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by M
on August 1, 2012
Scam artist!
Re: Rxmed pharm's Adderall (ADD)
by M. Ellis
on February 29, 2012
RxMed pharm's ADD is sold in blister packs which are supposed to be made by TEVA in Sellersville, PA. First of all, had in analyzed a credible lab, its not ADD but the analgesic TRAMADOL. Secondly, no expiration date on package. ADD has an NDC number not an NDS number. Thirdly, I have never seen ADD in a blister pack. These folks are criminals selling you a narcotic analgesic instead of a CNS stimulant which are very, very different drugs. I am going to TEVA and the DEA.
Re: RxMedPharma Adderall
by Michael Ellis
on February 28, 2012
Despite the official looking packaging which says the material was made by Pleva Pharmaceuticals in Pennsylvania which does make Adderall. The information on the package is incorrect. The NDS number should be an NDC number! When I had the material analyzed at a well known lab the drug in the pill was not Adderall but the analgesic Tramadol. This organization is a scam producing not counterfeit drugs but replacing what you think you are buying with a totally different drug. Be careful these folks are criminals!
by laura franks
on October 18, 2011
I paid a tone of money for seven little tablets that were sent in a torn up bit of paper, I paid for about 50, they said they would said they would sort it out within 20 days and it would be corrected, they even told me my order had been shipped, it never came, so they said they would refund with in ten days its 15 days later and they still havent but they are telling me they have and refusing do anything more other then say they have, and its always badly spelled and written. This is a fake pharmacy and they are just after your money stay away from them, I have all thier emails and my origional 7 odd looking tablets and Im going to inform the Police.
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by piglet
on December 1, 2010
I tried calling their international line all I hear was someone in the background banging on something..

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