To my knowledge, ratemydrugdealer.com is not a website that actually exists yet (at least not on the indexed web). But there is a website where you can see if you’re getting a good deal on your prescription drugs.


On StreetRX, you can get the latest street prices of all sorts of prescription meds, and you can even submit the details of your most recent purchase to see whether you got a good deal or not. Ah, the magic of the internet.

This particular website relies on user-submitted information, so the data should be taken with a grain of salt. We can’t really assume that everyone who purchases prescription drugs goes straight home to upload the pertinent information to the world-wide-web. If only it were that simple.

Nonetheless, it is an interesting tool for a few reasons.

Someone who might think that good quality is equated with high prices would be able to find some beneficial information here. This type of communication also allows people to buy drugs more safely by making sure they are getting good quality, clean products. There’s also the potential to analyze trends in prescription drug misuse, availability, street costs, etc. All of that data can then be used to help develop appropriate resources for people seeking help in those specific communities.

So – are you getting a good deal?

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