CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

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RE: CIPA, PharmacyChecker & Legit Script conflicts

Post by PharmacyChecker » Tue Aug 25, 2015 7:10 pm

<quote user="nova7">
CIPA approves online pharmacies under indictment. Example:
www.cipa.com/member/canadadrugs.com

PharmacyChecker.com director (and canadaDrugs.com) has been indicted.
www.multivu.com/players/English/7602051 ... tion-drugs (Director indicted.)

AND
pharmacychecker.com approved multiple online pharmacies whose operators have been indicted and/or convicted (8th paragraph in same article)

More background:
http://blog.legitscript.com/2015/08/pha ... tens-libel

www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/canadaDrugs.com
www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/PharmacyChecker.com (pharmacyChecker.com, which approves of canadaDrugs.com, and had a key manager from canadaDrugs.com)
www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/cipa.com (CIPA approved(s) canadaDrugs.com, which has been indicted.
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Also, PharmacyChecker.com does not have a key manager from CanadaDrugs.com. Looking forward to you correcting that information. Thanks.

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RE: CIPA, PharmacyChecker & Legit Script conflicts

Post by Guest » Tue Aug 25, 2015 9:15 pm

First, kill the live links to those sites

Second, here are more news about your company

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/u-departm ... 00645.html [ T ]http://news.sys-con.com/node/3418430

httxxp://www.securingindustry.com/pharmaceutical ... /s40/a2470>

About your scare tactics >

By GABRIEL LEVITTMARCH 24, 2014

[cite]A version of this op-ed appears in print on March 25, 2014, on page A27 of the New York edition with the headline: Scare Tactics Over Foreign Drugs. Today's Paper|Subscribe [/cite]

[cite]ABOUT five million Americans buy medication internationally each year because of high costs in the United States. These drugs are considered “foreign unapproved drugs” by the Food and Drug Administration, and federal law makes it illegal to buy them[/cite]

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/25/opini ... ml?_r=0Old news based on scary tactics

Why is that, nowhere you mention that there are other alternatives as

http://rxoutreach.org/find-out-if-you-are-eligible [T]

You agree that the company that you own is breaking the law and money is your main motivator

[cite](My company, PharmacyChecker.com, helps Americans find information on obtaining lower-cost medications from Canada and other countries,[red] so I have a financial stake in making sure the public is informed[/red].)[/cite]

Whatever opinion you wrote, which anyone can do, is biased at best
[cite]Looking forward to you correcting that information. Thanks.[/cite]
What information should we correct?
What it was written on the News sites?

That is up to the news sites and you!

[cite]A renown 1st Amendment lawyer agrees that it is libelous[/cite]

From what I gather, you will fight these writings based on The First Amendment ....... good luck!
On the other hand, if, what you expect is to "scare us" into removing our ratings :/

That won't happen, until your activities are within the law, if the FDA approves it and is not longer ILLEGAL, I will remove my opinion, but not before and please next time, you give your free opinion, it would be nice, if you were to be more frank

[cite]Less Than $35,310 a year[/cite]Per person will give you access to medication approved by the FDA, for a fraction of what it costs, something like $25 for 90 days supply or $45 for six months on some medications, on others you may do better

Your year old article does not mention this, but it was your choice

Until the medicines you promote are approved by Legit script that is used by the FDA

My rating [red] remains

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RE: CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

Post by nova7 » Tue Aug 25, 2015 9:20 pm

PharmacyChecker.com twisting a WOT comment and a Federal indictment about a member of its team being indicted into meaning (according to pharmacyChecker.com) that pharmacyChecker.com was indicted:
www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/pharmacychec ... t-87656229

AND
"Health Canada" / xttp://webprod5.hc-sc.gc.ca/el-le/dispatch-del-repartition-leppp.do?lang=eng which issued a license to candadDrugs.com, withdrew its license. Yet, pharmacyChecker approves of the unlicensed pharmacy. xttp://www.pharmacychecker.com/pharmacies/canadadrugs/23 (The organization "approves" canadaDrugs.com, which has an indictment and is unlicensed by Health Canada)

Comment [red]stands[/red].

Take it to the courts where the matter already is. The "web of distrust" around canadaDrugs.com is further being figured out there.

