MaplePharm.com claims to be in the business for over 12 years and sells safe, generic medicines to their worldwide customers at a reduced price. All their medicines are shipped directly from India and approved by the Indian FDA. All their medical products are manufactured with the best quality raw materials in world-class Indian facilities. They also offer fast shipping and rapid 24×7 customer support to all their customers worldwide. Before buying its products, do read our review below to know more about the pharmacy and its products to make an informed decision.
|Date of Registration||2018-11-14|
|Name of Organisation||Health&Beauty|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
The domain registration information shows the domain was registered on 14th November 2018 and the registration will expire on 15th November 2021. So, the pharmacy is active for over 2 years and not 12 years as they claimed on its website. Their first lie is caught right at the beginning of our investigation and looks like another possible scam in the making. The website layout looks clean and uncluttered but loads quite slow compared to other pharmacy websites running on the internet today.
ScamAdviser found the pharmacy suspicious and gave them a low trust score of 30 as they found discovered several severe flaws in its operation. The owner’s details and the organization’s information are hidden via a privacy service giving them full anonymity to run their business illegally. The business could be located in a high-risk country like Russia, but other countries may be involved too. The US and the UK numbers as well as the live chat support are all out of order as they did not respond to our repeated requests.
The pharmacy is not a CIPA member nor is affiliated with any other international regulatory bodies that govern the industry including IPABC, NABP, MIPA, PharmacyChecker, etc. This means the pharmacy does not have the necessary legal permission to sell medical products to people and they could be selling low-quality, expired medical products to its customers. Furthermore, the pharmacy has received a rogue appraisal from LegitScript as they did not meet the minimum safety standards set by the governing body.
❋ Allergy, Antibiotics, Antiviral
❋ Beauty Products, Cancer
❋ Diabetes, Gastro Health
❋ Herbals, Hypertension
❋ Migraine, Obesity, Women’s Health, etc
They don’t ask for a valid prescription before selling their medical products, but you should consult your doctor first before buying any drugs to prevent any unwanted circumstances.
You can check the pricing of their medical products on the checkout page, which looks quite similar to several rogue pharmacies running on the internet. The pharmacy also supports several currencies at the checkout page and you could be buying drugs with your local currency if you live in any of the supported regions. There is no certificate from the Indian FDA or any other authority on the website that could certify the quality of the products.
You can pay using any of the major credit card vendors such as Mastercard, Visa, AMEX, Discover, etc at the checkout page. No other option is available right now. There are also no SSL certificates from GeoTrust, McAfee, etc on the website as well as the payment getaway. This means your personal information is at heightened risk during checkout.
Airmail and Express International Mail are the two shipping options provided by the pharmacy to its international customers.
❋ Airmail takes around 2 to 3 business weeks after the dispatch to deliver the parcel and costs $10 with no parcel tracking support.
❋ Express Mail takes around 5 to 9 working days after the dispatch to deliver the parcel with full parcel tracking support and the final cost will depend upon various factors including shipping location, parcel size, etc.
They also offer free Airmail shipping on orders over $150 as well as other discounts and free pills with every order you make on the website.
The reviews available on the testimonials page do not provide many details on the pharmacy’s product quality and services. These reviews are most likely owner-generated instead of genuine testimonials as they are full of unnecessary praises of the pharmacy and raise eyebrows immediately. Trustpilot also does not have any reviews posted on its external platform which could have provided a better idea of the pharmacy’s product and service quality.
MaplePharm.com is another scam pharmacy likely operating from Russia, a high-risk country for these types of businesses. Most of the key details are kept private so that authorities cannot reach out to them and they can operate anonymously. Therefore, avoid this pharmacy and stay safe by using products from credible pharmacies.