GoGetPills.org claims to be a Canadian drugstore that sells men’s generic drugs along with a few other health medicines at lower prices. However, there are several aspects of this pharmacy that tells us a different story. The layout is similar to numerous rogue pharmacies and makes several claims that usually found in rogue drugstores. So, we investigated the drugstore to find out whether they are indeed legit or is it another scam pharmacy. Read below to know more about our findings.
|Date of Registration||2018-04-26|
|Name of Organisation||Europharm Group Inc.|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders over $200 (airmail);
for orders over $300 (courier shipping)
The Whois data of this pharmacy’s domain says that the domain was created on 26th April 2018 and currently has an expiry date of 26th April 2020. Short lifespan is a common characteristic of rogue pharmacies and this one could be one among many of them. The pharmacy also has a low trust rating of 51% on ScamAdviser and currently running on a shared server instead of its own along with 32 other websites.
The owner is using a Russian proxy service to hide their identity as well as their physical address according to ScamAdviser something that is also very common among rogue pharmacies. It also says the origin of this drugstore is in Russia. For a pharmacy that claims to be Canadian, this is rather odd. All their contact details are either not working or gave some pre-taped answers to our queries. The owner has taken every possible step to protect their identity, so after thorough research, we still don’t have any idea who owns this business.
It is always a good practice to check the regulatory approvals of any online pharmacy before buying medicines from them. Regulatory approvals are mandatory for these businesses to operate legally. So, we checked the databases of PharmacyChecker, MPA, CIPA to found the details of this pharmacy and unsurprisingly, we found no traces of this pharmacy in any of their databases. Furthermore, LegitScript has reviewed the pharmacy and classifies it as a rogue business meaning they sell low-quality duplicated products and are not ideal for human consumption.
The pharmacy sells men’s generic health drugs that intend to improve performance on the bed. However, they also sell other health products but only to look legit and avoid legal troubles. Some of their best-selling products include:
❋ Antibiotics, Antiviral, Antifungal
❋ Blood Pressure
❋ Cancer, Cholesterol
Their best-selling items are available at a price you won’t be able to find at traditional marketplaces. They also offer some irresistible offers such as free pills with every order, 50% discount on bulk orders, etc to attract customers. All their products are sourced and dispensed from developing countries such as India and they claim the products are fully approved by the Indian FDA. However, there is no evidence to support this claim and there is a possible case of child labor is well.
The pharmacy accepts payments via credit cards issued by Visa, AMEX, and E-Checks. They don’t accept any other method for now. You will be transferred to an external payment getaway during checkout. However, there is no SSL security certificate on that payment getaway despite they claim it to be safe. So, it’s highly likely that your information will either get stolen or duplicated on that page.
The pharmacy claims to ship their products internationally and they use the following two methods to ship their products:
Your shipping charges will depend on your actual physical location and the weight of your package. You will also get free Airmail delivery on every order over $200 and every EMS order over $300.
Customer testimonials are a good way to judge a pharmacy’s performance. The pharmacy has its own testimonial page where you can read the experiences of their previous customers. Unfortunately, during our investigation, we found that almost all these GoGetPills.org reviews are fake and not genuine. These reviews are created by the owner itself to attract more customers by providing false information about their products and services.
There is no doubt that this pharmacy is a scam. The owner’s lack of transparency, fake reviews, no legal approvals and security seals all are indicators of a scam business. We found no evidence that tells it is a legit and reliable business. So, protect yourself and stay away from this so-called genuine pharmacy.