More “abc-drugs.com” Scam

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An organized cybercriminal group earns commissions by illegally embedding webpages in other websites to send people to porn websites and online drug store websites. The same criminal group has installed webpages at State University of New York at Plattsburgh and Monmouth College. And more webpages involving an online drug store can be found at costnet.com and iglou.com. This cybercriminal activity all points to abc-drugs.com and a Canadian online drug store called Canadian Meds World, which is owned by Canadian Pharmacy.

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So who owns this domain, abc-drugs.com? The cybercriminal organization uses an anonymous domain registration to hide their identity. So only its hosting company, Estdomains, Inc. (www.estdomains.com) knows abc-drugs.com’s true identity.

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And abc-drugs.com redirects visitors to Canadian Meds (www.canadianmedsworld.com) most likely to earn commissions. The following screenshot possibly shows a lead to abc-drugs.com’s identity. 478

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4 Responses to More “abc-drugs.com” Scam

  1. jack says:

    They just got me, what can I do?

  2. admin says:

    abc-drugs.com is dead. We put it to death a few months ago.

  3. Debbie says:

    I thought this was a lagentimate canadian pharmacy to order from. Well I to paid for Provental Inhalors that I never recieved. Not I am trying to see if there is anyway I can get my money back.
    Never again, I will go to my home town store for now on.

    Internet buyer beware, always call the numbers and verify they are a real place.
    Is there anyway to trace them through the banking system?

    Debbie Coffman

  4. admin says:

    I’m sorry to hear that, Debbie.

    I will go to my home town store for now on.

    Yes. That’ll be the best anti-scam strategy. Personally, I wouldn’t buy anything on the Internet if they don’t list their address and phone number. That’s their escape clause.

    Is there anyway to trace them through the banking system?

    I’m sure you can always trace the money. But the question is who is going to spend their resources and do it?

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