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RE: CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

Post by Guest » Tue Aug 25, 2015 10:22 pm

@All =
[cite]First, PharmacyChecker is a competitor. Google used to require Internet pharmacy advertisers to be PharmacyChecker-approved, but terminated its contract with PharmacyChecker in 2010 (followed by Yahoo and Microsoft), and then hired LegitScript to monitor Google's Internet pharmacy ads in the US and EU. After that, the personal attacks against LegitScript started.
https://www.legitscript.com/about/setti ... d-straight [ T ]

Second, before PharmacyChecker lost the Google contract, multiple sources (in addition to LegitScript) revealed that PharmacyChecker had approved Internet pharmacies that were selling prescription drugs without a prescription. Some of PharmacyChecker's approved websites were also the subject of counterfeit drug warnings in the U.S. or Canada.[/cite]
https://www.legitscript.com/about/setti ... -straight/
You may want to read futher
http://blog.legitscript.com/2010/09/poi ... sentations [ T ]
[cite]Conclusion
PharmacyChecker is correct about one thing: LegitScript has consistently, and publicly, argued that search engines, Registrars, ISPs, and other third parties should require that Internet pharmacies adhere to NABP-approved standards and to federal law. LegitScript stands by that belief. Indeed, PharmacyChecker, in declining to require adherence to those standards, ended up approving websites engaged in the sale of non-FDA approved drugs and selling prescription drugs without a valid prescription. Given those facts, it should come as no surprise that the search engines ultimately terminated their contracts ? or that in 2007[/cite]
You may read about Legit Script
http://blog.legitscript.com/author/legitscript-folks [T]
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RE: CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

Post by PharmacyChecker » Fri Aug 28, 2015 4:56 am

<quote user="nova7">
PharmacyChecker.com twisting a WOT comment and a Federal indictment about a member of its team being indicted into meaning (according to pharmacyChecker.com) that pharmacyChecker.com was indicted:
www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/pharmacychec ... t-87656229

AND
"Health Canada" / xttp://webprod5.hc-sc.gc.ca/el-le/dispatch-del-repartition-leppp.do?lang=eng which issued a license to candadDrugs.com, withdrew its license. Yet, pharmacyChecker approves of the unlicensed pharmacy. xttp://www.pharmacychecker.com/pharmacies/canadadrugs/23 (The organization "approves" canadaDrugs.com, which has an indictment and is unlicensed by Health Canada)

Comment [red]stands[/red].

Take it to the courts where the matter already is. The "web of distrust" around canadaDrugs.com is further being figured out there.
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I'll respect your decision but I will continue to present facts to the community that hopefully provide balance. Let's start wit the fact that CanadaDrugs.com remains a member of PharmacyChecker.com's Verification Program because the licenses of its associated retail pharmacies remain valid and the online pharmacy meets our program's standards, which are extensive [http://www.pharmacychecker.com/verifica ... ds_1_3.pdf].

You might note that CanadaDrugs.com is still a licensed pharmacy in Manitoba: http://mpha.in1touch.org/page.pdf. So when people order from that online pharmacy, they are receiving medications from licensed pharmacies. For some people, it is their only affordable option. They also refer orders to licensed pharmacies in the UK, New Zealand, and Barbados and make it very transparent on their site.

Please know that we are not condoning their former wholesale pharmacy enterprise. And as reported in the WSJ, they exited that industry three years ago.

Please allow some sunlight in to recognize the simple fact that 35 million Americans did not fill a prescription in the U.S. last year due to cost. Five million of them bought medications internationally last year and many of them would not have been able to afford prescribed medication without that lifeline.

Super Hero is right that there are low cost option in the U.S., particularly on generics, but millions are falling through the cracks because the domestic options are not adequate. I think this article is indicative of the public health problem of high drug prices and why people are buying medications internationally: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/23/healt ... l?hpw&_r=2&.



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RE: CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

Post by nova7 » Mon Aug 31, 2015 9:50 pm

Another CIPA / pharmacyChecker.com "approved" pharmacy, ordered shutdown by the official pharmacy licensing agency.(pharmacyChecker has no authority to control legit licenses and it's select few "approvals" are moot).

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/totalca ... -1.3207829 (CBC News Manitoba. CIPA and pharmacyChecker.com "approved" site ordered to shut down).

www.pharmacychecker.com/profilerx.asp?P ... 57ED10FF35 (PharmayChecker "approved" unlicensed pharmacy).

www.cipa.com/member/TotalCareMart.com (cipa "active" / approved unlicensed pharmacy)

AND
http://blog.legitscript.com/2015/03/ano ... s-indicted (Another indicted, pharamcyChecker "approved" pharmacy. No longer online.).


