The online pharmacy is self-proclaimed as the leading pharmacy e-store distributing high-quality generic and brand name over-the-counter and prescription medications. The generic medications offered by the online drugstore are reported to be made with the best raw materials at renowned manufacturing plants in India, which are also FDA-approved. In this article, we will find out if the claims made by the online pharmacy are true or not.
|Date of Registration||2021-11-02|
|Name of Organisation||365 Chemists|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Toll-Number||+1 (781) 546-7126|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The domain information of a company is one of the yardsticks used to determine a business’s legitimacy or not. A business domain registered a long time ago with information about its owner has a higher chance of being legit, and vice-versa. The pharmacy domain was recently registered late last year on November 2nd, 2021. It was last updated on January 9th, 2022, and its expected expiration date is November 1st, 2023, unless renewed. In addition to the domain registration and expiration, there is no information on the registrant.
From the pharmacy domain information, it is apparent that the business was recently registered, as it is less than a year old. The recency of online businesses is worrying, especially since most scam e-commerce stores are often new. Furthermore, there is no information about the domain registrant, with no figure to give accountability or be held to one. These factors are unsettling and enough to make one wary about the online pharmacy as it has the clear markings of a scam website.
This company has no physical presence. Its virtual presence is already questionable, with the absence of a business profile making the online drugstore even more anonymous. There is no information about the pharmacy team it is reported to have. Furthermore, there is no information about its owner or its physical address. The business couldn’t be any more anonymous than it already is.
This is perhaps the most important criterion used to differentiate between a legitimate and an illegitimate e-commerce store, which online pharmacies fall under. The online drugstore is yet to be reviewed by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP). However, it has been reviewed by LegitScript, and its rating isn’t favorable. Its LegitScript’s rating is “rogue”. This status defines the online pharmacy as a scam and misleading website that engages in illegal and unsafe practices. Some of these practices include scamming customers and selling prescription drugs without a request for prescriptions from customers.
The pharmacy website is a lazy clone of another online pharmacy: alldaygeneric.com. The online pharmacy copied content from this website word for word. In a lot of instances, they forgot to change the company name to theirs, with the company name appearing on their website.
Products and Pricing
There is a wide variety of drugs available on the pharmacy website. The popular categories include:
- Men’s health
- Women’s health
- Beauty and skin care, etc.
The prices of offered medications are reported to be competitive.
The accepted payment method on the checkout page is PayPal. The payment URL will be sent to the email address after placing an order. Customers can then proceed to make payments.
The shipping method used by the online pharmacy is unknown. What we can say is the delivery cost, which is a flat rate of $25. In addition, the delivery duration is between 5 and 7 days to the U.S. and 15 to 20 days to other countries.
There is no customer testimonials to be found on the pharmacy website. Surprisingly, the company has 7 reviews and a 4.2 rating on TrustPilot. The testimonials are about the exceptional services and products offered by the online pharmacy. Its positive feedback is undoubtedly the only good thing about the business, an indicator of its operation.
The pharmacy e-store having a handful of reviews wouldn’t distract us from all the red flags we have identified from the review. First, it is a cloned website with copied content from another pharmacy website. Lastly, its “rogue” rating from LegitScript will be remembered, alongside its business anonymity.
Considering these factors, the online pharmacy will be given a trust level of 30%.