Concern about fake online pharmacies has grown. The pharmaceutical industry has called the rise of counterfeit online pharmacy websites a “global disaster.” According to this link, https://www.elalmanaque.com/wp/internet/cuan-confiable-es-la-informacion-sobre-la-salud-encontrada-en-internet/, there are only a few things to worry about:
First, there are undoubtedly unscrupulous scammers running fake online pharmacy websites here. It would help if you were careful to confirm any Internet pharmacy’s validity before buying medicines from it. Secondly, you should take the reports of the pharmaceutical enterprise with a grain of salt. The main interest of the Big Pharmacy (plus the benefits) is that you pay high dollars to get your medications locally, rather than merely purchasing them through a licensed Canadian pharmacy.
How can you be sure you are ordering from a real Canadian pharmacy and not a fake online pharmacy? First, check the pharmacy’s website carefully. The website should provide the pharmacy’s authorization number, the pharmacy’s physical address, and the regulatory body that oversees its operation. You can visit the website for a list of pharmacies in each state of Canada or find out the regulatory body for the specific state where your pharmacy is located. The pharmacy must also provide a contact number on their website that can be called. There must be a pharmacist available with whom you can talk about your purchase. Ask the pharmacist for identification and ask for a license number. If desired, you can confirm this license number with the provincial drug regulatory authority.
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