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Yes, it is legal in respect that the pharmacies we send you
to operate legally within in the laws of their own land. The
question though generally is asked meaning "Is it legal
for me to buy from one of these pharmacies?"
In some cases where the customer is in the USA we use US
pharmacies, so the question of legal compliance is not applicable;
these US pharmacies do not ship overseas. If you are a US
resident you will know that medications over the border in
Canada and Mexico can be bought without all the red tape and
cost experienced in the USA. It is fact when we send US residents
to US pharmacies the pharmacy has to get the customer to complete
a questionnaire which includes their personal physicians name
and contact information; the pharmacy then has to contact
the doctor to get their approval to supply the ordered medication.
The problem with this is that many US doctors refuse to respond
on the basis they want to charge their patient for a face-to-face
consultation. Even then, certain drugs such as phentermine
are now blocked by the establishment and authorities, so we
have no choice but to send US customers wanting phentermine
to one of our EU pharmacies. We would point out the argument
that the US authority's restricting Internet sales of phentermine
but not potentially much more sensitive medications can only
be commercially orientated and done at the bequest of greedy
US medical associations wanting to protect their own members
This situation may well apply to other countries too.
So then perhaps the question becomes "If I live outside
Europe, is it legal for me to buy medications from an EU pharmacy
such as the ones your customers to?"
To answer that question, you must first look at the personal
drug import rules for your country of residence. Most countries
do allow personal imports of non-prescription and even prescription
drugs (do not forget, what may be a prescription drug in your
country may not be in the shipping pharmacy's country).
Some countries like the USA make the issue very complicated
as (with the USA) the FDA states that all personal imports
of prescription medications are considered unlawful but that
the customs officer involved on the day has the right to waive
that ruling! So basically unless a customs officer decides
to stop a package from being delivered, they can. Our EU pharmacies
report only a small number of shipments fail to get delivered
consistent with general mail loss; that is, they do not believe
any packages are being stopped. General mail loss can be a
problem for International mail packages so our EU pharmacies
offer a full refund guarantee in such an event.
We take the law very seriously.
If one of the pharmacies we use is, say in the EU as most
of our pharmacy shipments come from, and they ship to the
USA, as they are fulfilling a personal import order, they
expect the relevant authority in the receiving country to
advise them officially if there is any legal issue; the pharmacies
we use have not been so advised.
How do I know your offer quality medications and
will not abuse my credit card data?
Our medications are of the highest quality, for example we
offer EU standard phentermine which is shipped typically from
Germany; they have very high quality and safety standards.
In some cases US citizens are given a US pharmacy option by
us, in which case they are offered FDA approved American made
medications. We can not physically abuse your confidential
information or credit card details because we do not receive
these ourselves (see our privacy statement
page for details).