Home-Pills.com is an alleged leading online pharmacy that sells brand and generic health supplements for men at reduced prices. They claim to be operating for the past 9 years and only sell FDA-approved medications that won’t compromise the quality. The shipping is fast right at your doorstep and also has 24/7 customer support for their worldwide customers. The website does not look promising and that’s why we decided to review the drugstore. Read below to know more about our findings.
|Date of Registration||2018-05-07|
|Name of Organisation||#1 OFFICIAL PHARMACY|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Toll-Number||+ 1(800) 943 9753|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders above 150$|
The drugstore started its operation on 7th May 2018 according to its WhoIs records and the license will expire on 7th May 2022. So, their claim of being in this business for over 9 years proved to be a lie as they are only over 3 years old and not 9 years. These kinds of pharmacies are mostly unreliable and the quality of their products is never guaranteed.
Scam Adviser deemed the website as suspicious thanks to the drugstore’s several security vulnerabilities. Expectedly, the owner chose to remain anonymous by deploying a proxy service to hide all the essential details of their business. The business origin is identified as the United States, but given they are using a proxy service, the actual location could be different. No one responded from their side when we tried to contact them via their available communication channels suggesting they are fake, not real.
The business is not affiliated with any regulatory body around the world including the CIPA and the NABP in the US. This means all the medications and other health products you see at their online store are not approved for human use and could contain dangerous substances for human health. The business is also listed as a rogue entity by the Legit Script on their website after they failed to meet their minimum requirements for approval.
The drugstore sells men’s generic and brand health supplements along with a few other health products at its online store. Some of their popular drug categories are:
❋ Allergy, Asthma, Arthritis
❋ Beauty Products
❋ Cholesterol, Diabetes
❋ Eye Care, Gastro Health
❋ Herbals, Hypertension
Some of their drugs do need a prescription before they can sell them and, in that case, you need to send a copy of your prescription to them to complete your order.
The best-selling drugs are priced on the lower side in line with various rogue pharmacies running online. This also indicates the quality of these products is poor and not suited for human consumption. They are also offering some great deals and discount coupons to both new and existing customers. However, there is no FDA certificate on their website contrary to their claim that could certify these drugs for human use.
Credit cards from Visa, AMEX, Discover, Mastercard, etc. are the only accepted payment option on their billing page at the moment as they don’t support any other options. You just need to the specific drug page and fill out all the details and submit them to complete your order. However, the platform is not secure as there are no SSL certificates available on their website and the payment page.
The drugstore allegedly ships worldwide using Express Mail and Airmail. Airmail takes around 10 to 21 working days to deliver the order and costs $10 while Express Mail delivers the order within 5 to 9 working days and costs are varied depending on various factors. The packaging is discreet to maintain customer confidentiality and delivery is right at your doorstep.
There are some reviews posted on their testimonials page, but they do not disclose much insightful information about the pharmacy and its products. There is no way to verify these reviews whether are genuine or not. In all likelihood, these so-called customer reviews are generated by the owner itself to get more customers for their business. Trust Pilot also does not have any Home-Pills.com reviews posted on its website despite the drugstore running for over 3 years.
The drugstore is more likely a scam business than a genuine online pharmacy selling authenticated products. There are too many issues with the drugstore that raises the red flag against them prompting us not to recommend them to users. Therefore, you will be better served by avoiding this scam pharmacy and opting for more credible and established ones.
We give Home-Pills.com a 10% trust level based on our inspection.