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RE: CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

Post by nova7 » Mon Aug 31, 2015 11:23 pm

At least eleven days later, cipa and pharmacyChecker.com, along with the Manitoba licensing-authority College of Pharmacists of Manitoba, still approve or license a pharmacy to sell "affordable" medicines that were allegedly stored in a garage (court will decide the case).
http://blog.legitscript.com/2015/08/pha ... tens-libel (canadaDrugs.com storing medicines in garage, fifth paragraph)
www.cipa.com/member/canadadrugs.com ("active" / approved)
www.pharmacychecker.com/pharmacies/canadadrugs/23/ (approval--five checks)
http://mpha.in1touch.org/site/directory (canadadrugs.com still has a license. It's ok to sell medicines from a pharmacy that have been stored in a garage)

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RE: CIPA, PharmacyChecker & Legit Script conflicts

Post by PharmacyChecker » Thu Sep 03, 2015 12:54 pm

<quote user="nova7">
CIPA approves online pharmacies under indictment. Example:
www.cipa.com/member/canadadrugs.com

PharmacyChecker.com director (and canadaDrugs.com) has been indicted.
www.multivu.com/players/English/7602051 ... tion-drugs (Director indicted.)

AND
pharmacychecker.com approved multiple online pharmacies whose operators have been indicted and/or convicted (8th paragraph in same article)

More background:
http://blog.legitscript.com/2015/08/pha ... tens-libel

www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/canadaDrugs.com
www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/PharmacyChecker.com (pharmacyChecker.com, which approves of canadaDrugs.com, and had a key manager from canadaDrugs.com)
www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/cipa.com (CIPA approved(s) canadaDrugs.com, which has been indicted.
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Hi Nova7 - You wrote that PharmacyChecker.com had a key manager from CanadaDrugs.com, which is not true. I know you disagree with me and PharmacyChecker but let's stick to the facts, please. Re-read LegitScript's post or the indictment and you'll see that I'm telling the truth. Thanks.

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RE: CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

Post by PharmacyChecker » Thu Sep 03, 2015 1:01 pm

<quote user="nova7">
Another CIPA / pharmacyChecker.com "approved" pharmacy, ordered shutdown by the official pharmacy licensing agency.(pharmacyChecker has no authority to control legit licenses and it's select few "approvals" are moot).

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/totalca ... -1.3207829 (CBC News Manitoba. CIPA and pharmacyChecker.com "approved" site ordered to shut down).

www.pharmacychecker.com/profilerx.asp?P ... 57ED10FF35 (PharmayChecker "approved" unlicensed pharmacy).

www.cipa.com/member/TotalCareMart.com (cipa "active" / approved unlicensed pharmacy)

AND
http://blog.legitscript.com/2015/03/ano ... s-indicted (Another indicted, pharamcyChecker "approved" pharmacy. No longer online.).
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The online pharmacy you mention refers prescription orders to licensed pharmacies in Canada and several other countries that require valid prescriptions and meet other requirements relevant to online pharmacy safety. That's why it is a member of the PharmacyChecker.com verification program. The CBC news story that you link to does not say there was a safety issue with TotalCareMart.com. We believe that regulators in the U.S. and Canada, and globally, should take great care to prevent actions that curtail access to safe and affordable medication. Do you agree?

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RE: CIPA & Legit Script conflicts

Post by PharmacyChecker » Thu Sep 03, 2015 1:11 pm

<quote user="nova7">
At least eleven days later, cipa and pharmacyChecker.com, along with the Manitoba licensing-authority College of Pharmacists of Manitoba, still approve or license a pharmacy to sell "affordable" medicines that were allegedly stored in a garage (court will decide the case).
http://blog.legitscript.com/2015/08/pha ... tens-libel (canadaDrugs.com storing medicines in garage, fifth paragraph)
www.cipa.com/member/canadadrugs.com ("active" / approved)
www.pharmacychecker.com/pharmacies/canadadrugs/23/ (approval--five checks)
http://mpha.in1touch.org/site/directory (canadadrugs.com still has a license. It's ok to sell medicines from a pharmacy that have been stored in a garage)
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You're right: The pharmacies and online pharmacies you mention are still licensed and valid and helping consumers afford medication. It's not OK to sell medications in a dangerous manner. No one or company in question here sold medications that were stored in a garage and that has not been alleged.

In a petition from Change.org last year, over two thousand Americans commented about their serious medical need for lower cost medication from other countries. Please be so kind to look through some of them: http://www.pharmacychecker.com/pdf/comm ... fdasia.pdf. You can find the same comments on Change.org but they are harder to sort through: https://api.change.org/p/kathleen-sebel ... de-the-u-s.


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