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i made the mistake of purchasing some medication from US Pharmacy. Once i made the purchase, the calls began.

And they never stopped! Some days, i would get upward of 20 calls per day from US Pharmacy and affiliated pharmacies. As many of you know there are computer generated calls and they simply refuse to quit. You can be rude (mistake because they make sure you continue to get calls at an increased rate) and you can be nice ( a waste of time).

Asking to speak to a supervisor is simply an exercise in futility, as is reporting them because they are out of India. I tried to simply not answer calls that i did not recognize and that helped, but the calls still came at a rate of about 4-6 per day. (because the ignored calls on my cell would go to my messages which is read as an active phone line). I just got the iPhone 6 that has a call blocking application and when i get one of these annoying calls i allow it go to voicemail, but then i put it on the blocked list.

It took about 2 weeks to block ALL their call numbers.

BUT VOILA..........NO MORE CALLS! BLOCK THE CALLS AND THE COMPUTER FINALLY DISCERNS IT IS A NON-WORKING NUMBER AND THEY WILL STOP!!!..........GOOD LUCK

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Anonymous
#1539519

I have been using the blocking feature when I hang up on these annoying idiots and after about 50 calls I'm still getting them just as frequently as ever

Anonymous
#1537087

US a Pharmacy and their ilk have been non stop calling me for 3 years. There are blocking apps for the iphone.

I got RoboKiller a couple days ago and it works great. There are other blockers in the App Store as well.

Anonymous
#1536557

They use a random number generator. You'd have to block millions of numbers.

This is not a fix to the problem. First and foremost, use a cheap throwaway phone from Walmart etc. When doing this for of business. Think of it this way...for $40, you will not have issues.

Just a word of advice. Good luck.

Anonymous
#1532130

When these idiots call you neef to ask for a number you can call back to. Than you can report to fbi. It is illegal for anyone in the usa to buy from these idiots

Anonymous
#1531163

The best defense I have found is an app called "Should I Answer" if everyone got on this app and did their part to give these calls a negative rating it would block that number on every other users phone. In 6 weeks this app has blocked over 1800 calls from these pharmacies it's awesome

Anonymous
#1531159

I'm sure you've learned by know that tactic didn't work either. Blocking the numbers they are calling you from is futile.

The numbers are spoofed. They can generate thousands of numbers to call you from.

Anonymous
#1527998

Blocking # doesn't stop the calls. and their bogus numbers anyway.

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1530630

The phone base grows daily. Every time a phone is disconnected the line stays open for a period of time.

A program sees and calls using that line one time. Thousands of new numbers a day maybe an hour. Change your number but DO NOT leave a forward or you wasted your time. Tell them you need {{Redacted}}.

When you hear them shuddering have some fun. I get travel time share recorded spam. Credit card phone spam.

They sound like the same guy. Have fun

Anonymous
#1519805

There was an Andriod app that DID work, then I got the iPhone6 and apple does not have that app, and I cannot remember the name of the app I was using, but it DID work.

Anonymous
#1518936

I used call blocking for a few years and they never stopped. They always have another computer generated number that they are calling from.I just turn down the ringtone on my phone and stopped answering.

All my friends just text with each other anyway if the call is important they will leave a message. I do have to admit that when I have the time And I am in the mood I keep them on the phone looking up products checking prices and talking until the cows come home. After usually 20 minutes I tell Them why I am messing with them and they hang up. The calls do you multiply for a few days but it doesn’t matter because I don’t answer it.

I don’t get upset anymore I just tell myself I must have hundreds of friends trying to call Me all the time. Get rid of the idea that you might miss an important call by not answering!

Anonymous
#1516798

they keep spoofing new numbers so call block does not work

Anonymous
#1516324

This is BS you can’t block all there calls because they use magic jack and have access to millions of numbers! We need our government to step in to get them stopped! They try to sell you illegal opiates I can’t believe our government hasn’t stepped in

Anonymous
#1511881

The company has hundreds of phone numbers. Blocking is a waste of time.

Anonymous
#1509342

They don’t stop.

Anonymous
#1508240

I have blocked 50 or more numbers from these companies and they find a new number to call from. This has been going on for over a year.

I have NEVER bought anything from any of these companies! BEYOND INFURIATED!

Anonymous
#1503146

They have millions of phone #'s...I've been blocking them for over 2 years now and they keep coming.

Anonymous
#1496737

I found the way to fight them.These are perhaps the most relentless harassers on the planet, bar none! Once they have your number, they will never stop calling.

