MedsOffering.com is an online pharmaceutical company that openly boasts about being a Canadian company. Despite the fact that this company does not include an “About Us” page, it is clear that there is a wide variety of generic medications sold. However, as always, we find it incredibly important to first complete a thorough background search of this company, prior to promoting their service to any new or returning customers.
|Date of Registration||2022-04-07|
|Name of Organisation||Max Healthcare|
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|Live Chat Option||yes|
As this company does state on the homepage that it is a “Canadian Pharmacy”, we found it very crucial to look into this information. Many illegitimate companies will make the claim that they are Canadian-owned or operate out of Canada, to seem safe and trustworthy to unsuspecting customers.
When looking into the publicly registered domain information for this company, we were immediately able to notice some large red flags. First, this company is certainly not Canadian. This e-pharmacy’s administrative and registrant information is tied to an address in Moskovskaya Street, Russia – which is considered a high-risk country to purchase medications. Second, we were able to see that this company was only registered on April 7th, 2022, making this an incredibly new company.
In terms of presented information on business licenses, employees, or employee licenses, none exists on this website. This is not a good sign, as legitimate companies will post this information to prove that they and their marketable products have been verified by an official governing body. Any e-pharmacy should be operating with the appropriate licenses.
Because of this lack of information, we turned to a trusted site like Scam Adviser, to get a third-party opinion. On Scam Adviser, this e-pharmacy received a trust score of 31/100 – which isn’t good. Scam Adviser highlighted that this company’s ownership is using a paid privacy service, that the registrar has a high percentage of spammers and fraud sites, and there is no valid SSL certificate.
As previously mentioned, this company does not post any information in regards to licenses or regulatory practices – both of which help to guarantee legitimate services and safe products.
As this company does not share this information publicly with customers, we had to search on official governing body websites. In terms of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP), this company has not yet been reviewed – assumedly due to the sheer youth of this e-pharmacy. However, on LegitScript this company has been highlighted as a rogue pharmacy, showcasing that they are operating without any approvals or licenses.
Products and Pricing
In terms of the marketable products, this company does not specialize, which is generally a sign of illegitimacy. Most verified e-pharmacies will specialize in certain areas of medicine or carry a lesser amount of products. This is because the products are safe and meant to assist those in need, as opposed to solely making profits for a company.
However, this e-pharmacy does carry a multitude of products under some of the following categories of medicine:
❋ COVID-19, Allergy
❋ Anti Viral, Birth Control
❋ Cancer, General Health
❋ Hair Loss, Men’s Health
❋ Neurological Disorders, Women’s Health
Payments and Shipping
In regards to specific payment methods available to the customer base, this e-pharmacy offers the following options:
❋ Visa, Mastercard
❋ American Express
❋ Diner’s Club, JCB
❋ E-Check, Bitcoin
As for shipping, there are two options for customers:
❋ Registered Airmail – 14-21 business days – $9.95 (free over $200)
❋ EMS Shipping – 3-9 business days – $29.95
This company also highlights a list of high-risk countries that they do not ship to – one of which is Russia, which is very odd considering that is where this e-pharmacy is run from.
In terms of reviews, this company does host a section dedicated to testimonials, however, the submissions seem highly falsified. They are overwhelmingly positive, undated, and not crossed over from a third-party site like Trustpilot, Google, Facebook, etc.
In addition, we took a look at the third-party site Trustpilot and we were able to see that this e-pharmacy has been left unclaimed by the ownership and that there are no submitted ratings.
There are no known licenses associated with this company, an abundance of poorly presented information, and it is operating out of a very high-risk country. Therefore, we can only give this e-pharmacy a 15% trust level and do not recommend the use of its service or the purchasing of unsafe products.
In conclusion, it can be assumed that MedsOffering.com is not a good choice for purchasing medications.