1PharmRx.com is an internet pharmacy with dubious origins that sells cheap sexual enhancers. They have an extensive catalog filled with all sorts of medical products. But their real business is sexual enhancers. This is all they promote on their website. There is nothing wrong with a website prioritizing sexual enhancers over other types of drugs. However, scams have a tendency to emphasize sexual enhancers as well. You should be careful.
|Date of Registration||2018-09-12|
|Name of Organisation||Happy Family Store|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
The domain is pitiful. It was created on the 12th of September 2018. That makes this website less than two-years-old as of this moment. Naturally, the pharmacy’s age will increase as the years past. This assumes that it will continue to exist on the internet. The longer an internet pharmacy has existed, the easier it becomes to trust. If this site is still in business in another five or so years, you might have a reason to trust it. But for the moment, its young age makes the store highly suspicious. You are better off staying away.
This store shares its server with websites like:
Most of them have strong trust ratings from ScamAdviser. Speaking of scam adviser, it gave this pharmacy a rating of 49 percent. That is a mediocre figure should give you another reason to be suspicious. And it isn’t the only problematic factor. The owner is a mystery. He has chosen to hide his identity. That is a strong sign that he or she has something to be ashamed of. The website’s Alexa ranking is abysmal which tells you that it doesn’t get that many visitors. An online store without visitors is obviously not getting customers either. There are two countries involved in its setup. That is another suspicious factor to keep in mind.
This pharmacy operates under the name ‘Happy Family Store‘. But there is another pharmacy that is also using the name. That site has gone so far as to feature the same image of its HQ that you find on this platform’s web pages. That is highly suspicious. The two sites are probably run by the same person. One or both of them are mirror sites. You can assume that the image they have provided for their HQ isn’t real. If they had such an impressive campus, they would have included a business address to encourage people to visit them. They haven’t bothered to reveal their business address because they don’t want anyone to try and authenticate the existence of their physical premises. In fact, there is no reason to believe that they have physical premises. At this point, all the evidence suggests that they only exist as a website. They have neither an office nor real employees working behind the scenes. You should never transact with such websites. If they scam you, they could disappear and you would have no way of tracking them down.
This internet drugstore is rogue. This is what LegitScript calls them because they haven’t been certified by any organization to sell medical products. This makes them even more dangerous.
As was mentioned above, they deal with sexual enhancers. They claim to sell both generic and brand name medicine. But most of their merchandise is generic. They don’t ask for prescriptions from customers, which is another sign that they can’t be trusted. But they encourage all their customers to consult a medical professional before buying medicine from the site.
Payments and Deliveries
The prices are low. But this is what most sites of this kind claim. They want customers to believe that they are the cheapest medical option on the internet. But they never bother to reveal the source of their medicine. There’s no point in buying cheap medicine if it’s counterfeit. Payments are made using credit cards and E-Checks. They use EMS and Airmail to make deliveries. The cost of shipping depends on the destination.
The medical firm doesn’t have much of a presence online. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that they don’t have reviews and testimonials anywhere else on the internet besides the ones found on their platform. And those can’t be trusted.
This is an internet pharmacy with a 25% trust level. It doesn’t have regulatory approval or a business address. It doesn’t even ask for prescriptions.