Apparently there is one factory in India that makes all sorts of drugs, and patents are simply ignored by them, and the country has no interest in enforcing any patent laws. So they make generic versions of anything and everything, without regard to whether it's legal anywhere. And to sell it, any Indian with a Magic Jack can start a "business" peddling it. As a result, the countless scam call centers in India all seem to be peddling popular drugs as well as the other scams they run.

And as if that's not bad enough, they sell buying customers' information to each other as valuable leads. And they all claim to be the same fictitious company to confuse things further. For years they used the name "Canadian Pharmacy", but the FDA and other started cracking down and they made the news too much, so all at once they stopped using that name and changed it to "U.S. Pharmacy".There are two types of calls.

The first is the cold calls. They don't ask for a name, they are just fishing for suckers, casting the widest net, calling everyone. Mostpeople don't get a lot of those because the call centers literally call ever number that exists and it takes a while to cycleback to the same phone number even with hundreds of call centers doing the same thing.But if you EVER bought anything from any of them, or even if they think you may have, they call you frequently and they trade your number to other scammers who also call you frequently. After that, you may get five or more calls every day, all claiming to be "U.S.

Pharmacy", and asking for you by name. The pitch almost always is worded to try and make you think you've done business with them before. They even ask if you remember them. In reality, you might have ended up on a database because you called them to complain sever a years ago and the call center may have only started up last week.These telemarketing scams are highly decentralized criminal operations in a country that doesn't care and will not do anything to address the problem.

But at the same time it offers opportunities to reverse the scam on them which I will explain below.What the telemarketer expects.They expect to be hung up on, cursed at, and abused relentlessly. They are so accustomed to that, they aren't fased at all by anything you say. They just hang up and go to the next call. Remember that these are the lowest of the low, they are working literally for pennies and face high pressure for sales and number of calls, and get into serious trouble for failing.

They are the bottom of the employment food chain, they are only working there because they are too incompetent to flip burgers or sweep floors. All they do is read scripts and they are very poor even at that. So they ignore abuse and keep on as if nothing happened, and are only occasionally surprised by a sale. If you listen to the background you'll here huge applauses on the rare occasion than someone makes one.What the telemarketer wants.As with other telemarketers, they want a sale.

But these are far more desparate than most. They want someone who will buy something, anything, from them so they wont get replaced at the end of the week for failing to meet the sales standards.How to troll himA word of warning before we go any further. These scammers are unusally gullible and so easy to troll, and even cost them a lot of money, and even get their product for free, forcing them to pay shipping too. You can really put the screws to them which is very satisfying.

But as soon as you place an order, even a fake on, you are added to their list of proven suckers, which is sold to all the other drug peddling callcenters and they will all call you frequently for a long time. Some of them block my number so I can't call them back without spoofing my caller ID, even though at least one is still calling me and sending text spams. But that's taken me months to accomplish. So don't follow the instructions below unless you are prepared to hear from them multiple times a day for a while.

Don't say I didn't warn you.But on the positive side, if you do choose to follow these steps, you'll get plenty of calls from plenty of the scammers, and some of them will ship the product at their own expense, and then have to pay for it and the shipping out of their own pockets. You'll get free stuff and seriously *** them off. And they will eventually block you, and some will even take measures to stop calling you. And if just a few hundred people did this, those call centers would be unable to operate profitably and cease.Assuming you have chosen to continue, these are the steps.1) Use a fake name if they cold call.

Even if they ask for you by name, you can say it's a wroong number but you are interested in the product anyway.2) Ask questions, don't seem too eager. They are gullible but it's always best to waste more of their time. Ask about the sizes, and the prices, ask what deals they can give you.3) Ask about other products. Some of them only sell the ED pills, Viagra is their top choice because the patent is about out and it's also apparently cheaper to make.

But they also sell Cialis (again, generic, which isn't legal but it's real), and same for Levitra, which they don't mention unless you do, which they charge more for. I'm honestly not sure why. But most of the call centers have a catalog fromthe factory and sell just about anything. They seem to draw the line are hard narcotics.

I have asked them if they have Crack and Hemlock and even Jack's Magic Beans, but they don't, even though they are generally stupid enough to try and look them up. If there is something you actually might use, ask them! Add it to the order! They might send it for free.4) As usual, give the fake credit card number.

If you tell them it's a debit card and to wait a day or two, they may very well ship the other before even trying the card. Later, when they call back after the card failed, appologize and give them another fake one. See how long you can string them along.5) Within days you will start getting calls claiming to be the same company, asking if you remember them, and saying they are just checking to see how the pills worked out for you, and trying to get you to order some more. Yes, I said days!

