NextDayPharmi.com is a recently launched online pharmacy drugstore that claims to sell men’s generic health drugs and other medicines in over 128 countries. They also claim their products are FDA approved and are fully tested before putting into the sale. Do they sell genuine products? Should you buy from them or avoid the pharmacy? We recently tried to find out. Read below to more about our findings.
|Date of Registration||2019-08-24|
|Owner Country||United States|
|Name of Organisation||Next Day Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
When you look at the domain age, you will find that the domain is barely two weeks old. The domain was registered on 24th August 2019 and currently has an expiry date of 24th August 2021. This short lifespan is one of the main characteristics of a rogue online pharmacy. We also found that their domain whois data is protected and does not reveal much information about the owner of the domain and its physical address. Any legit business will not hide such sensitive information from the public.
The owner of this business has decided to keep their identity anonymous. The ScamAdviser data says the owner of this pharmacy is Anonymize Inc which is located in the United States. However, we did not find any such company in the USA database and the address provided by them is also fake. The phone and email support they claim to provide their customers does not exist in reality as we yet to hear from them after we tried to reach out to the pharmacy via both modes.
One good thing about the pharmacy is that they do not claim to be approved by any legal authority. However, you would expect a company that claims to provide services to more than 128 countries, would be certified at least few authorities both in their native as well as some foreign countries where they sell their products. Unfortunately, the company does not register with any legal authority as we did not find its existence in CIPA, LegitScript, and PharmacyChecker.
Unsurprisingly, the company’s best-selling products are men’s generic health drugs. However, they also sell other health products but they very few in quantity and are mainly there to avoid any legal inquiry of their business. Some of their products include:
When you at the prices of their best-selling products, you would be hard-pressed to believe that these are actually FDA approved drugs. There is no way FDA would approve these products and these are the counterfeited products of the original. They also mentioned that these drugs are sourced and dispensed from developing countries such as India where these products are available at cheaper rates.
Currently, they only accept payments via Credit Cards issued by either Visa or Mastercard and Bitcoin. They do not accept any other method. Their website is SSL secured which is definitely a good thing and make it somewhat reliable. However, they do send you to an external page while checking out which bound to raise some eyebrows.
As mentioned before, they sell their products to more than 128 countries and they use the following shipping options to ship their products internationally:
❋ Airmail with a delivery charge of $10 with no option of tracking and will take 10 to 21 business days to ship the product
❋ Express International Mail with a delivery charge of $30 with option of tracking and will take 5 to 9 business days after the dispatch to shipping the product
They also offer free Airmail shipping on every order over $150 along with free generic pills with every order.
The pharmacy has its own testimonial page where you will find several customer testimonials praising their products and services. However, when you take a closer look at these reviews, you will realize how fake these reviews are. After all, how can a pharmacy that is only two weeks old amassed as many reviews within such a short period?
The pharmacy is still fairly new but there are many aspects of this pharmacy that matches with other scam pharmacies – the owner decided to remain anonymous, not legally authorized to operate, free pills with every order all are indicators of a scam business rather than a legit one. Their claims are all fake and untrustworthy, so are their products. We recommend not to buy anything from them right now and look for genuine and trusted pharmacies for all your medical needs.