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    • Jul 31, 2018
    • Verified Reviewer

    Roman ED Meds

    Updated review


    To those making comments about my review, it is not illegal to perform telemedicine in Nebraska; it’s illegal to prescribe without actually talking to a doctor per Nebraska telemedicine laws. I was expecting a call from a doctor and instead just received the medication in my mail. I immediately canceled my service and reported them. Weird also how a lot of positive reviews on this site are from New York, the headquarters of Getroman. Hmmm...

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    27 people found it helpful

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    • Previous review
    • Apr 13, 2018

    Getroman.com doesn’t follow telemedicine laws

    Getroman.com claims they follow the law, but they do not. All states have varying telemedicine laws. Laws required to perform prescription writing over the phone or on the internet. Getroman.com does not follow the law.

    Example: I ordered with them, I live in Nebraska, and telemedicine laws in my state require I verbally talk to a doctor over the phone. I talked to nobody. All I had to do to order was send a copy of my driver's license and a picture of myself and a week later I got prescription drugs. This is illegal. I could be a little kid that stole my dad's wallet and took his picture, and I could have gotten prescription drugs from Getroman.com. This is unacceptable.

    There are numerous other online sources that operate legally, and Getroman.com is not one of them and is a scam. There are private companies that monitor online telemedicine companies, LegitScript and CSIP. Getroman.com is approved by LegitScript, but they should not be as they do not follow telemedicine laws. I’ve already filed a complaint with LegitScript and CSIP. If you want prescription drugs and you want to obtain them illegally, use Getroman.com.

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