1Rx-Pharmacy.com is an online drugstore that has very few positive attributes. Everything that people have learned about the site supports the conclusion that the pharmacy is a scam. The owner has failed to defend himself against the accusation, suggesting that he doesn’t have a defense, to begin with.
|Date of Registration||2015-02-06|
|Name of Organisation||1RX Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||on orders over $200|
The domain age is quite strong. The store was created on the 6th of February, 2015. They have plenty of years under their belt, so much so that no one would blame you if you decided to trust them on that basis alone. Of course, it should be noted that the other aspects of their profile are not quite as strong as their domain age.
The platform has two related websites, namely: FastPills247.com and Max-HealthcareRx.com. If you were hesitant to believe all the people accusing this company of potential fraud, you should know that scamadviser.com gave them a trust rating of 1 percent. That is not a good rating.
ScamAdviser saves such ratings for websites that pose the highest risk. This one has an SSL certificate and a strong domain age and yet, they were not enough to compensate for the other problems in the pharmacy’s profile.
The platform is bare. The owner did not make much of an effort to make it attractive. It doesn’t provide any information that you can use to determine where the drugstore comes from or how it operates.
They do not have verifiable contact information or a business address, which means that it is impossible to identify their country of origin. It is not clear whether their company is a pharmacy or a simple referral service.
If they operate a pharmacy, it doesn’t look like they use a pharmacist to dispense their drugs. If they have one, they haven’t mentioned the individual’s identity. Because you do not know the identity of the pharmacist, you cannot investigate them to find out whether or not they are licensed or experienced.
If they don’t have a pharmacist, you cannot trust them to dispense drugs. The owner is in the same boat. His identity is hidden. As such, you cannot force him to explain the irregularities surrounding his drugstore.
ScamAdviser is convinced that the domain is hosted in a high-risk country, which makes them look even more suspicious. You have to use their platform to submit orders. They have a money-back policy that allows you to demand a refund within 30 days if the shop sends you damaged or defective goods.
They were given a ‘rogue’ classification by LegitScript because they could not prove their legitimacy. For the moment, you can comfortably conclude that they are selling drugs illegally.
They sell generic and brand-name products. Apparently, they only use trusted drug manufacturers to source their pills. Supposedly, they check the licenses and certificates of their suppliers thoroughly to ensure that the products they acquire and resell to consumers are of the highest quality.
Naturally, this claim is not backed by evidence. They want their customers to know that some of the drugs they sell may differ in color and shape from the brand-name pills they know. But that is only because most of their products are generic, and the people that make generic medicine cannot copy the designs of brand-name manufacturers.
Payments and Deliveries
They can process various payment methods, including:
❋ Visa and MasterCard
They acknowledge that their drugs are very cheap but they won’t provide a satisfactory reason explaining why. They argue that a lot of their products are generic but that isn’t enough. People will rightly assume that their medications are counterfeit.
Others may choose to ignore the implications of their low prices because they are tempted by the site’s discounts which range from 3 to 7 percent. Customers can also earn free pills by making large orders.
They use Registered Airmail and EMS to make deliveries. You should visit their platform to find a list of countries to which they do not deliver.
Don’t be tempted to believe the positive testimonials published on their platform, not when they are so clearly fake. None of the non-biased review sites have published the pharmacy’s testimonials, not even TrustPilot.
If the medical site is legit, they have failed to provide sufficient evidence proving it.