Even if they shipped the order, it's still in India, but you are getting calls as if you ordered from them months ago and may be running out of the 200 pills or more you ordered. So say they were great and you'd like to order some more. Repeat the process, place more fake orders. Remember they are different call centers even though they all claim to be the same.

But use new fake cards. It seems they use the card numbers for reference, perhaps it's only one company processing all of the orders, maybe the factory. I once accidently used the same fake card number two days apart and it got flagged. They called asking why I placed two orders and if I wanted both of them.

When I told them I did, they asked if I was selling them. I just said "No, but I run a really large *** house.", and they seemed to think that was a good reason for ordering 2550 Viagra pills.6) If you just want to cost them money shipping their products, use fake addresses. Make sure the street actually exists and the address is in the range. Make sure the address and zip code match.

Their computers check those things and flag tem if the address doesn't exist. If you are interested in getting the products, then use an address that will get to you. Keepin mind that you will have to sign for the package. That shuldn't be a problem if you are home when it arrives, but otherwise you'll get a note to pick it up at the post office.

They might ID you there and if the package is addressed to Eddie Haskle or Joe Stalin (names I have given them) the post office may not give it to you.7) Once in a while, you get one who can accept an electronic check, and they'll ask for one if the cards fail. As I already mentioned, these scammers are not the sharpest knives in the drawer. I figured out a rather devious method to screw them over with that one. Banks have a set of test account numbers than generate specific error codes.

They use them for testing machines for properly processing transactions. One always generate an insufficent funds code, another always generates a closed account code, etc. But one of the account numbers, specifically account number 856670 returns a successful transaction code and then 5 days later returns a disputed charge code. So all you have to do is give the scammers a real bank's name and address and phone number and routing number, and the account number 856670.

They'll think the transaction was complated and they wiont know any better for 5 days. Then they'll think the charge is being disputed until the call the bank and find the account doesn't even exist.

Meanwhile, they've shipped the order. You scammed the scammers.

Anonymous
#1490092

the only way to put them out of business if to report them to the IRS -- provide their website address and their phone number .write a letter to the IRS in Washington saying that they are doing business in the US , selling Meds - as they don't pay taxes in the US, the IRS is going to issue a huge assessment and this will just kill them .

Anonymous
#1489305

If anyone has the owner's phone number of u.s. Pharmacy in India please post it so we can all call this son of a *** *** *** 24/7 365 and show this *** ant what a pain in the *** it is to receive these types of phone calls please post this *** number!! I will be the first to call every hour on the hour thanks

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1496739

The latest number is 209-418-7842These are perhaps the most relentless harassers on the planet, bar none! Once they have your number, they will never stop calling.

Apparently there is one factory in India that makes all sorts of drugs, and patents are simply ignored by them, and the country has no interest in enforcing any patent laws. So they make generic versions of anything and everything, without regard to whether it's legal anywhere. And to sell it, any Indian with a Magic Jack can start a "business" peddling it. As a result, the countless scam call centers in India all seem to be peddling popular drugs as well as the other scams they run.

And as if that's not bad enough, they sell buying customers' information to each other as valuable leads. And they all claim to be the same fictitious company to confuse things further. For years they used the name "Canadian Pharmacy", but the FDA and other started cracking down and they made the news too much, so all at once they stopped using that name and changed it to "U.S. Pharmacy".There are two types of calls.

The first is the cold calls. They don't ask for a name, they are just fishing for suckers, casting the widest net, calling everyone. Mostpeople don't get a lot of those because the call centers literally call ever number that exists and it takes a while to cycleback to the same phone number even with hundreds of call centers doing the same thing.But if you EVER bought anything from any of them, or even if they think you may have, they call you frequently and they trade your number to other scammers who also call you frequently. After that, you may get five or more calls every day, all claiming to be "U.S.

Pharmacy", and asking for you by name. The pitch almost always is worded to try and make you think you've done business with them before. They even ask if you remember them. In reality, you might have ended up on a database because you called them to complain sever a years ago and the call center may have only started up last week.These telemarketing scams are highly decentralized criminal operations in a country that doesn't care and will not do anything to address the problem.

But at the same time it offers opportunities to reverse the scam on them which I will explain below.What the telemarketer expects.They expect to be hung up on, cursed at, and abused relentlessly. They are so accustomed to that, they aren't fased at all by anything you say. They just hang up and go to the next call. Remember that these are the lowest of the low, they are working literally for pennies and face high pressure for sales and number of calls, and get into serious trouble for failing.

