Internet Fraud 1844
Well, I think you should at least use separate sentences when you say "I am NOT saying this to be mean... perhaps the meds need to be tweaked a little bit?".
If you're saying that falling for a potential internet scam is indicative of needing a med adjustment, I do find that to be a little rude and insulting to a whole clbutt of people who does not deserve that kind of treatment. Perhaps you need a personality adjustment -- tweak your politeness factor a notch or two.
Also, due to the huge number of people who fell for the scam, and the complexity of it (such as accompanying sites set up to appear to rate the merchange well), you seem to need a bit of a reality check yourself, or maybe a sensitivity transplant.
At the same time you fail to grasp the other main point, or at least express some concern that such an operation is allowed to continue basically unchanged clearly violating NY state laws without being shut down.
You mention purchasing ordeals -- let's see, I've maybe had a few "purchasing ordeals" in my 12 or so years on the Internet, maybe one of them touched you the wrong way? I don't know what is triggering you but obviously it's something. I think I know but it's not worth the time to do even a simple scan of some past posts.
I do live and learn, and this was my learning experience to teach me to do much better due diligence before buying from an unknown company, even one that seems reputable, and I did clearly mark my post as being OT: giving you proper notice to just move on.
We don't always realize the degree to which our behavior is unusual or inappropriate unless-until someone tells us. I have only read...
But I doubt you can relate -- all your learning is probably built-in, an innate part of that vastly superior head on your shoulders :-)
Well for over a month it was the "Journey Show" in here... tune it to see which way the wind is blowing and what will be ordered-cancelled next. Intermixed...