PillenErectie.com is an online health portal and information website based in the Netherlands that makes consultation request with a qualified doctor very convenient. The platform does not sell medicines by itself, but assess the ideal treatment for your medical condition. Medicines are dispatched by licensed independent pharmacists carefully chosen for you. The platform claims it offers a safe shopping environment as well as 24/7 customer assistance to all their customers. To know more about the pharmacy, read our article below, and decide whether to avail of their services or not.
|Date of Registration||2018-03-28|
|Name of Organisation||Pills Erection|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The pharmacy started its operation on 28th March 2018 and will continue to operate till 28th March 2022, according to WhoIs. This means the pharmacy had a four-year lifespan, out of which almost 33 months have been completed. Hence, we can’t call it a scam right away and we need more information about the pharmacy. The pharmacy’s website is using a unique layout and also loads extremely fast compared to most websites.
Although ScamAdviser gave them a trust score of 70, they found the website risky to navigate and also found some critical flaws in the website. Most of the crucial WhoIs data including the owner’s identity, business’ physical address, organization name, etc are kept private. The business likely originated in the Netherlands, but given most of the public data is redirected, it may likely be operating from somewhere else. Expectedly, both the international and the Dutch phone numbers are fake and we were unable to establish any contact with them via these phone numbers.
The business is not registered with both the CIPA and the NABP. Since it claims to be a European pharmacy, they are not registered with European authorities either. This shows the business owners did not feel the need to obtain legal certificates to make their business authorized. Furthermore, the pharmacy’s LegitScript status is rogue, which means it failed to meet their minimum criteria for approval, and ordering from them won’t be safe.
The pharmacy only deals with generic men’s performance enhancement supplements and does not offer its services in other healthcare areas. They do not deal in branded drugs as well as other general health products. All medicines are dispatched through one of their contracted pharmacies. Once you place an order on their website and submit a copy of your prescription, one of their doctors will review your application and will approve the order, and forward it to one of their licensed pharmacists to complete the order.
The pricing of their services is not that bad and looks quite reasonable. The pricing is shown per pill which is good and gives you a better idea of how much it will cost you. There are also free bonus pills available with every package. However, there is no certificate from the FDA or other similar organization that certifies the quality of their products. Since it does not sell products directly, it becomes even harder to know the quality of their drugs.
Credit cards from top vendors such as Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, Discover, JCB, and E-Checks are the pharmacy’s preferred payment options. Your card will be charged once one of their contracted pharmacies readies your order for dispatch. However, we did not find any SSL certificate from GeoTrust, McAfee, etc on the website as well as the payment getaway. This means your personal information won’t be safe during checkout as they might try to steal or duplicate them.
They offer their service to almost all countries in Europe barring the Portuguese and the Canary Islands. All orders will be sent from their contracted pharmacies in Europe. The courier will ask for your signature to confirm the order, which is optional. The packing will be discreet to ensure privacy and confidentiality. Orders are shipped every day from Monday to Friday once approved and there is no delivery charge.
The business does not have a testimonial page on its website and it is also very hard to find genuine reviews from their past customers on the internet. Hence, we were unable to judge the website from the customers’ point of view. Trustpilot also does not have any reviews posted on its platform.
PillenErectie.com looks like another scam that originated in the Netherlands. It deals in men’s performance enhancement supplements and kept most of its crucial WhoIs details hidden. This is a sign of a rogue pharmacy operating anonymously without having a proper license to offer their services.