Any site that advertises "cheap tramadol," "cheap Ultram," "low price tramadol," or "tramadol COD" (collect on delivery), is unlikely to be a legitimate pharmacy. It is an opioid (morphine-like) medication and may be abused. Tramadol hydrochloride (Ultram®) is classified as a controlled substance under federal laws in the United States. Because it is a controlled substance, it is illegal for people to buy or sell tramadol without a legitimate prescription.
Tramadol can be obtained legally from online pharmacies. First, you need a legitimate prescription from a legitimate prescriber (such as a physician). After that, you can buy tramadol from any licensed pharmacy (including legitimate Internet pharmacies). If the pharmacy does not require a legitimate prescription, this is a huge warning flag that the pharmacy is not legitimate. The best way to know if an Internet pharmacy is legitimate is to make sure that it is one of the Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites™ (VIPPS®).
Of course, you can also buy tramadol at your local pharmacy. Either way, make sure your pharmacist (including your online pharmacist) has a complete list of all the medications you are taking and any medical conditions you may have.
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