Scams: Prescribe4u And Ctopay

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john Says:


Just a warning to people, If you use IOP's to order from, be wary of the legalities and realize you have no recourse - prescribe4u is a scammer company and they are in league with ttopay or ctopay who processes card purchases. - ttopay is based out of China, and never erases your credit card information, I have been defrauded by over 10 charges to my card that originated out of China. So beware.



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Nickey Says:

This was a news story about the owner of cttpay/ttpay and webrelated drug website:

GLOBAL HUNT FOR VIAGRA GANG BOSS

A WORLDWIDE hunt is under way for a former Stoke-on-Trent businessman behind a multi-million pound illegal drugs factory selling Viagra.

Geoffrey Bible has been named as the mastermind behind the Hanley operation and was last living in Cyprus.

The 59-year-old, pictured, ran a website advertising the sale of branded prescription-only drugs - including Viagra - without a licence from Southern Cyprus.

His former girlfriend, Norma Ruutel-Glykys, is now starting an eight-month jail term after selling thousands of pounds of the drugs from a flat in Hanley, which doubled as the website's UK distribution centre.

Now Department of Health investigators want to question Mr Bible.

A spokesman for the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) said: "We are looking for Geoffrey Bible, who we believe was last known to be in Cyprus.

"He is under investigation and we are going down every route we can to find him."

Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court heard this week that Mr Bible, who previously lived in Bradeley and Clayton, was the "main player" in the drugs factory.

Ruutel-Glykys had formed a relationship with Mr Bible during 2004 to 2005 in Cyprus after he set up his website business in the country.

Department of Health prosecutor Kennedy Talbot said: "She was involved in assisting him to operate his business in Cyprus while she was there.

"Bible was the main player and a man called Bowyer was number two in the chain of command. She (Ruutel-Glykys) was third in the hierarchy."

Police who raided the Union Street flat last year found 250,000 tablets worth more than ?1 million.

The drugs included treatments for impotence, which were not authorised for sale in the EU.

Also among the stash were 13,162 Valium tablets with a street value of ?25,665, tablets of the sedative Xanax with a value of ?538, and impotence drugs worth ?10,756.

In 2004, Mr Bible, who once owned Mr B's Furniture, in Bradeley, was made bankrupt after his business selling Viagra and slimming drugs collapsed.

The website at the centre of the latest investigation – Pharma2u.com – could not be traced yesterday.

Mother-of-two Ruutel-Glykys, aged 51, was jailed after admitting two charges of possessing a Class C drug with intent to supply, possessing medical products with intent to place on the market without authorisation and selling prescription-only medicine between January 31 and March 4 last year.

http://www.thisisstaffordshire.co.uk/GLOBAL-HUNT-VIAGRA-GANG-BOSS/story-12516644-detail/story.html

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Verwon Says:

Thank you for posting this information and warning others.

However, when someone tries to order medications, illegally, without a prescription, this is just one of the hazards that they may run into.

If you really need a medication, it is always best to see your doctor, so you have a legitimate prescription and can obtain them legally, that way you do not run into a scam and you are assured of getting the actual medication that you need.

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Prescription_drug/­

Are there any comments or questions?

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Michael Says:

I am Michael, the person who was supposed to be second in command as discussed below by this **** who posted to this forum, bet its not his real name, because cowards always hide behind pseudonyms I also bet your from another IOP who wants to knock a great supplier such as prescribe4u. Mr. Howard/Coward prove your not. I also bet that you have never ordered one Item from prescribe4u and you certainly have never been scammed by them just take a look on their website blogs and see the thousands of satisfied clients.Have you ever been scammed yourself Mr. Coward Howard by cto or is this also because you have been scammed how many times? by other China companies, you yourself Mr Coward/Howard say you have been scammed 10 times!! your not the brightest bulb in the pack are you!! I'm sure if you disclose your true identity you will definitely be sued, go on Mr Coward/Howard I dare you identify yourself. Also "Nicky" do you know that you can be sued for copying a part or the whole article from another news article without the authors permission its called plagiarism, just in case you to are a bit dim, you too can be sued.

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Clair Admin prescribe4u Says:

None of the charges posted here are true. We are operating for many years and have never ever scammed anyone. However, there are some users that wants to get refund when we have evidence that they received goods. Our payment processor is a legitimate company that never discloses, or uses provided data for fraud.
We DO answer to every complaint via

In every field, there always will be someone who complains, and want to make harm, but as an evidence for our honesty, please take a look at other reviews about our services:

From independent websites:
http://www.pharmacyreviewer.com/forum/discussion-online-pharmacies-featured-general-reviews-section/16469-prescribe4u-org.html
http://www.drugbuyersguide.com/index.php?/topic/4-prescribe4uorg/
http://overseaspharmacy.com/forum/reviews-feedback-based-experience-iops/3065-prescribe4u-org.html
http://www.topix.com/forum/drug/valium/T892URPCH2TS6R6AI

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merl abbo Says:

This is completly false about this company and the payment processor. I am a long time member of pharmacywatchers, pharmacyreviewers, and remedy talk. I am a member of a 3 state area of the prescription community called MEDZ. I have all the proof needed to support this and I request that you take another look and hopefully remove this posting
Merl

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merl abbo Says:

