Generic24Rx.com is a drugstore with connections to Hong Kong that has over one million customers. Of course, if that was true, many of you would know who they are. But you don’t because they are nowhere near as popular as they want everyone to think. As you might expect, that is not their only lie.
|Date of Registration||2018-09-12|
|Owner Country||Hong Kong|
|Name of Organisation||Happy Family Store|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
The portal came into existence in 2018, specifically on the 12th of September. If nothing changes in the next few months, the domain will expire on the 11th of September 2021. This reveals a considerable lack of confidence in the domain’s ability to succeed. Not only is the store less than five years old but it is unlikely to survive 2021.
ScamAdviser doesn’t expect anyone to give their money to this pharmacy. After analyzing them, it concluded that they deserved a rating of only 1 percent, which is demoralizing.
ScamAdviser likes their domain age. The resource agrees that 3 years isn’t a lot of time but it is still decent. It also took note of the benefits their SSL certificate brings to the table. However, it took points away from the drugstore because they get very few visitors.
That wasn’t their only problem. The resource also hated their connection to a high-risk country, not to mention the many poorly rated sites on their server. The decision to offer cryptocurrency services works against the company because of the risks attached to cryptocurrency. Anonymous payment methods do not endear organizations to people that want to transact with transparent shops.
The platform has failed to give its patients anything good to latch on to. Yes, the design is attractive but it won’t win anyone over because the owner copied it from elsewhere.
The portal has tangible premises that people can visit. That would be encouraging if it was true. But it isn’t. At this moment, all they have is a picture of a building that has nothing to do with them. You can tell that it isn’t the site’s HQ because other medical stores have utilized the same image to trick people into believing that they have physical premises.
If you visit their platform, you will quickly realize that they haven’t published a business address. This completely destroys the suggestion that the building on their website is their HQ.
People with pictures of their HQ do not hesitate to include a business address. They also provide pictures of the medical professionals they employ along with the drugs they keep in stock.
You won’t find any of that content on this site because they are a referral service. They haven’t made that claim but they have manifested all the signs. Referral services tend to exist solely on the internet because they don’t own the drugs they dispense.
As such, they do not require a physical location to hold their merchandise. They simply ship the pills that people have ordered directly from a supplier elsewhere. This is a referral service, and it isn’t a good one.
If you need more evidence proving that they are shady, consider the fact that their domain is registered under the ‘Canadian Pharmacy’ title even though they are not Canadian. They are not registered with CIPA in Canada and LegitScript hasn’t certified them.
Despite their name, they sell both branded and generic medicines. It makes you wonder why they chose a name that suggests that they primarily deal with generic drugs. Their catalog includes products for:
❋ Hair Loss
❋ Blood Pressure
Even if you have a prescription, this drugstore won’t ask for one.
Payments and Deliveries
They accept crypto transfers. You can also use major credit cards and electronic checks. Depending on your location, they may use EMS or Airmail Standard for delivery purposes. Your destination will also affect the duration, which can range from three days (for EMS) t0 three weeks (for Airmail Standard).
It is a mistake to take any of the testimonials on the platform seriously. Whoever wrote them wasn’t a real customer. You won’t find them on TrustPilot or any other review sites.
This internet pharmacy couldn’t make itself look more suspicious if it tried.