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Weird for me to start this. Unheard of sale for August 1, a Saturday.

 

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Also rare for me, Sat 1 Aug. PU for usual fee. Kamara Toy Koraka natural sea arch. Cyprus.

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Amlodipine 5mg. Tablets. 28 tablets. Amlodipine besilate. 

 

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Country: Worldwide
Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale.
Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use
Start: 24 July 2020
End: 24 July 2025

 

Another dubious PU. Wait for the refund. I think I might have to stop uploading images of my medication.

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Isn’t it odd that all 3 of these images are Personal Use? Like who would want my remote for PU?

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1 hour ago, Betty LaRue said:

Isn’t it odd that all 3 of these images are Personal Use? Like who would want my remote for PU?

 

Good question. I'd say that one is a candidate for your "suspicious-looking" file.

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PU's are probably the only ones that are paid by credit card. Credit card sales are reported automatically. So often the only ones that show up during the weekend.

The fact that they're weekend sales give credibility to they're being legit Personal Use imo. However some may fall in the I thought I was buying the real thing category.

 

- Amlodipine - let me google that - ah I see: blood pressure.

 

Regular sales do sometimes show up too during the weekends, maybe because of staff working overtime or an overdue database refresh?

 

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Sounds reasonable. Waiting for a refund when the buyer doesn’t get the new remote to replace the one he/she lost.

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Sold again

 

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Start: 03 August 2020
Duration: In perpetuity

Small pea ($)

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On 02/08/2020 at 21:09, Stan Pritchard said:

Amlodipine 5mg. Tablets. 28 tablets. Amlodipine besilate. 

 

amlodipine-5mg-tablets-28-tablets-amlodipine-besilate-each-tablet-M2792A.jpg

 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale.
Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use
Start: 24 July 2020
End: 24 July 2025

 

Another dubious PU. Wait for the refund. I think I might have to stop uploading images of my medication.

 

AS EXPECTED, REFUNDED THE DAY AFTER THE SALE. - £19.99.

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mid-$$, editorial book use

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On 02/08/2020 at 11:46, Betty LaRue said:

Weird for me to start this. Unheard of sale for August 1, a Saturday.

 

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Refund! Why am I not surprised???

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2 hours ago, Betty LaRue said:

Refund! Why am I not surprised???

 

That's too bad but not a shocker. Guess you should have offered a better warranty. 🙃

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On 02/08/2020 at 21:09, Stan Pritchard said:

Amlodipine 5mg. Tablets. 28 tablets. Amlodipine besilate. 

 

amlodipine-5mg-tablets-28-tablets-amlodipine-besilate-each-tablet-M2792A.jpg

 

Country: Worldwide
Usage: Personal use, Personal prints, cards and gifts. Non-commercial use only, not for resale.
Media: Non-commercial, one time, personal/home use
Start: 24 July 2020
End: 24 July 2025

 

Another dubious PU. Wait for the refund. I think I might have to stop uploading images of my medication.

I went back into all my medication photos and as well as the note in the extra information, to the effect that this was a photo of the medication, not the medication itself, which I already had but the desperate or stingy weren't looking at, started all the captions with "A stock photo of ...". So far, so good.

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6 hours ago, Cryptoprocta said:

I went back into all my medication photos and as well as the note in the extra information, to the effect that this was a photo of the medication, not the medication itself, which I already had but the desperate or stingy weren't looking at, started all the captions with "A stock photo of ...". So far, so good.

 

Maybe add that in a couple of non-western languages and non-western scripts. 😂

And now I think of it: anyone with images of popular beers having the same problem?

 

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3 hours ago, wiskerke said:

 

Maybe add that in a couple of non-western languages and non-western scripts. 😂

And now I think of it: anyone with images of popular beers having the same problem?

 

wim

 

My remote sale that was refunded was in a different language. Could have been part of the problem.

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My first of the month. A group of teenagers looking up at the Washington Monument. 

 

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A canal boat or barge passing through Meaford House Lock on the Trent and Mersey canal at Meaford, near Stone, Staffordshire, England, UK

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Country: Worldwide ; Usage: Presentation or newsletters ;  Start: 05-August-2020 ; End: 05-August-2025 ;

   Additional Details: Use in a presentation/talk (eg,Powerpoint and Keynote) or in a newsletter.

 

High $

 

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Usage: NewspaperEditorial print and digital use. Any size.Any Placement.One time use only.
Industry sector: Media, design & publishing
Start: 04 August 2020
End: 04 August 2021

 

Low $$

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8 hours ago, Betty LaRue said:

My remote sale that was refunded was in a different language. Could have been part of the problem.

Unthinkable to me, but there must be desperate people in many countries who fall on what seem like cheap meds.

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4 hours ago, Cryptoprocta said:

Unthinkable to me, but there must be desperate people in many countries who fall on what seem like cheap meds.

 

I would think not exactly cheap, the Amlopidine in my image was of a pack of 28 tablets and the person buying, or thinking they were buying , were paying $19.99.

Although I must say I don't know what they cost on the open market. I get mine "free" on the U.K. National Health Service.

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5 minutes ago, Stan Pritchard said:

 

I would think not exactly cheap, the Amlopidine in my image was of a pack of 28 tablets and the person buying, or thinking they were buying , were paying $19.99.

Although I must say I don't know what they cost on the open market. I get mine "free" on the U.K. National Health Service.

Not many countries have our enlightened approach. In particular the US has outrageous drug prices. It puts pensioners in prison for importing their medication from Canada where it's cheaper. From what I can see Amlopidine is up to USD50 retail.

Bear in mind that the thinking of someone desperate to get drugs they can't afford may not be of the most logical.

 

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20 minutes ago, Stan Pritchard said:

 

I would think not exactly cheap, the C in my image was of a pack of 28 tablets and the person buying, or thinking they were buying , were paying $19.99.

Although I must say I don't know what they cost on the open market. I get mine "free" on the U.K. National Health Service.

 

My 5mg  Amlopidine are also supplied at no charge through the NHS. They are one of 3 drugs that are key to combating higher blood pressure / hypertension. They also can have some nasty side effects. The 10mg variant didn't agree with me. So far I've avoided photographing any common prescription drugs due to previously reading here of the very common refunds.

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51 minutes ago, Stan Pritchard said:

I get mine "free" on the U.K. National Health Service.

 

Hmmm... I have to go down to the docks, knock three times and ask for Vince...

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Magazine, direct. $$ Spoonbill in Louisiana, USA
 

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I don't really wish I needed some tablets, I'd get them free next month, but I haven't been to the doctor's for 13 years and they don't do paracetamol or Rennies on prescription.

Come to think of it, there might be something I'll be needing.........just found out it's actually prescribed.......

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