PillInternet.com is an online pharmacy that sells men’s generic health pills and claims to be in the business for over 15 years and has always endeavored to meet the highest possible standards in terms of quality. We reviewed the pharmacy recently to check the authenticity of their claims and whether they are indeed in operation for over 15 years. Read below to know more about our findings and whether you should buy any pills from them or not.
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The Whois data of this pharmacy says the domain was registered on 25th July 2019 and currently has an expiry date of 25th July 2020. This is interesting as the domain has a lifespan of only one year despite the business claiming to be in the business for over 15 years. This is a common practice among rogue business owners and this pharmacy could be one among them. Making things worse, the registrar website is a Russian one and the domain runs on a shared server along with 107 other websites.
The ScamAdviser data of this business says the owner is using a privacy service to hide their identity and their location. This is also a common practice among rogue pharmacy owners as they don’t want to disclose their whereabouts and avoid any possibilities of legal scrutiny. Moreover, the data also says there are three countries involved in its set up – the Russian Federation, Germany, and one random country that keeps getting changed after a certain period. All their contact details are not in operation as we did not receive any answers to our queries from them.
Till now the pharmacy has all the indications of a rogue business, but we needed to check their legal status to be completely sure about it. We headed to the websites of various concerned authorities’ websites such as PharmacyChecker, CIPA, MPA, etc and check their databases to find out the company. Unsurprisingly, we did not find any traces of this pharmacy in any of the databases. Furthermore, LegitScript reviewed the pharmacy and gave it a rogue rating meaning its products are not safe for human consumption.
The pharmacy primarily sells generic health drugs just like its rogue counterparts, but it also sells other health medicines only to avoid legal authorities and look legit. Some of their products include:
❋ Asthma, Antibiotics, Anti-Depressants
❋ Blood Pressure, Herbal, Skin Care
❋ Pain relief, Hair Loss, Weight Loss
The pricing of their generic drugs is way below their traditional market price and is bound to raise some eyebrows. There is no way these are the original products and approved by the legal authorities. These are most likely the counterfeited items of the original items sourced from developing countries such as India where these pills are readily available at a low price. There is also no tax to pay as these brought into the country via cross-border smuggling.
They have not specifically mentioned the supported payment options on their website, but they will most likely support the following payment options:
❋ Visa, Mastercard
❋ AMEX and E-Checks
Your card will be charged as soon as your order is processed and you will be duly notified via email. However, their payment getaway doesn’t have an SSL seal meaning they might try to steal or duplicate your sensitive information during checkout.
Again, they did not specifically mention the supported delivery methods on their platform, but they did mention that they support international delivery and it will take around 2 to 3 weeks to ship the product costing $29.95. However, it can get delayed at the Customs, so you need to be patient. They also offer 30% extra pills with every order you make on their platform.
Customer testimonials are one of the best ways to judge any business, but the pharmacy does not have its customer testimonial page making things hard to judge the quality of their services. Making things even worse, the review platforms such as Trustpilot don’t have any PillInternet.com reviews of the business either.
The pharmacy is a clear scam, there is no doubt about it. The owner’s lack of transparency, no reviews, legal certificates, and lack of essential information is a clear sign of a rogue business. They are just here to dupe innocent people and once they achieve their goal, they will simply run away. There is no need to engage with this pharmacy.