I received meds that are imprinted "watson 10/325" I found this, as well as the overall appearance to be odd. I'm assuming bootleg. Is this a correct assumption?
Added 9 Jul 2010:
The imprint on the white oval tablet actually says Watson and below the name it says 10/325. Not having seen anything like this in the past I'm assuming that these did not come from the manufacture...might be dangerous, and are likely home-made or "bootlegged". Is this assumption safe? Or do other markets have different stamps on meds?
10 Jul 2010
Possibly and it could be what it is. The only thing i had come across that was imprinted with the actual numbers on it was percoset. I dont remember if it said watson on it or not. I do know that all norco and vicodin even dont ever have the numbers in correct mg format on the actual pill except for like i said percoset. Then again i dont know where you are from but in texas we imprint different numbers on the pills for the pharmacist to read not for citizens.Where did you come across these at?
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