Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Selling Generic Viagra Online: More Spam, Anyone?

If you’re like most email users, your inbox is regularly inundated with generic Viagra messages bearing subject lines like: “Shirley Evans! Add 2 inches to your p*nis with discount V*agra!”

“Ejaculate like a porn star, real Viagra” or some such nonsense.

This type of spam has become so bad that the Pfizer Viagra website now hosts a page of information warning visitors about fake generic Viagra and discount Viagra.

FACT: There is no such thing as generic Viagra, since Pfizer still holds the patent on the drug for a few more years.

So if you get emails or see ads that promote either generic Viagra or discount Viagra or cheap Viagra, you’re looking at a fake, illegal product. It isn’t an alternative to Viagra, isn’t FDA approved, isn’t manufactured and dispensed in the US, and isn’t safe to take.

How to Recognize Fake Generic Viagra

Hopefully, you’ll never actually purchase fake discount Viagra. But if you do come across it, here’s what to watch for:

* Fake pills may look different. They may be the wrong size, shape or color. Real Viagra pills are diamond shaped and blue, with the word “Pfizer” on one side and the dosage on the other.

* Real Pfizer Viagra does not come in soft tabs nor are the pills dissolvable.

* Real Pfizer Viagra pills are not scored in the middle and are not meant to be cut in half.

* Real Pfizer Viagra comes only in hard, unscored tablets of 25mg, 50mg, or 100mg.

Generic Viagra Spam

The best clue that you’re being sold illegal generic Viagra is also the easiest one to spot. If you get an email you didn’t ask for from someone you don’t know trying to sell you Viagra, it’s spam. And that’s a good indicator they aren’t pushing genuine Pfizer Viagra.

Respectable online and offline pharmacies only communicate with customers who want to hear from them… people who have signed up at their website or made contact directly with the company.

Price is another good clue. Generic Viagra is often sold at a few dollars a tablet. Pfizer Viagra is more costly because years of research went into developing it, the product works and you can trust it not to harm you if taken correctly. Not so with the “discount Viagra” being plugged online. Generic Viagra Websites

If you do a Google search on “generic Viagra”, the search engine will return some 3 million results pages. Visit a few of them and you’ll notice slick designs and fancy graphics that make the sites appear legitimate.

But look closer. Read the copy. You’ll find it rife with sloppy, convoluted language, spelling and grammar mistakes, and falsehoods. Example:

“Best thing about generic viagra is that everything right from chemical proposition, effect, and the way this tablet is use is same as stated in Brand Viagra.” A Word About Discount Viagra of The Herbal Sort

Another common myth doing the rounds is that there is a herbal Viagra that treats impotence. In fact, there are many herbal aphrodisiacs (such as yohimbe) that are supposed to help turn you on. But there simply is no herbal product that does what Viagra does for men.

So, in the new Wild West known as the Internet, it pays to keep alert and skeptical about drug claims (and prices) that seem too good to be true. When it comes to generic Viagra, they always are.

Source : http://www.zimbio.com/

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