PainOnlinePharma.com is an online drugstore that sells pain relaxing pills at reduced prices to its customers. They claim to be in the business for more than a decade and works with some of the world’s top drug suppliers to bring high-quality generic medications to their customers. They offer a hassle-free shopping experience and if you have any questions, you can always call their customer support for answers. Below is our review of the drugstore that will give all the information you needed to know before buying their products.
|Date of Registration||2020-09-01|
|Name of Organisation||Pain Online Pharma|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
The drugstore was launched on 1st September 2020 according to its WhoIs details and the license will expire on 1st September 2021. This means the drugstore is very close to its expiry date unless the owner decided to renew the license. Also, the one-year lifespan is usually associated with rogue pharmacies, so this may well be just another scam. However, we need more evidence to make any definitive verdict.
Scam Adviser deemed the website as suspicious and gave them a mediocre trust score of 51 thanks to some serious security glitches in the pharmacy.
All the Whois data of the pharmacy is kept hidden by the owner to operate anonymously and they are also using a PO box address instead of their actual business location, which is another sign of a possible rogue business.
The data also shows they could be based in New South Wales, Australia, and the contact details are given by them seems to be non-existent as they remained unresponsive to our queries.
The business is not a part of the CIPA nor the NABP in the United States. This means they don’t have any regulatory permission to sell medical drugs and equipment to users and buying any of these products may turn out to be risky as these are drugs are unapproved for human use. The drugstore is also listed in the rogue category of the Legit Script database suggesting they failed to meet their minimum requirements for approval.
❋ Ambien, Butalbital, Concerta
❋ Dilaudid, Methadone, Xanax
❋ Opana, Oxycodone, Tramadol
The pharmacy requires a valid prescription before it can sell its products. You will need to send a copy of your authentic prescription to complete your order.
The pricing of their popular pain killers looks very cheap, but they do not appear as such because these drugs are sold in batches and not individually. This way they can increase the price and appear as a credible business to their prospective customers. They are also offering some good deals and offers to their new and existing customers.
The pharmacy accepts all the major credit cards from AMEX, Discover, Mastercard, Visa, etc. at their billing page. They also have seals of Western Union and PayPal on their website, but there is no mention of whether they actually have those options on their billing page or not. There is also an SSL certificate on their website and the billing page. This hints your personal information won’t be safe at their platform during checkout.
Although they are allegedly an Australia-based business, they only ship within the USA. There is no mention of whether they ship internationally or not anywhere on their website. They take orders on weekdays barring holidays and weekends are off. So, if you place your order on weekends, it will be processed on the next working day. They use FedEx and USPS as shipping providers and the delivery time and the charges will vary depending on your location, drugs ordered, options chose, etc.
There are some customer testimonials available on their testimonials page, which is located at the bottom half of their website. However, these PainOnlinePharma.com reviews do not look reliable and authentic as there is no meaningful information shared about the pharmacy and its products. Trust Pilot does not contain any reviews on its external platform despite the pharmacy’s existence for almost a year now.
Throughout our investigation, we did not find any evidence that says it’s a reliable pharmacy and you can use their products. All we found was negative stuff about the pharmacy such as hideous owner, no regulatory approval, no SSL encryption, fake reviews, etc. These are all signs of a scam pharmacy that will dupe you at their convenience if you decide to buy any of their products.