EuPills.net claims to belong to the premier league of safe mail-order pharmacies. Apart from an unparalleled quality of products (drugs), it also pledges to offer stellar-quality online and delivery services to its customers. We launched a fact-finding mission to ascertain or invalidate such claims and came up with the following review and conclusions.
|Date of Registration||2019-07-08|
|Name of Organisation||EU PILLS|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Toll-Number||UK: +44 800 0465357
SE: +46 812 410849
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders over €200|
EuPills.net is three months old, having registered itself in September 2019. While that’s too young to trust, there’s one more suspicious thing about its registration details; the concealment of important data using a paid privacy service. Information about the owner and organization that the pharmacy belongs to is hidden. We have often observed the same trend with rogue stores. The pharmacies’ owners hide their identities to avoid being contacted over accountability issues. They also do so to avoid being scammed.
According to ScamAdviser, the company is hiding its location but is likely to be based in the U.S or the U.K. Pharmacies like these can’t give a better reason for hiding in the shade of privacy service providers than to keep themselves off customers who are enraged over being defrauded by them. We also uncovered that the hosting company that is in charge of Mesh Digital Limited has a high number of fraud websites and spammers. It means that the website doesn’t invest in the “know your customer” process as properly as it should be.
A pharmacy must be regulated by the appropriate bodies, according to their locations. Below is the regulatory report of the website. We checked it’s regulatory status with bodies both in the US and UK since it’s suspected to hail from either of them.
❋ Its data isn’t available on the database of LegitScript
❋ It’s a mediocre-standard pharmacy according to ScamAdviser
❋ CIPA has not regulated it either
❋ The MHRA has no information about the website too
❋ NABP can’t find the pharmacy in its “Safe Websites” list
This is proof that the pharmacy operates without the consent of any authority, a factor which makes it very unsafe.
Drugs and Pricing
This business claims to trade in both generic and branded medications. Obviously, they report that the drugs are of the best quality. But, we have confirmed that the generic drugs aren’t approved by the Food and Drug Administration. However, we can give a benefit of doubt to the branded medications. Prices of drugs at the drugstore aren’t standardized. When we compared them to prices in other pharmacies, this company’s prices remained high. So if you want to save some bucks, you either have to find a coupon code or visit another pharmacy.
Bill Payment and Shipping
There’s a great list of payment options that you can use to settle your bills on the pharmacy’s website. They are:
❋ American Express
❋ Diners Club
Worth mentioning, too is that payments are made on a safe billing page so that your credit card data and other secret information aren’t accessible to third parties. Also, the website itself is safe for browsing. So concerning overall security, you’re safe.
The pharmacy provides phone numbers, a piece of physical location information, and an email for contacting them. However, we noticed that this contact information is shared with other websites. For example, the provided email ([email protected]) is also a contact email on another online pharmacy (pillsprime.com). Also, a call sent to any of the given numbers will always delay, or not get a response.
EuPills.com reviews are not available on the site. We, therefore, went in search of them on other sites. On TrustPilot, we found that the site hasn’t yet been claimed. The case was the same on MyWoT. The rank of this site on Alexa is 2226739, which conforms with the absence of reviews on all the mentioned sites. It is seldom visited, so there aren’t people to give a review of it. All these may be attributed to its age.
We have seen that although the online pharmacy provides security for both your credit card details and passwords, it isn’t regulated. It sells some branded medications whose quality may be high but also dishes out unapproved generics. The pharmacy is young like many rogue ones, so we have to doubt it for that. Owners are hiding behind a private company and that’s a problem. Consequently, it has earned itself a 30% trust level.