They are the bottom of the employment food chain, they are only working there because they are too incompetent to flip burgers or sweep floors. All they do is read scripts and they are very poor even at that. So they ignore abuse and keep on as if nothing happened, and are only occasionally surprised by a sale. If you listen to the background you'll here huge applauses on the rare occasion than someone makes one.What the telemarketer wants.As with other telemarketers, they want a sale.

But these are far more desparate than most. They want someone who will buy something, anything, from them so they wont get replaced at the end of the week for failing to meet the sales standards.How to troll himA word of warning before we go any further. These scammers are unusally gullible and so easy to troll, and even cost them a lot of money, and even get their product for free, forcing them to pay shipping too. You can really put the screws to them which is very satisfying.

But as soon as you place an order, even a fake on, you are added to their list of proven suckers, which is sold to all the other drug peddling callcenters and they will all call you frequently for a long time. Some of them block my number so I can't call them back without spoofing my caller ID, even though at least one is still calling me and sending text spams. But that's taken me months to accomplish. So don't follow the instructions below unless you are prepared to hear from them multiple times a day for a while.

Don't say I didn't warn you.But on the positive side, if you do choose to follow these steps, you'll get plenty of calls from plenty of the scammers, and some of them will ship the product at their own expense, and then have to pay for it and the shipping out of their own pockets. You'll get free stuff and seriously *** them off. And they will eventually block you, and some will even take measures to stop calling you. And if just a few hundred people did this, those call centers would be unable to operate profitably and cease.Assuming you have chosen to continue, these are the steps.1) Use a fake name if they cold call.

Even if they ask for you by name, you can say it's a wroong number but you are interested in the product anyway.2) Ask questions, don't seem too eager. They are gullible but it's always best to waste more of their time. Ask about the sizes, and the prices, ask what deals they can give you.3) Ask about other products. Some of them only sell the ED pills, Viagra is their top choice because the patent is about out and it's also apparently cheaper to make.

But they also sell Cialis (again, generic, which isn't legal but it's real), and same for Levitra, which they don't mention unless you do, which they charge more for. I'm honestly not sure why. But most of the call centers have a catalog fromthe factory and sell just about anything. They seem to draw the line are hard narcotics.

I have asked them if they have Crack and Hemlock and even Jack's Magic Beans, but they don't, even though they are generally stupid enough to try and look them up. If there is something you actually might use, ask them! Add it to the order! They might send it for free.4) As usual, give the fake credit card number.

If you tell them it's a debit card and to wait a day or two, they may very well ship the other before even trying the card. Later, when they call back after the card failed, appologize and give them another fake one. See how long you can string them along.5) Within days you will start getting calls claiming to be the same company, asking if you remember them, and saying they are just checking to see how the pills worked out for you, and trying to get you to order some more. Yes, I said days!

Even if they shipped the order, it's still in India, but you are getting calls as if you ordered from them months ago and may be running out of the 200 pills or more you ordered. So say they were great and you'd like to order some more. Repeat the process, place more fake orders. Remember they are different call centers even though they all claim to be the same.

But use new fake cards. It seems they use the card numbers for reference, perhaps it's only one company processing all of the orders, maybe the factory. I once accidently used the same fake card number two days apart and it got flagged. They called asking why I placed two orders and if I wanted both of them.

When I told them I did, they asked if I was selling them. I just said "No, but I run a really large *** house.", and they seemed to think that was a good reason for ordering 2550 Viagra pills.6) If you just want to cost them money shipping their products, use fake addresses. Make sure the street actually exists and the address is in the range. Make sure the address and zip code match.

Their computers check those things and flag tem if the address doesn't exist. If you are interested in getting the products, then use an address that will get to you. Keepin mind that you will have to sign for the package. That shuldn't be a problem if you are home when it arrives, but otherwise you'll get a note to pick it up at the post office.

They might ID you there and if the package is addressed to Eddie Haskle or Joe Stalin (names I have given them) the post office may not give it to you.7) Once in a while, you get one who can accept an electronic check, and they'll ask for one if the cards fail. As I already mentioned, these scammers are not the sharpest knives in the drawer. I figured out a rather devious method to screw them over with that one. Banks have a set of test account numbers than generate specific error codes.

They use them for testing machines for properly processing transactions. One always generate an insufficent funds code, another always generates a closed account code, etc. But one of the account numbers, specifically account number 856670 returns a successful transaction code and then 5 days later returns a disputed charge code. So all you have to do is give the scammers a real bank's name and address and phone number and routing number, and the account number 856670.

They'll think the transaction was complated and they wiont know any better for 5 days. Then they'll think the charge is being disputed until the call the bank and find the account doesn't even exist.

Meanwhile, they've shipped the order. You scammed the scammers.

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