CertifiedFarm.co is an internet pharmacy owned by the Europharm Group. If you have some experience with online drugstores, you probably already know that this one can’t be trusted. Everything about it is wrong, from the appearance of its platform to the contents of its webpages, the customer reviews and testimonials, and even the domain age. The site has given customers too many reasons to mistrust it.
|Date of Registration||2019-05-04|
|Owner Country||US, Canada, Russia|
|Name of Organisation||Canadian Drugstore|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the database|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders more than $200|
This domain came into existence on the 4th of May 2019. That wasn’t that long ago. In fact, it has been less than a year since the store was created. This should concern you. Young internet pharmacies have a tendency to hide scams. People don’t trust them because they are sources of fraudulent activity. This is why most customers prefer to transact with older stores. A website that has been around for a long time is less likely to defraud consumers because doing so would cost it all the success it has garnered. Younger sites don’t care about such things. They have no qualms about starting over because they don’t have that much to lose.
ScamAdviser gave the platform a trust rating of 6 percent which is what you expect to see from a drugstore this young. Though, that isn’t the only reason why scamadviser.com gave them such a low rating. The company has Russian connections. It is clearly hosted in the Russian Federation. That is not a good thing because Russian medical sites are normally scams. As such, any pharmacy that has Russian roots should be avoided.
There isn’t much to see in this pharmacy’s profile. In truth, it doesn’t have much of a profile. It sells drugs to consumers from all over the world using a platform whose design was copied from various other shady internet pharmacies. If you have ever visited a cheap and potentially illegitimate medical portal, it probably looked a lot like this one. In fact, it probably featured the exact same content, word for word in some cases. But that is to be expected.
This is a Europharm Group website. All Europharm Group stores are the same. The colors might change but everything else stays the same. Like other Europharm platforms, you can see that this one also claims to have opened its doors seven years ago. Naturally, you should dismiss this claim because it is disproven by the domain age.
In other words, the store is lying. Only scams find it necessary to lie. But the fact that it was a Europharm site probably told you that it was a scam. Everything else just proves what you already guessed. The business address cannot be verified. It is the same address that every other Europharm medical store uses. It can’t be a real place in the world. The phone numbers are equally problematic. Basically, none of the information on this platform is valid.
Most Europharm Group sites have been classified as rogue by LegitScript. But this one isn’t even in the database. You could blame this on the fact that it is new. But that does not help its cause. At the end of the day, regardless of the reason, you cannot ignore the lack of regulatory authority.
Like all the other pharmaceutical portals with which it is associated, this one has a wide-ranging catalog that includes products that treat ailments like:
Their platform wants you to think that they sell generic and branded medicine. But, in truth, no one knows what they sell. Just because they have a catalog of pills doesn’t mean they actually have any of those products on hand to deliver.
Pricing, Payments, and Deliveries
Even though they supposedly have branded pills mixed in with the generic merchandise, most, if not all of their price tags are really low. Scams can afford to sell their products cheaply because most of them are counterfeit. The platform uses credit cards to process payments. Deliveries require the use of either Airmail shipping or Courier delivery.
Not only are the reviews seen on this website fake but they were copied from other fraudulent medical platforms.
It fails in every way possible, not only because of the lack of reviews and testimonials but also the low ScamAdviser rating and absent regulatory authority. The pharmacy deserves only a 15% trust level.