The Risks of Purchasing Phentermine Online
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It is dangerous to attempt to buy Phentermine online, and recent events have shown just what type of legal consequences it might have. On July 17, 2014, the United States Department of Justice indicted Fedex for allegedly being complicit in the trafficking of illegal substances. This indictment is controversial, and is based on legal theories that are untested, and because of this it is unclear whether or not the Department of Justice will actually be able to secure a conviction against Fedex. The DEA and Justice Department are claiming that they had notified Fedex of the use of its service by illegal online pharmacies, while Fedex denies being given specific names of illicit drug distribution pharmacies. However, regardless of what happens in court, this indictment shows that the US federal government takes trafficking using online pharmacies very seriously. According to the indictment, Phentermine was one of the drugs that was sent to “customers who had no legitimate need.” In other words, Fedex was complicit in shipping Phentermine to customers who were either unable to obtain a prescription from their doctor or thought that doing so was unnecessary.

Attempting to order Phentermine – or any other prescription medication – from an online site that is offering to sell it to you illegally without a prescription is illegal and extremely risky. Even before this indictment against Fedex, there were a number of things that could have gone wrong. You might have received a notice saying that your shipment had been seized by US Customs and Border Protection because it was illegal. You might have received nothing at all, or pills that were either fraudulent, counterfeit, or expired.

You would have gone through all this for the privilege of taking a medication that is only intended to help you lose a few extra pounds as part of a weight loss and exercise regimen that you need to determine with your doctor. In addition, the article notes that many of the online “pharmacies” that offered Phentermine to customers were located outside of US jurisdiction, and this was one of the reasons why the Justice Department decided to pursue shipping companies such as Fedex. If these sites are out of the reach of the US federal government, then how likely is it that you will have any leverage attempting to persuade them to issue you with a refund.

If you are considering purchasing Phentermine illegally online despite the risks, you should think of this indictment as a warning that the US government is likely aware of the online sites that are supplying this drug (or a counterfeit thereof). Even if Fedex is able to be acquitted, they are unlikely to be so lenient towards online sites that supply Phentermine in the future. This means that for those still thinking about trying to buy Phentermine online without a prescription, buying the drug may have just gotten one step harder.

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PoliticsNation commented on Friday, Aug 22, 2014 at 16:54 PM

Thanks for sharing. When I was in high school I weighed 115 pounds--I thought I was fat because the other cheerleaders weighed in at 105. My sister and I drove all the way to Beaumont Texas to see the fat doctor. My sister was overweight so we had no problem securing the pills mentioned above.

The pills almost killed me-I was a nervous wreck-out of control and all over the place. I don't know what was worse-the pills or the beaten I got from my mom for taking the pills.

I've picked up a few pounds over the years but I refuse to take any type of diet pills. I work out on a regular basis--not on any medication and I feel great. I'm no longer consumed with being thin--more concerned with being healthy.

For the record--thin women aren't always healthy. I wear a size 12/14--some people think that's huge. My neighbor wears a size 6 and she has high blood pressure and diabetes.

timeontarget commented on Tuesday, Aug 26, 2014 at 07:28 AM

They slay us with semantics. It’s not by any definition “healthcare” in the United States. It’s sickness care. If you are not sick when you go to the medical system, you certainly will be soon. The U.S. medical system is a killing machine, and not too disguised. More and more people are waking up to this fact. You know, we could bypass a lot of misinformation in the mystery of health if we could go back to the fork in the road that split off between Antoine Bechamp (1816-1908) and Louis Pasteur (1822-1895).

Pasteur created fertile ground for the hoax of modern medicine that we have today. Charlatans and sociopaths saw the vast empire of wealth that could be created on the theories of Pasteur.

Hence, we have the multitrillion-dollar synthetic chemical pharmaceutical colossus that has medically imprisoned the whole planet.

We are sicker than ever and everybody knows this, but ignorance keeps us sick and keeps making trillions of dollars for the pharmaceutical conspiracy.

Another thing, the government and the political order are in bed with the pharmaceutical companies. You don’t hear politicians exposing this madness that is crushing the American people economically and killing millions of people yearly. Talk about murder incorporated and population control all in the same bucket! And guess who pays the bill?

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