OnlineMedSupply.net is an American Mail order company that works with manufacturers and suppliers in India to acquire and then resell medical products. They claim to have several years of experience under their belt, though the age of their domain says otherwise.
|Date of Registration||2019-03-14|
|Owner Country||United States|
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
This domain name was created on the 14th of March in 2019. That should immediately trigger every alarm bell in your head. This website is basically brand new. That makes it a blank canvas that hasn’t yet left any notable footprint on the internet. As such, there is no way for you to determine how legit they are. Of course, given time, they might spread their wings and prove all the naysayers wrong. But until that happens, you have every reason to turn your nose up at them.
The only other portals on the server that hosts this pharmacy are:
Both of them have higher trust ratings (90% and 78%) than this medical firm which was assigned 72 percent by ScamAdviser. It isn’t necessarily bad but the figure gives you plenty of reasons to apply caution because ScamAdviser this site has an unknown reputation.
This website has its roots in the United States. But for the moment, that is all anyone knows. The owner has chosen to hide their identity which is a problem because the pharmacy claims that it started doing business twelve years ago. There are plenty of internet drugstores that spent many years as brick-and-mortar stores before finally opening an online wing. However, those businesses normally have a parent company who’s licensing and accreditation they can point to in order to prove that they have truly been in operation for many years.
This website has a domain that was created mere months ago and they haven’t even bothered to present any evidence proving that they had an operational business before they joined the internet. For that reason, you have to assume that they are lying about their age. Their website is very basic. It doesn’t have the aesthetic of a professional medical entity.
The firm accepts orders through its online platform and mobile app. Orders are only processed once your credit card has been successfully charged. Only then will you receive an email informing you that your package has been shipped. It is unclear as to whether they have an actual pharmacist working behind the scenes to makes sure that the right medicine goes to the right person.
This website has been classified as “rogue” by LegitScript. They haven’t presented any evidence to suggest that they might have some additional accreditation beyond what LegitScript offers.
The website claims to have over a thousand products in its stock. They specialize in generic merchandise and, in particular, sexual enhancement drugs. They get everything they sell from India. Their products supposedly comply with the Drugs and Cosmetics Act of India (1940). They assure their clients that their generic medicine is just as effective as brand name pills. The difference in name and shape doesn’t mean anything.
Pricing, Payments, and Deliveries
Naturally, because these drugs are generic, they are quite cheap. You can also benefit from a number of promotional bonuses. For instance, second orders attract a 5 percent discount. Third orders get a 7 percent discount. Any client who submits the email addresses of five other people will get a 10 percent discounts. Those friends can expect to enjoy a 5 percent discount if they ever make an order.
You also stand to earn additional bonuses from taking surveys and ordering certain pills in high quantities. Payments are made using credit cards and AmericanExpress. The internet pharmacy delivers to 128 countries using:
❋ Standard International Airmail which costs $10 and takes a maximum of 21 days
❋ Express International Mail which costs $30 and takes a maximum of 9 days
All orders are processed and shipped within 2 days in discreet packages.
There are no reviews for this online medical platform to be found anywhere on the internet except their own testimonials which are totally fake and were taken from another fraudulent pharmacy.
Even if you could ignore their lack of reviews and proper accreditation, not to mention their blatant lie about their age, this pharmaceutical company is too new.