Pharmacitec.com is a drugstore that hasn’t been blacklisted by any major websites. However, the fact that they claim to have over one million customers immediately raises questions about their legitimacy. Some legit websites exaggerate their level of success. But this site is lying, which is why some people are tempted to dismiss it as a scam.
|Date of Registration||2021-03-10|
|Owner Country||Great Britain|
|Name of Organisation||Happy Family Store|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
Their domain is interesting. On the one hand, their IP location places them in Quebec, Montreal, which would normally encourage people to assume that the store is Canadian. On the other hand, it was created on the 10th of March 2021. At the moment, that was just a few months ago. Even if the store was truly Canadian, which it isn’t, it is rarely a good idea to trust an internet pharmacy that is just a few months old.
ScamAdviser has made it even more difficult to trust the portal. This is because it has chosen to keep the store’s rating at 15 percent. You don’t need to know anything about ScamAdviser to realize that the figure is far too low.
The rating is based on the site’s Alexa rank, domain age, and the many suspicious websites hosted by their server. People pay a lot of attention to the websites with which a medical shop associates. They do not realize that the platforms on the server that hosts the shop in question are just as important.
This is another website using the ‘Happy Family Store‘ brand. It even features the same color scheme. Happy Family Store is a network, or so some people have concluded.
The fact that so many pharmacies have used the name lends credibility to this conclusion. The brand is associated with companies that have attractive websites. However, they do not have the best reputations.
Many of them are young. More importantly, they make ridiculous boasts and claims that they cannot support with significant evidence. This one is the same. As was mentioned before, it claims to have over a million customers.
You can tell that it lied because it was created mere months ago. The shop couldn’t have attracted that many customers in such a short time. If the domain age isn’t enough to convince you that they are lying, consider their Alexa rank. It is quite poor, revealing that their traffic levels are very low.
A site with a million customers would have a much stronger Alexa rank. But this shouldn’t come as a surprise. All the Happy Family Stores make similar promises. They also use the same content. If you have visited the other platforms that use this name, you will notice that all their content matches the information on this website.
That doesn’t sound like such a terrible thing. But it is important because it tells you that none of the promises on this portal are genuine. The owner of this site did not make them. They copied them from other online resources, which means that they are not real.
This section can save shady stores. If they can show that they have regulatory authority, people are more likely to trust them. But this store doesn’t appear in LegitScript’s database because no one has certified its operations.
They offer various OTC and prescription pills for conditions such as:
❋ Fungal infections
❋ Sleeping problems
❋ Heart diseases
Because they don’t ask for prescriptions, they encourage people to self-medicate, which is an attribute they share with other medical scams.
Payments and Deliveries
They have a sale that can get you a discount of 70 percent. That sale is supposedly restricted to this month but they started advertising it when they came into existence. The promotion has persisted even though the months have come and gone, proving that it is fake.
They added it because they don’t want their low prices to make people suspicious. If you are determined to take advantage of the sale despite the negative implications, they accept crypto transfers, electronic checks, and credit cards. Like other Happy Family Store platforms, they use Airmail and EMS for deliveries.
As was noted before, they copied the contents of their website from the other portals that share their name. That is true for their testimonials, which is why you should ignore them. Moreover, they have no external reviews.
People tend to dismiss Happy Family Stores as scams. This one will suffer the same fate.