GenericDay.com sells a wide range of generic prescription drugs online that are 100% FDA approved. They claim their online store 100% safe and secure and offers plenty of medical options to their customers so that they can choose accordingly. They select their medical products after intense scrutiny after following the WHO guidelines during the manufacturing process. In case of any discrepancies, you can contact their support staff 24×7 to solve the issue. We checked the pharmacy to find out the quality of their products and services and whether it is safe to order their pills or not. Read below to know more about the pharmacy.
|Date of Registration||2018-06-19|
|Name of Organisation||GenericDay|
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|Live Chat Option||yes|
The pharmacy was launched on 19th June 2018 and will remain operational till 19th June 2021. This shows the pharmacy is active for the last two years and has established itself in the industry. However, this does not mean they are genuine business as we need more information to prove its legitimacy. The website’s template is unique and we have not found any pharmacies using this template currently. The loading speed of the website is quite slow.
The pharmacy received only 1 trust score from Scam Adviser even though they did not find too many discrepancies in the pharmacy. The business is registered via a third-party privacy service that hides the crucial information of the pharmacy including the owner’s details, organization details, business location, etc. The data also shows the business could be operating from the Turks and Caicos Islands, but it won’t be surprising if they are operating from somewhere else as most of the data is redirected. There is no telephone number on the website, but there is a live chat option, email address, and a Skype number all of which remained silent to our queries.
The business is not registered in Canada (CIPA) and got red-flagged in the United States by the NABP. This means they are selling medical products without having a proper license to do so and might not be safe for human use due to poor quality. Furthermore, LegitScript labeled the pharmacy as a rogue business due to poor transparency and low-quality products that may cause side-effects to the human body.
❋ Acidity, Acne, Allergy, Antifungal
❋ Bladder Prostate, Cancer, Diabetes
❋ Eye Care, Gastro Health
❋ Migraine, Hepatitis, Weight Loss, etc
They do ask for a valid prescription before selling their drugs which is a good thing.
The pricing of most of their products looks reasonable and not identical to most rogue pharmacies. If you want to buy discounted men’s health supplements, then you can also check out their “Offer Zone” section. However, we are not sure about the quality of these drugs as there is no quality control certificate from FDA or WHO on the website contrary to their claim.
Interestingly, the pharmacy supports PayPal as a payment option along with Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, etc as payment methods. PayPal selects its clients after a thorough background investigation, so its inclusion does increase the curiosity levels. Thankfully, the website and checkout page are protected via DMCA SSL certificate which is valid and you can check the certificate by clicking the DMCA link on the website.
The pharmacy is using several shipping options including USPS (the US), Parcel Force (the UK), NZ Post (NZ), AU Post (Australia), etc to ship their products. Visit their order tracking page to find out the shipping option for your country. They also charge a standard shipping charge of $25 and delivery time will depend upon where you live and the courier service that will deliver your order.
The pharmacy is using Trust Pilot’s external platform as a testimonial page where till now almost 200 reviews were posted by the users with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Most of these reviews are positive, which means the pharmacy does ship their orders and customers are normally quite happy with their service and product quality.
GenericDay.com is a scam drugstore and is full of misleading claims. They claim all their brands are WHO approved, but the truth is WHO does not approve pharma companies as it was usually done by local authorities such as CIPA or NABP. Some of the customer reviews on TrustPilot are overwhelmingly positive and hard to believe. This makes the reviews highly suspicious and untrustworthy.