Can Cheap Viagra Be More Than Just Spam And Scam Topic?
According to one marketing research company, in December of 2003, the leading spam contents took up 50% of all email boxes. Among those leading spammers the offerings included cheap loans, radio-controlled cars (?), and cheap Viagra. Cheap Viagra, in other words, was in the top three offending categories, those which are unsolicited and usually unwanted by the email recipients being inundated with Nigerian windfall scams, Money-making scams, and sexual and other health offers--which are scams, too, most likely. But what do people who actually want to find cheap Viagra to do? How are they supposed to get the much-needed medication they can't afford to pay for at regular pharmacy prices? One thing they can do is study up on and stakes steps toward finding legitimate sources. For instance, avoiding fake cheap Viagra sources is imperative. Many unscrupulous companies--taking advantage of the anonymity and vulnerability of Internet transaction--manufacture and sell cheap Viagra that is actually a composite of pseudo ingredients, components used in what turns out to be counterfeit Viagra, counterfeit Reductil, counterfeit Cialis, and any other false drug they offer and vend to unsuspecting customers. These cheap Viagra merchants fill orders through websites where there is no identifiable address of origin and where no drug information is available, including what the drug consists of, what the side effects are, what the real dosage is and should be, or where the drug is manufactured. As scientific research culled out of sting operations has shown, such cheap Viagra turns out to contain lactose in place of sildenafil--the active ingredient in the erectile dysfunction medication--which renders the tablets less effective or altogether ineffective and renders the buyer resentful of the now apparently not-so-cheap cost. And with addition of mysterious components that when combined with other substances can cause toxicity of varying extremes, the purchase turns out to be far less lucrative a deal than the buyer originally hoped for. So buying cheap Viagra is a risky purchase, one you might decide is not so much a virtue of the wonders of the Internet, but is instead a subject in an email that, as many advise, if it is spam, it's a scam.