Going by their promises alone, we may end up that there’s no other pharmacy like BitcoinChemist.net. Lowest prices, fastest deliveries, and friendly services are just some of the alluring pledges that the pharmacy makes to potential customers. This article reveals all the real actions and traits of the pharmacy. Make sure that you do not dive into purchasing from it before reading this review to the end.
|Date of Registration||2017-01-19|
|Owner Country||Czech Republic, Netherlands|
|Name of Organisation||Bitcoin Chemist|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
We have established that this pharmacy had its domain name put down on register on 19-01-2017. The same day is when the pharmacy was born. And, it was registered to last for just a few years (maybe one) with the period getting extended each time business is running well. This is to avoid regulatory intervention in the long run. When a company gets registered for a short period of time, it may take the government, or regulatory approvals quite a long time to catch up with them in their lifetimes. This is the trick used by most scan pharmacies.
Records from the database of WhoIs about this pharmacy reveals that there’s a privacy protection service in the Czech Republic that’s used to hide its location. The drugstore owner’s details are also undisclosed. These are great signs of an illegitimate business. This is what happens with the pharmacy when it falls under those online businesses whose domains are hosted by Gransy s .r.o. The company also hosts multiple scam businesses’ domains.
A list of complication categories whose drugs are available for sale at the pharmacy is available on the web platform. Some of the categories listed are below:
❋ Men’s sexual health
❋ Pain relief
❋ Blood pressure
This is just a few of them. The drugs for these conditions are available, both in their generic as well as branded forms. However, we noticed something sinister with the alleged brand-name versions of the drugs. With some of them, the name is stated well, but the description has a different name in it. This only shows the degree of fraud that the pharmacy has delved into. Further, we are neither told about the exact companies from which these drugs are dished out, nor their locations. The only information available to this regard is that the medicines are from India or Singapore. We are left to locate the right town and company in the two giant countries where the drugs come from. Coupled with the point about drug names above, these could be counterfeit drugs. It is excellent to learn that drugs are incredibly affordable at this pharmacy. However, it feels painful to know that these drugs are of low quality.
Regulated pharmacies usually display evidence of their regulations on their websites. This pharmacy shows none. Is this an indication that it isn’t regulated? Let’s see that below:
❋ LegitScript labels it as a rogue pharmacy, having failed to meet its minimum regulation criteria
❋ The State Institute for Drug Control of the Czech Republic hasn’t regulated the pharmacy
❋ Medicines Evaluation Board (MEB) in the Netherlands also hasn’t regulated it
❋ ScamAdviser awards it with a 76% trust level as to the safe web platform it has
In summary, this is an illegitimate pharmacy, and that should mean a lot of danger to potential customers.
Payment and Delivery
As the name hints already, all payments are made in a decentralized currency known as the Bitcoin. All other methods aren’t accepted. This limits the number of potential customers, as most people still can’t access this type of currency. However, that’s good as these people are equally evading the poor quality of drugs sold. Delivery is either done from India of Singapore depending on the type of drug you’ve purchased. Airmail service is used for dispensing the drugs from both locations. If your medicine comes from India, it costs you $15 for the delivery. It costs $25 for the deliveries that come from Singapore.
The pharmacy itself claims to have thousands of positive reviews from its satisfied customers. We had to verify this. Actually, on its web platform, there are some reviews displayed. The reviews all praise the quality of drugs as well as the promptness of delivery. Looking keenly at them, they’re fake. Some are also used in other pharmacies, while some do not talk about verifiable claims.
There are a lot of scam pharmacies on the internet. This one is one of them. A pharmacy that isn’t regulated sells fake drugs, hides its actual location, and generally has traits that do not suggest legitimacy is dangerous for you.