you might be interested in these posts and in my reply..

"06/30/2012 I really think you should re-consider your rating for Medicina Mexico. It really is not a ROGUE pharmacy.

Best Regards,

Samuel

I sent him/her this response:

07/03/2012 Stop spamming my board. :(

"Once a blue frog, always a blue frog."


Then I received this message in reply:

07/04/2012 Hi:

I have no clue as to what you mean your board. To my knowledge you are not an owner of this board. You are simply a user.

Your comments about Medicina Mexico are insane and I believe you should be a man and correct your mistake. No disrespect intended. We all make mistakes and that is part of life.



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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by c۞g » Thu Jul 05, 2012 5:00 am

<quote user="samuel40">
Sorry that it has taken me so long to respond to your question. The answer is simple the world speak English and Medicina Mexico sells worldwide.
[/quote]
Many of your replies speak about walk-in pharmacies, while this thread is centered on Internet domains.

You've mentioned that there are no pharmacists [licensed] yet the Mexican government requires prescriptions written by Mexican doctors for many medications.

How can these be legally sold to anyone, inside or outside of Mexico unless that "someone" visits a doctor in Mexico to obtain the required prescription? Unless... there are no transfers of medication from within Mexico as in using a drop-ship service from another country such as India (for example). In any case, it is illegal for most others to import medications from outside their own country - including the USA

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