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Mexican Pharma Gets Rare “F-” Rating: STAY AWAY!

The Mexican Pharma deserves lower than an "F-" rating: STAY AWAY! The Mexican Pharma (themexicanpharma.org) received an F- Rating and a very rare “STAY AWAY!” warning after a long and detailed investigation by the U.S. Watchdogs.

Full story: WARNING! “Mexican Pharma” Gets An “F-” Rating: STAY AWAY!

The Mexican Pharma recently lost its credit card processor and can no longer accept credit cards. It is now said to use deceptive and misleading trade practices in order to entice potential clients, or we could say “victims”, to pay for their prescription medications by a PayPal “Send Money” or Wells Fargo “eCheck”. These forms of payment are pretty much the same as sending cash through the mail, leaving absolutely no recourse to their clients if there is a problem with, or non-delivery of, their prescription medications.

What is particularly troublesome is that many of their U.S. clients are senior citizens, who are the target of many Internet Predators. One such senior reported to the U.S. Watchdogs that after making his eCash payment to The Mexican Pharma, he had not received his heart medications nor any reply from the Mexican Pharma to his emails and phone calls (which did not allow him to leave a voice message).

While he did finally receive his heart medications, after being out of them for over a week, and only after the U.S. Watchdogs contacted the Mexican Pharma, he asked that the U.S. Watchdogs do an updated story as the Mexican Pharma (themexicanpharma.org) had told him that the delay in him receiving his medications was caused by the Mexican Postal System.

The U.S. Watchdogs reported that while they felt optimistic that The Mexican Pharma was trying to correct its website and policies, they in fact, found out the exact opposite. While the Mexican Pharma wrote the U.S. Watchdogs that they were now accepting credit cards, and had placed a notice of this on their website, it was a bald-faced lie.

As any good investigative news site would do, the U.S. Watchdogs verified the facts by having the original complainant order his medications from The Mexican Pharma. Low and behold, The Mexican Pharma was still unable to accept credit cards, the exact opposite of what they stated in their emails and on their website.

Note: While no one can say for sure, it does beg the question: did The Mexican Pharma’s former credit card processor drop them, and if so why? And if it was The Mexican Pharmacy that dropped its former credit card processor, why does it not have another one to take its place? 

It gets worse: When the complainant tried to order his needed heart medications, he found that he had been deleted from The Mexican Pharma Database. While The Mexican Pharma denied deleting his account, the U.S. Watchdogs contacted The Mexican Pharma at least 3 times to re-activate his account. They never did.

The question then becomes, at least to the U.S. Watchdogs, whether The Mexican Pharma deleted the complainant for revenge or to keep the U.S. Watchdogs from being able to verify the payment claims made by The Mexican Pharma to unsuspecting clients, many of whom are senior citizens?

We join the U.S. Watchdogs with their “F-” rating, and concur that The Mexican Pharma deserves a STAY AWAY! warning.

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eBay Seller Protection at KloudKover.org

Fight Back against eBay's Seller Protection Scam: The eBay EqualizerThe U.S. Freedom Network announced today that its site, kloudkover.org, is being provided to allow users who have been thrown under the bus by the new web monopolies, a new recourse. Based on the revolutionary KodeGen kode generator, the kloudkover.org websites will use this powerful text generator to create legal documents for these abused users. The first application, called the eBay Equalizer, will address eBay’s disregard of the due process provisions of the 5th and 14th Amendments of the United States Constitution. While the eBay founder, Pierre Omidyar (پیر مراد امیدیار‎), is an Iranian born in Paris, he was also raised partly in the United States, so he must have learned something about the due process he has apparently ignored at eBay. 

The eBay Equalizer is being created as a result of the vast number of complaints on blogs and forums on how eBay and PayPay have, in effect, formed a conspiracy to bolster their combined profits by forcing unknowing sellers to foot the bill. When an item is sold on eBay, the illusion is given that the money has been deposited in the seller’s PayPal account. To facilitate the eBay/PayPal scam, the seller can’t access their “vapor funds” for 21 days. If an item is returned to the seller, some basic programming tricks are used, emulating the shell games of old, which makes it appear like eBay is providing a fair and impartial hearing between the buyer and the seller, as required by law. Like the shell games of old, what is missing is the peanut, so the “house” always wins. This “return process” which gives the appearance that the seller can file a case against the buyer and appeal if he disagrees with the decision, has been analyzed by a senior computer scientist to be nothing more than timing delays and messages in your choice of languages. Just like the shell game, the buyer (and eBay/Paypal) always win, since eBay always rules in favor of the buyer. The “vapor funds” are then yanked from the seller’s Paypal account to pay the buyer and eBay fees are assessed to the seller for a “return fee” and “return shipping” fee.

 Pierre Omidyar's (پیر مراد امیدیار‎) and other eBay and PayPal officials should be held accountable in a Court of Law for their egregious acts.Pierre Omidyar’s (پیر مراد امیدیار‎) eBay uses the same techniques learned by Pierre Omidyar (پیر مراد امیدیار‎) when he received his computer science degree from Tuffs University. eBay places links to any action that the seller wants to select next to an oversized Refund Buyer button, leaving little doubt that it is intended to get the seller to click what eBay wants, not what the seller wants. You might say that’s not proof of an intentional fraud on sellers. We would agree except for the fact that there is no place to cancel the operation and allow the seller to reverse his mistake. And if you add in the fact that we could not find a fax number or departmental contact page on eBay’s websites, (we had to find fax numbers from outside sources), it sounds like intentional fraud to us.

Let’s face it, filing a small claims lawsuit against eBay is a daunting task. But when eBay has thousands of people filing small claims lawsuits complete with discovery documents and deceptive and misleading trade practices letters, which can’t be ignored even by Pierre Omidyar (پیر مراد امیدیار‎) and eBay, then the playing field starts to level.

By answering a few questions and making it easy to attach photos, affidavits and other documents, the eBay Equalizer will allow the multitudes of abused sellers to quickly file lawsuits. Sellers will then be able to print out a small claims complaint, complete with discovery documents such as production of documents, interrogatories and deposition notices. It will include a Cease and Desist Notice to stop any and all payments for services to eBay until the legal case is resolved. It will also include a Deceptive and Misleading Trade Practices Letter that substantially increases eBay’s potential award to the seller to include double or treble damages and reasonable attorneys fees and costs. In most states, this letter cannot be ignored by eBay. So if eBay doesn’t respond, these fees and costs will automatically be applied.

Complainants will also be able to elect to, a) have their complaint added to a class-action lawsuit against eBay, Pierre Omidyar (پیر مراد امیدیار‎), and other high-ranking eBay officials, and, b) have their complaint become part of a criminal complaint request to their states’ Attorney General asking to consider that the eBay/PayPal alliance against sellers is monopolistic and in violation of the 1892 Sherman Antitrust Act and that the actions of eBay and PayPal rise to a criminal conspiracy, and are therefore subject to criminal R.I.C.O. (Racketeering) charges.

Lastly, a criminal conspiracy and criminal intent to defraud sellers negates personal protection from litigation, as does the strong evidence that Pierre Omidyar (پیر مراد امیدیار‎) perpetuated an environment that enabled these criminal activities of eBay and PayPal, and therefore, Mr. Pierre Omidyar (پیر مراد امیدیار‎) , as well as other high-ranking officers of eBay and PayPal may, and should be, personally liable and therefore personally named in all of these aforementioned complaints.

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