Global Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants Offers Assistance to US Postal Service to Stop Delivery of Chinese Counterfeit Drugs
The Global Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants plans to help the US Postal Service stop delivering counterfeit Chinese pharmaceutical products via the US mail and urges US consumers to use caution when purchasing pharmaceutical items through the Internet.
WASHINGTON, April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Global Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants is now offering to help the US Postal Service to stop delivering Chinese counterfeit pharmaceutical products via the US mail, because Chinese counterfeit drugs put at risk US consumers, and costs major pharmaceutical companies and their shareholders billions of dollars each year.
The Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants say, "We are not talking about rocket science for the US Postal Service; if they need help, we will train their inspectors so they know what to look for, and how to send it back to China. Why would the US Postal Service want to support Chinese organized crime, or Chinese counterfeiters? We are also talking about a multi-billion dollar a year industry that has a negative impact on US consumers, major drug companies, and their shareholder's." http://GP-CC.Com
The Global Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants is also warning that if the US Postal Service does not get their act together on intercepting Chinese made counterfeit drugs, what happens if radical Islamic groups decide they want to get into the incredibly lucrative counterfeit drug business too? According to the Counterfeit Consultants, "Unlike the Chinese, who do not appear to be that concerned about quality control, what happens when Islamic terrorist groups based inside Pakistan, the Middle East, or Africa starts sending knock offs of your favorite ED drug via the mail to US consumers? We are talking about a very, very fixable problem that should not require an act of congress. So how can we prove all of this? We have the packaging, and it was delivered via the US mail." http://GP-CC.Com
The Global Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants has some recommendations for all major US pharmaceutical companies when it comes to the stopping counterfeit drugs entering the United States that were made in China:
- "US drug companies have spent tens, and tens of millions of dollars on product packaging, and coding with little to no result. In our opinion it is too easy to purchase almost any type of pharmaceutical product on the Internet," says a spokesman for the Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants.
- The Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants is offering to work with US law enforcement, and the major drug companies to shut down the sale of counterfeit drugs over the Internet by using controlled buys, as a way to identify the sales, financial, and distribution capabilities of Chinese counterfeiters selling the brand name products of US drug makers.
- The Global Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants is also urging US drug makers to form a viable coalition to get the word out to US consumers about not buying counterfeit pharmaceutical products over the Internet, and they are offering to set this group up.
The Global Piracy and Counterfeiting Consultants is also urging US consumers to not buy any kind of pharmaceutical product on the Internet, unless they can first determine the company is actually based in the USA, and the company has references. The group is also warning US consumers to avoid Internet Canadian pharmacies, unless they can determine the pharmacy is actually based in Canada. The group says, "Many of the quote Canadian online pharmacies we are aware of are actually fronts for Eastern European crime syndicates acting as the middleman marketing organization for Chinese counterfeiters. Do you really want to give a representative of Eastern European organized crime your credit card number, or your checking account number with its routing number? We are praying the answer is no." http://GPCC.Com
For attribution purposes please refer to the April 10th 2014 New York Times article on this topic: http://topics.nytimes.com/top/news/international/series/toxicpipeline/
Michael Thomas Martin
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