Thread: Pharmagroups canned response
11-20-2001, 12:22 PM #1Associate Member
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- Southern California
Pharmagroups canned response
To whom it may concern,
Pharma Group has a long, established reputation of being one of the leading online pharmaceutical companies in the world. We have been serving customers for 5 years now, and have a loyal and consistent client base that has persevered throughout the years. We have always been diligent in helping our customers find a discreet way to order pharmaceuticals without a prescription requirement. Therefore, do you sincerely believe we would remain in business as one of the largest online pharmacies if we were defrauding people as a common practice?
If Pharma Group is going to be judged relative to other online pharmacies, then it should be done justly, and in comparison to pharmacies that provide the same prescription-free service. Firstly, our company ships out thousands of orders each month, and has a 5-7% rate of unsuccessful deliveries. That small percentage results in the amount of hundreds of confiscated shipments. Relative to other small or new online pharmacies, we have a much greater client base, shipping out possibly 10 times as many orders. By virtue of this proportion, naturally we are more susceptible to 10 times as many complaints.
In spite of any assumptions or claims, an undelivered package is purely the result of customs confiscation. Consider the fact that our also company suffers financially when a shipment is not delivered successfully. In addition to the labor of dealing with disgruntled customers, we accept a portion of the losses by making reshipments, though the buyer previously claimed full liability. When a confiscation occurs, the shipment is just as lost for us, as it is for the customer.
Normally, customs procedure for seizure of goods requires a notification. Everyone has assumed that it is a required practice. However, the following statement was taken from the U.S. Customs website regarding seizures and notifications, (i.e. customs is not required to issue confiscation notices in this case):
"NOTE: None of the property rights or procedures described pertain to seizures of prohibited substances (Schedule I drugs, etc.), which are forfeited to the government immediately after seizure and destroyed as soon as possible thereafter according to federal and local environmental laws." (For more information, You can visit the website, www.customs.gov).
The point is that just because people are making false assumptions and accusations about our company, does not mean we are not fulfilling our promised responsibilities and committment to our customers. Although a 5-7% rate of unsuccessful deliveries still exists, contrary to “popular” belief we work hard to bring our customers this service.
If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. We would be happy to respond to any of your concerns.
11-20-2001, 12:24 PM #2
same response i.g. got........................
11-20-2001, 12:29 PM #3ptbyjason Guest
That's great, just a copy and paste to everyone.
11-20-2001, 07:58 PM #4
yep, got the same one...
scamming f***s! I hope one of there kids do juice one day and shoot 3ml of suspension into there femural artery!
Sorry, just venting...
11-21-2001, 01:05 AM #5
Got the same letter. I wonder if someone even bothers to read the letters you send them?
Last edited by Black Stang; 11-21-2001 at 08:05 AM.
11-21-2001, 04:56 AM #6
I think the main problem JJ had was not the fact that they claimed his order was nabbed, but the fact that they (Pharmagroup) threatened to release his confidential info. to the authorities. To deal with a disgruntled customer by threatening them (which is not only immoral, but possibly illegal) is tactless, cowardly and should not go un-addressed.
11-21-2001, 07:50 PM #7
man i feel left out they didnt send me a responce
11-21-2001, 08:03 PM #8
got the same crap
Got the same letter on the accounts I sent email from.
I can't believe that a company would go to those extremes.
11-21-2001, 09:02 PM #9
It's a form letter... You bitch about them or their products, they send you this letter
Some personal service, HUH !
07-14-2002, 07:35 AM #10New Member
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- Jun 2002
Ive had no problems with Pharma group,They answer my questions and also get my order to me fast!!!
07-14-2002, 08:09 AM #11Senior Member
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Pharma group sucks ass!!!!
07-14-2002, 10:06 AM #12Associate Member
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- costa rica
i would be hesitent to use any online pharmacy company. many are flagged by customs.
02-02-2003, 12:22 AM #13
How would customs know it was from PharmaGroup if packaging has no return address on it?
02-02-2003, 08:37 AM #14
Bastards f**king ripped me off on a huge-ass order of winstrol amps a year back or so.
Truly... I have thought about taking a trip to 'visit' them. (can I say that? I don't give a f**k!)
Last edited by Solrock; 02-02-2003 at 08:40 AM.
03-19-2003, 09:03 PM #15
03-19-2003, 09:14 PM #16
Well i have to say in the begining when i didnt know any better i used them. Guess i got lucky i received all my orders. But once i found out about them and their select scamming i never used them again! Sorry to hear about ur lose bro!
03-20-2003, 12:42 PM #17Junior Member
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- clearwater fla
i ordered online on my first cycle from somewhere in europe, just a small order to see if it was legit. customs nabbed it about 9 months ago. they sent me a letter saying that i could protest it but without a script i was like i will pass on that. i have a great ? does anyone orders from over seas in the last 8months and receive there goods? cause i was told customs xray every package every package and open them aswell
03-20-2003, 01:00 PM #18
you can still get goods from overseas. it just depends how well your source packs them.
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