wow I just found out buypharma has a German supplier also because shipments from India , china etc are high risk countries in EU so drugs get confiscated more easily. But of course they have less products.
wow I just found out buypharma has a German supplier also because shipments from India / china etc are high risk countries in EU so drugs get confiscated more easily. But of course they have less products.
buypharma has a facility in germany for europeans. I talked to customer support and told them I live in Sweden and they told me they have a German source (+their original in India) which surprised me and made me happy. Now I can order from them again but they have a lot less products available sadly. You have to speak to them in the chat and ask them if their german source has ''so and so product'' and they will check and make sure to tell em you want it shipped from germany.Do you know how to order products through Buy Pharma that get shipped via Germany?
Most sites aren't accepting visa now except this one and they don't require prescription. can't remember where they shipped when I got it though http://trustedallovertheworld.com/
those rating websites use generic informationt o rate internet sites around the web.
How aboutonline medical supply places to get saline and IV supplies? Seems to be surprisingly very regulated. This is probably the most important thing on my wish list right now. The ones in the US seem to all require prescription. The ones in Canada sometimes have ridiculous shipping charges but that’s okay if legit and can order a lot at once. Does this kind of stuff tend to be seized by customs?
I have found some Canadian sites that sell saline and supplies but their shipping to US is so high that it makes it all a little less affordableI would be interested in this too.
Seems like you can get certain things online like bags and lines, but catheters/needles are more regulated.
Someone told me you could get bags and lines here: www.mountainside-medical.com/
thanks Hip. This is a great price on rupatadine. The other pharmacies that I had seen have it were over 90 dollars.
After attempting to order the Rupatadine from Buy pharma, got a charge for a slightly different amount than the Rupatadine had cost from a third party payment processor? The payment processor was called “Xinda tong” and was based in Canada. The rupatadine cost 32$ but the charge was for 34$ Maybe we’ll call the company. If you think this pharmacy is legit , I trust that enough to spend more time getting to the root of this
After attempting to order the Rupatadine from Buy pharma, got a charge for a slightly different amount than the Rupatadine had cost from another third party payment processor. I’m worried about scams since t was a different amount and strange name. I trust that the pharmacies themselves are good, but if they’ve had to use payment processors that aren’t so good, because of this legitscript stuff
Oh and the pharm-reviews review of buy pharma it says that at a scam but I seem to remember you mentioning that that’s a biased site?
https://www.pharmreviews.net/reviews/buy-pharma-md-reviews/Do you mean phrmreviews.com ? That appears to be down, but I am pretty sure that they and similar pharmacy review sites including the following list are all biased:
The above review sties only recommend pharmacies which offer an affiliate marketing program, and they often give bad reviews to pharmacies which do not offer affiliate marketing. Many of the highest quality pharmacies to not offer an affiliate program, and these often automatically get scathing reviews on the above review sites. So the guy(s) who runs these review sites is jerk, really.
Affiliate marketing is where you get a commission for any customer your review site directs to a pharmacy site, if that person buys something. You can usually tell when a link to a pharmacy is an affiliate one, because the pharmacy URL will contain an affiliate ID number, something like id=1105 or similar.
Several of the above review sites are owned by the same person, because he uses the same affiliate marketing ID on more than one of the above sites, which is a bit of a giveaway.
The review site pharmacyreviewer.co also makes money from using affiliate links, but these guys are honest, because they will not trash a reliable pharmacy just because they do not offer an affiliate program. To my knowledge, pharmacyreviewer.co is one of the only honest pharmacy review sites. But they will still recommend first the affiliate pharmacies, because that's how they make money.