Secure Medical Inc. - Consumer Warning
Illegal Generic Prescription Medications
Generic Viagra, Generic Cialis and Generic Levitra is not FDA-approved.
These medications in generic form are illegal to buy and sell. Many of these generics are created in unsanitatry, make-shift labs and over half of these medications tested are cited for being unsafe for consumption.
The manufactures; Pfizer, Lilly Icos and Bayer work in conjunction with the United States, Federal Drug Agency to bring awareness to the public and prosecute the makers of generic Cialis, generic Viagra and generic Levitra. Secure Medical Inc. strives to help the public understand the dangers of these illegal drugs and is available answer any questions regarding generic erectile dysfunction medications.
Important Information Links
- Importation - FDA Importation Information
- Pfizer Launches Campaign - Information from Pfizer
- Ensuring Safe Medicines - Information from Pfizer
- Sale of Illegal and Unapproved Drugss - Information from Pfizer
- How to Avoid Buying Fake Viagra - Information from Viagra.com
- More Information - Illegal Generic Medications
Are you compromising your health to save a few dollars. Every day, thousands of Americans, shop on websites that promote and sell counterfeit prescription medications without knowing that they are breaking the law and jeopardizing their health.
The drugs of main concern are the blockbuster drugs Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. Millions of pills are made every year by companies in India, Mexico and other countries and sold to the American public illegally. What people need to be aware of is that more than half of these illegal medications contain little to none or too much of the active ingredient.
The public must know that these drugs are counterfeit. If a company in India made U.S. currency and sold it to the public for a ¼ of what it is worth, people would say, that is definitely illegal. So what is the difference? The only difference is that counterfeit drugs can harm you and even kill you.
If you had a loved one that was in need of a specific medication, would you choose to buy an illegal medication from another country? Or for the safety of that loved one would you choose to buy the real thing? With that in mind, would a loved one want you to take such risks in order to save a little money?
Not only are people compromising there health and even life to save a few dollars, they are breaking the law as well.
Laws Broken by the Makers, Sellers and Buyers of Illegal Generic Medications
- Copyright laws
- Importation Laws
- FDA Packaging and Labeling Laws
- Public Health Laws
- Federal and State Laws
- Anti-Counterfeiting Laws
The people need to know about the potential risks importation and drug counterfeiting poses to their health and our nation's drug supply. And like narcotics, fake drugs are life threatening.
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