The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants Warns the World About a Clear and Present Danger From Buying Drugs And Other Products On The Internet

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According to the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants, "we have never seen the Internet more active with counterfeiters attempting to sell knock of drugs on line, and we are warning consumers worldwide not to by any type of pharmaceutical, unless you can establish it is from an actual government approved or licensed drug provider."(and no the group trusts nothing made in China) The group is saying, "counterfeit drugs may already be killing people, and as a consumer do you really want the Russian or Chinese Mafia to have your credit card information and/or checking account information? Just as bad, the giant pharmaceutical industry and other industries are doing little to nothing about it. And no, bar coding a ED drug box will not stop drug counterfeiting." For more information the media, or corporate officials can call the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at Http://GP-CC.Com

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aside from Microsoft, there is everyone else, and in this game, second place means you just lost. In the case of drugs or cigarettes, manufacturers are wasting their money by spending millions or tens of millions of dollars or euro's by bar coding their products and/or by trying to come up with a better box.

The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants is one of the most quoted sources in the world on counterfeiting, or piracy of drugs, manufactured products, and cigarettes. The group is now warning all US and global consumers to not get suckered into buying what would appear to be too good to be true prescription drug deals, manufactured products, or cigarettes on the Internet. According to the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants, "if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Even worse most of the knock off's you buy on the Internet either lack the active ingredient that makes the drug perform as advertised, or a manufactured product is a very poorly made knock off, or consumers hoping to get a bargain end up getting nothing after paying $300+, because the actual seller is operated and/or controlled by Russian, Chinese, or Indian organized crime syndicates." The group is now warning, "there is no global recession in the counterfeiting world, and what scares us now more than anything is the entry of Pakistan, Persian Gulf States, or Muslim countries in North Africa into the knock off industry. These countries or regions may have a different agenda than Russian or Chinese organized crime. These new players might prefer killing US citizens, Brits, or Western Europeans over making huge profits." For more information, the news media, or corporate officials can contact the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at Http://GP-CC.Com

But aren't the legitimate big drug companies, cigarette, or industrial sectors trying to stop global counterfeiting, or theft of intellectual property? According to the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants, "aside from Microsoft, there is everyone else, and in this game, second place means you just lost. In the case of drugs or cigarettes, manufacturers are wasting their money by spending millions or tens of millions of dollars or euro's by bar coding their products and/or by trying to come up with a better box." The group is saying, "corporate CEO's really need to figure this out. Russian, Chinese, or Indian counterfeiting syndicates know that the consumer of the counterfeit drug, cigarette and/or manufactured product is not going to use an electronic devise to swipe a bar code on the product they just purchased. They are just going to buy the product because they think they are saving money, which typically gets mailed to them, in many cases via the US mail." The World Health Organization estimates that 50% of all global pharmaceuticals may be counterfeit. The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Counterfeiting Consultants is saying, "that could be on the low side." For more information media & or corporate officials are welcome to contact the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GP-CC.Com

What should consumers do about incredibly great drug deals, or cigarette deals on the Internet? According to Americas Watchdog's Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants," unless you can verify the product comes from the legitimate manufacturer do not buy it. Especially when it comes to pharmaceuticals we see a clear & present danger of consumers dying from products that either lack the proper active ingredient, or even worse counterfeit drugs made by a terrorist group that are specifically designed to kill the user." The group says, "one of our worst case scenarios is a radical fundamentalist Islamic terror group in Pakistan flooding the US or Western Europe with counterfeit erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs that are designed to give users an instant massive heart attack."

So what should corporate officials do to protect their products? According to the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants, "first off, don't waste your money on buying a retired old stooge from the US FBI, or US Secret Service. The culture of these organizations is reactive, not proactive. Further, US or European enforcement have extremely limited reach when it comes to China, India, or Islamic countries, such as Pakistan." The group is saying, "if a corporation really values its brand, and/or sees the potential for brand destruction because of counterfeiting, piracy, or terrorism, you need to really give us a call and we will help you develop a plan, to neutralize the threat. We play to win, and no, a new box, or bar coding will not help you deal with this crisis, or prevent a global disaster."

For more information the media, or concerned corporations can contact the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web sites at Http://GP-CC.Com

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