CheapShopMed.com is a company that sells medicine online. They claim to partner with trusted sources of brand name and generic pills but is that actually true? That is not the only question you will ask where the store is concerned. You are going to wonder whether they have a team of professionals that cares about you. This is another claim found on their site, along with several boasts about their affordable price tags, the reliability of their drug manufacturers, and the satisfaction they can offer their customers. At the end of the day, you will find that the company cannot prove any of the things it says.
|Date of Registration||2020-10-10|
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
There are times where you have no choice but to take a medical website’s word with regards to their products and services, especially if you don’t have the means to investigate their claims. But you cannot do that with this one because it was created on the 10th of October 2020, just a few weeks ago as of this moment.
Their young domain age makes this platform far too risky for you to take them at their word. You cannot prove definitively that they are telling the truth because they don’t have a tangible footprint on the internet.
Even though the platform has an SSL Certificate, ScamAdviser still saw fit to give them a rating of 1 percent. The certificate is impressive. However, it doesn’t make up for the young domain age, the poorly optimized website, or the portals with low ratings that share their server.
This isn’t a pharmacy. That is to say, it doesn’t have any actual medicine in storage that it sells and delivers to consumers. All the evidence points to the company being a referral service. Referral services are not bad.
Unlike pharmacies, they do not own the medicine they sell. Rather, they acquire it from suppliers in local or foreign markets who ship it directly to a consumer that has submitted a request for drugs. They are cheaper to start and operate because the owners don’t have to spend money renting offices and buying medicine.
Referral services don’t operate real pharmacies. However, they are expected to employ real pharmacists that can oversee the processing of orders. This one doesn’t have any pharmacists. It will claim otherwise but, ultimately it can’t prove anything. Most websites go out of their way to promote their pharmacists because they know that patients are more likely to buy pills from a website if they know that it is managed by a trustworthy medical professional.
The only websites that can’t be bothered to reveal the identity of at least one pharmacist are companies that do not have any medical professionals working behind the scenes to process your orders. This one is even worse because it has gone so far as to hide the identity of its owner, making the platform even more suspicious.
The drugstore doesn’t have regulatory approval of any kind. Some people might argue that referral services do not require regulatory approval. But that isn’t true. Every platform that sells medicine requires some sort of accreditation. Even if it hasn’t been certified by LegitScript, it should be recognized by some sort of body that people trust. The absence of such accreditation is a red flag.
They have a lot of sexual enhancers. However, you cannot determine their country of origin or the companies that manufactured them. This is another red flag.
Payments and Deliveries
❋ Electronic Checks
They accept all the major credit card brands. Once your payment is processed, they will initiate delivery using trackable courier service which can take as many as thirty days. Re-shipping is free for packages that are damaged during transit.
The reviews on their website were written and published months before the platform was even created, which means that they are fake.
Any website that posts fake reviews and then publishes information that cannot be verified is untrustworthy, which is why this one earns a trust level of 15%.