THIS IS A COMPLETLY DIFFERENT PERSON, THE COMPANY MENTIONED HAS NO RELATION TO PRESCIBE4U. PLEASE CONSIDER REMOVING IT

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MEDZ EXE Says:

PLEASE RETHINK ABOUT THE LIABILITY YOU ARE CAUSING YOURSELF ABOUT THIS ACCUSATION. WE ARE MEMBERS OF A TRI STATE FORUM AND HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE, TRUTH AND ATTORNEY RESOURCES TO HELP WHEN A COMPANY IS ACCUSED WITH NO ACTUAL WRONGDOING. WE ARE RESEARCHING TO FIND OUT WHO STARTED THIS AND WILL FOLLOW IT THRU TO THE LETTER

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pharmacyreviewer administrator Says:

Mr Howard please reply back to me personally, I think you have the wrong company and person

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ron hitcher Says:

John, can you email me and give me more info on this, I think I was also scammed by them [1]

[1] Editor's note: In order to protect privacy we do not allow individuals to post their personal contact information in our discussion threads (except in some very rare cases).

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MedsChat Admin Says:
[ Site Admin ]

Hi everyone,

Something EXTREMELY fishy is going on with this forum. We have several posts from "different" people, but they are all originating from the same place. We even have some posts coming from that place which contradict one-another. This goes against our terms of use and we have banned the originating IP addresses of the offending posts.

We suggest that individuals conduct their own research and use their own common sense when it comes to obtaining medications from the internet.

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Smitty Says:

Am I the only one who sees irony in this page? First we have someone posting how ordering from online pharmacies is bad and that a payment processor out of china made fraudulent charges on their credit card. Well uhmm ya ... if you order drugs into the usa without a prescription first off that's illegal so chances are whoever processes the payment will have to be out of the country. Of course china would allow that sort of a thing LOL. Then you have this Michael Bowyer character coming on here and basically bad mouthing and threatening to sue whoever this john howard person is. So that right there is ironic because Bowyer was named in an article relating to the crackdown of an illegal drug ring yet HE is threatening and calling all kinds of names to someone else and HE is sticking up for another online pharmacy. Ironic? I think so.

And then to add to the humor ... drum roll ... you get this 'merl abbo' person and then some MEDZ EXE person on here who are both claiming to be part of a tri state forum (what does that even mean?????) - the irony being that they are trying to get some post taken off and MEDZ even mentions attorneys ... yet selling drugs online without a prescription or selling drugs to be trafficked into the usa from other countries is illegal to begin with! HA HA HA how someone can threaten legal stuff when they're supporting illegal activitys WTF!?!?!?

In fact the only coherent post looks like it's from some Clair person who works for prescribe4u and she actually seems to make sense and be courteous. So can anyone actually tell me what the heck is going on here??!?!? Someone who actually ordered from prescribe4u???!?

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deb Says:

@Smitty you're funny. Ppl shuld search around b4 ordering meds online. At least what others say bout the pharmacy.

@merl says
"This is completly false about this company and the payment processor. I am a long time member of pharmacywatchers, pharmacyreviewers, and remedy talk. I am a member of a 3 state area of the prescription community called MEDZ"

I wanna know @merl. Why do you care about prescribe4u & cto pay? R u affiliated with the online pharmacies or something? Sound like a conflict of interest 2 me that somone part of pharma review sites or a community needs 2 defend another site selling meds online. I cant even find anything on google about "MEDZ". Smells like fish to me.

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John Howard Says:

I have just now found this with the help of this website, I is incorrect and someone received my password and wrote over 15 emails during this period , prescribe4u is a good place

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John Says:

This also is from a rouge blacklisted spot and sent under false pretences. None of this has anything to do with PRESCRIBE4U AND I APOLOGIZE FOR DAMAGE AND CONTROVERSY CAUSED.

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james Says:

that are not independient sites ! how do you think this site make money ! their are affiliates, if you click on the link of the site they recommend you, you will site that it appearence more than just the plane url, it also appearence his affiliate code.

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Roy Says:

Yeah I agree with james - doubt that the pharmacyreviewer site or drugbuyersguide are completely unbiased. They probably have an affiliate arrangement with 1 or more online pharmacies.

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Karl Says:

P4U is not a ph*rmacy! They send tablets that do not contain m*dication! They falsify their website's blog! They don't honor their %100 satisfaction guaranteed policy! They use to be a legit operation so if you hear any good reports or see good reviews be aware that these based on a point in time when they were actually a legit operation! They stole $200 from me. Of course I have asked for a refund over a dozen times and of course they have ignored me! There are countless other places to do business! Good luck!

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Jonny Says:

MICHAEL BOWYER AND DAVID FAIRHURST DESERVE TO BURN AND I AM WAITING FOR THEM WHEN THEY GET OUT OF PRISON.

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Jonny Says:

MSG TO MICHAEL B.:

JUDGING BY THE REPORT FROM JUNE 26TH 2012, YOU SHOULD BE OUT NOW A FEW WEEKS.

Bowyer, aged 63, of Rosewood Avenue, Stockton Brook,
Fairhurst, aged 61, of Whitehaven Drive, Hanley

"Stoke-on-Trent trio admit laundering Viagra cash from illegal website"

Read more: thisisstaffordshire.co.uk/Stoke-Trent-trio-admit-laundering-Viagra-cash/story-16451231-detail/story.html

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WHITEY53 Says:

name the countless other businesses then !!!!!

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