Medicina Mexico

samuel40
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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Wed Jun 20, 2012 7:53 am

HansTheBlueFrog

In reading your statement again, I find something troubling. Are you saying that we are employing a ex felon? Who is this person?

Our company has a policy that we do not hire persons convicted of crimes and we also have a policy that anyone charged with a crime is placed on immediate suspension pending an outcome of their case. In most cases, if they are charged with a crime, we terminate the employment guilty or not.


HansTheBlueFrog
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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by HansTheBlueFrog » Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:31 am

<quote user="samuel40">
HansTheBlueFrog

In reading your statement again, I find something troubling. Are you saying that we are employing a ex felon? Who is this person?

Our company has a policy that we do not hire persons convicted of crimes and we also have a policy that anyone charged with a crime is placed on immediate suspension pending an outcome of their case. In most cases, if they are charged with a crime, we terminate the employment guilty or not.
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“Your company,” as you call it, is a scam operation. My post should not have been that difficult to understand. For someone who as you claimed was just rehired you suddenly appear to be presenting yourself as an owner. But never mind! I quoted from LegitScript, and I have no reason to doubt their veracity. Speaking for myself I also have no interest to waste my time in any further foolish debate over who you or anyone else connected with this scam are, or what your purpose is.

You have not succeeded in confusing anyone, and you have certainly not managed to fool me. If you wish to continue to waste your time, fine. Go ahead.

samuel40
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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:59 am

<quote user="hansthebluefrog">
“Your company,” as you call it, is a scam operation. My post should not have been that difficult to understand. For someone who as you claimed was just rehired you suddenly appear to be presenting yourself as an owner. But never mind! I quoted from LegitScript, and I have no reason to doubt their veracity. Speaking for myself I also have no interest to waste my time in any further foolish debate over who you or anyone else connected with this scam are, or what your purpose is.

You have not succeeded in confusing anyone, and you have certainly not managed to fool me. If you wish to continue to waste your time, fine. Go ahead.
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You must be on drugs!

I asked you for the name of the employee who you claimed worked for our datacenter that is an ex felon. If this information is true, or is it some wet dream you dreamed up? Why have you refused to disclose this information? It is very important to me and our company if it is true.

Because I do not agree with you, does not make myself, or the company I work for, a scam as you put it. Do you know the defination of a scam?

No I am not the owner of the datacenter and I have never at any time claimed at any time that I was the owner. Your statement is not true. YES I was just hired back, is that a crime in your mind?

So you and everyone elses knows who I am:

Just go to: http://whois.arin.net/rest/net/NET-209-205-192-0-1/pft

Next week you will see my information listed on all of the IP located at our datacenter. Since we are a large datacenter, I will be on thousands of IP's as the person to contact. I will be listed on both Latnic and ARIN.

I can always be reached at samuel@bajadatacenter.com.mx

Now for the big question, who are you? What is your relationship with WOT, or LegitScript ,or Medicina Mexico.

I won't ask you about a relationship with Baja Datacenter due to the fact that I know no relationship exists between you and our company.

You always fail to give direct answers to my questions, why is this? Do you have something to hide?

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by Jazspeak » Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:33 am

<quote user="samuel40">
"...Baja Datacenter..."
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This thread is not about Baja Datacentre - but thanks for letting everyone know that the Baja Datacentre facilitates cross-border crimes. I am sure that the Baja Datacentre will be appropriately rated by those with an interest in the subject.

samuel40
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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:52 am

<quote user="jazspeak">
This thread is not about Baja Datacentre - but thanks for letting everyone know that the Baja Datacentre facilitates cross-border crimes. I am sure that the Baja Datacentre will be appropriately rated by those with an interest in the subject.
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Zazspeak

If we are guilty then every datacenter around the world is guilty including the ones located in the UK. Our rules and policies are the same as every other datacenter. If this is true, then you need to file law suits against all the datacenters in the UK. Let me know the results!

We cross connect for many telephone companies in Mexico and out of Mexico. Using your logic, we are guilty if you or someone else engages into a criminal offense using a telephone circuit that is connected through our datacenter. That makes no sense and the law does not support that.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by Guest » Wed Jun 20, 2012 2:27 pm

I'm in agreement with Hans that this discussion is really over, as far as Samuel trying to convince / twist truths.

The only thing left is to add more sites as the come about.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by samuel40 » Wed Jun 20, 2012 6:32 pm

Talk about hiding from the truth. Now we have a second person that does not want to answer the questions that I have presented.


Today has been a busy day, the FBI is here at the datacenter. It seems they will be here 24 hours a day until they wind up this criminal investigation. They have a complete team and the cyber squad. Our PGR people are also here. I am learning some new tricks with data and I got to see the Carnivore and Echelon software in use. WOW they are light years ahead of my knowledge.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by Guest » Wed Jun 20, 2012 7:22 pm

@ Anyone =

Here are the sites were you can report a rogue pharmacy online
NABP

http://www.nabp.net/programs/consumer-protection/buying-medicine-online/report-a-site

FDA
If you wish to report suspected criminal activity relating to FDA regulated products,

http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/email/oc/oci/contact.cfm

Hopefully Google gets involved as they are quite interested in these rogue pharmacies online

Thanks !

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by Jazspeak » Thu Jun 21, 2012 2:07 am

@ samuel40

Re:
<quote user="samuel40">
"...Echelon software..."
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Thank you for confirming that you are full of bovine excreta.

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RE: Medicina Mexico

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 21, 2012 2:26 am

<quote user="jazspeak">
@ samuel40

Re:


Thank you for confirming that you are full of...
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Echo =

In the meantime cosmetic changes have taken place in some sites, for instance there is no more "Viagra for women "

He believes this to be a joke!

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