I just watched a interesting documentary about counterfeit goods. It is a billion dollar industry that's heavily affecting the developing countries, but also to some extent the western world. The people behind it counterfeits everything from the usual clothes, shades, purses, but also even military airplane parts, military drone parts, advanced electronics, and - medicine. They showed about a woman from Canada who ordered from a "Canadian" pharmacy, at least that's what she was told. But the pills she was taking actually originated from somewhere in India. The people who had made them had used leftovers from some nearby mine as their filling. It was full of toxic materials, and nothing of what she actually needed. The outcome was fatal. They said there was a very high number of such cases every year. They even found several clinics in USA that unknowingly had counterfeit chemo therapy products to treat cancer patients. The moral of the story is: be very careful where you order your stuff. Don't just buy it because its cheap, even if it is a brand you know. It may not be what it looks like.