MedPass.net is an internet pharmacy that is either Australian or American. There are some questions regarding its origins. Though, that is not the only area in which the website hasn’t been forthright. A lot of the information it has provided on its platform is either erroneous or vague. So you cannot help but dismiss everything it has to say about itself and the products it sells.
|Date of Registration||2017-03-16|
|Owner Country||Australis, US|
|Name of Organisation||Pharma Online|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the database|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
This website was created on the 15th of March 2017. If you find that alarming, you have the right attitude. This pharmacy is a paltry 2-years-old. Not only are they inexperienced but their age makes them a prime target for scams. You have to assume that they are either being used by a scam to defraud people or the entire site is a scam. Granted, that is an assumption at this point but it is one you have to make whenever you encounter an internet pharmacy that is this young. You have to assume the worst because internet pharmacies with short lifespans have a tendency to harbor scams.
It isn’t that uncommon for small sites to share their servers. This one has nearly 300 other portals on its server. Most of these websites have strong ScamAdviser ratings. The same is true for the pharmacy which earned a rating of 86 percent from ScamAdviser. That is a high number that makes you question whether the site might be legit.
If you had begun to hope that the drugstore might be legitimate, you are in for a rude awakening. You can tell that this pharmacy is lying about so much of what it says because it claims to have 12 years of experience under its belt. As you saw from its domain age, this is clearly not true. The platform is trying to deceive its users into believing that it is so much older. That is a habit that scams tend to perpetrate. This is all the reason you need to discount everything else they have to say. They claim to only collect information that is relevant to the services they offer. They also want consumers to trust that their privacy is guaranteed because they have a policy that does not permit the sale of customer data to third-party organizations.
They use 128-bit encryption to ensure the safety of customer data. But again, none of these words mean anything. They cannot be trusted. If the company can lie about its age, you can assume that it will lie about everything else. Their platform isn’t that attractive, to begin with. It has a lazy design like no effort was injected into assembling the website. There is no business address to speak of. That is never a good sign.
For a website that has been in existence for 2 years, it is surprising to find that LegitScript has never heard of it. The resource monitors and accredits internet pharmacies. There are plenty of drugstores in its database that are mere months old. And yet they do not know this site. That is even more worrisome.
This pharmacy deals with generic medicine. They supposedly get their merchandise from India. But even if that is true, it isn’t a good thing because India produces a lot of counterfeit medicine. You can ignore their claim that all their products have been vetted and approved by the FDA. If that was true, they would gladly present the documentation proving this claim. Prescriptions are not required to secure medicine.
Pricing, Payments, and Deliveries
If this site is to be believed, its products are among the cheapest on the market. But because you can’t trust their word, you have no way of determining the authenticity of their price tags. As with most internet drugstores, this one uses:
❋ Express International Mail
❋ Standard International Airmail
to make deliveries. The shipping fees range between $10 and $30.
This medical store doesn’t have any customer feedback, not even on its platform. That sinks their image even further.
There is too much stacked against it, including the absent customer feedback and regulatory accreditation.