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Like other Eva Pharmacy sites, just about every claim made on this brand's site is a lie.
 
Like other Eva Pharmacy sites, just about every claim made on this brand's site is a lie.
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===Fake claim to be secure===
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What is your security & privacy policy?
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We are committed to protecting your privacy with the highest possible level of security.
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All of your personal information, including credit card number, name, and address is
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encrypted, so that it cannot be read as it is being transmitted from your computer to
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our server. We use the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol which enables end-to-end
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data protection.
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In fact, if you visit their Contact Us page, you see a request for you to provide your credit card on a page which has no encryption. And yet, the page contains this false statement:
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The credit card number is required to identify your order correctly in our certified
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secure network. Please note that all the information is securely transferred through
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256-bit secure SSL connection, which provides high level of security. Any information
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provided by our customers is never shared, sold, or released to any third party.
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===Fake Locations===
 
===Fake Locations===
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[[Image:WikiPharmacy_license.jpg|600px]]
 
[[Image:WikiPharmacy_license.jpg|600px]]
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