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Although I am a US citizen, I transfered Overseas for a government job. I purchased medications from an internet webcite claiming to be an International Pharmacy. The medications were denyed by customs. The company charged my credit card. They are telling me to contact customs to return the package to them and they will give me a credit. It seems to me the 1)company should be responsible for persuing the return of the package as it was never received by me,2) they should have all customs barriers covered if they are adverstising as an International Pharmacy 3)credit my account immediatly.
Any advise/opionions?



Your credit card company should help you out. Contact them first. Then if they don't reverse the charges, you need to contact the better business bureau and see if they offer any solid advice.

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