PriMedz.com is an Indian pharmacy that was allegedly founded in 2016. They sell high-quality generic medications at affordable rates and also ensures 100% privacy of all their customers. All their products are produced with the best quality raw materials and have the approval of the Indian FDA for human use. They also offer rapid delivery of all their orders with discreet packaging. We reviewed this pharmacy to discover more information about them and their products. Read below to know more about our findings.
|Date of Registration||2019-06-03|
|Owner Country||Turks and Caicos Islands|
|Name of Organisation||PrimedZ|
|Address||5023 Briox Villa, DLF Raod, Thane, India|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
|Free Shipping||for orders above $199|
From the domain records of the pharmacy, we learned that the pharmacy was launched on 3rd June 2019 and has an expiry date set on 3rd June 2024. This means the pharmacy was not launched in 2016 as they claimed on their website. This makes the pharmacy and its products highly unreliable and unsafe for human use.
The pharmacy scored a full trust rating of 100 on ScamAdviser as they did not find too many security risks within the pharmacy. The owner’s details are hidden via a privacy service and so are their location and organization details. This helps the owners to operate anonymously and avoid any legal scrutiny of the business.
Although it claims to be an Indian pharmacy, the data reveals it could be operating from the Turks and Caicos Islands instead of India. Expectedly, we did not get any response from any of their communication channels to answer our queries.
The pharmacy does not have any regulatory approval from the CIPA, Pharmacy Checker, or the NABP in the US. They are not registered in any other parts of the world. This means they are an unregulated business and the drugs they are selling are cleared by any authority for human use. Furthermore, LegitScript declares the pharmacy as a rogue business thanks to several discrepancies within the pharmacy.
The pharmacy does require a valid prescription before they sell their medications which is a good sign for the pharmacy.
Interestingly, the pricing of their products does match with other rogue pharmacies. Instead, they look quite similar to the pricing available on most genuine drugstores. This makes the pharmacy quite curious as till now most of the evidence was indicating this could just another potential scam business.
Even though they claimed on their website all their drugs are FDA-approved, they did not provide any evidence on their website to support their claim.
The pharmacy accepts payments made via AMEX, Mastercard, Visa, and Discover credit cards. There is no sign of any other payment method on their website. The entire process is fast and convenient. They mentioned PayPal as a payment option on the website, but we are not sure they actually accept PayPal as a payment method on the checkout page. However, the payment page of the pharmacy is not protected via an authentic SSL certificate that would ensure customer safety during checkout.
The pharmacy did not offer any explicit information about the shipping options available at the pharmacy, but they did mention that it would take a minimum of 10 to 12 working days to ship the order.
You can also get free shipping on orders over $199 on their website. They also offer refunds and reshipments for eligible orders for unsatisfied customers. Orders are processed within 24 hours of payment clearance.
There are not too many customer testimonials available on its testimonials page. These reviews are not that elaborate and disclosed very little information about the pharmacy and its products. There is also no way to verify these reviews and find out whether they actual testimonials or owner-generated ones.
Interestingly, TrustPilot has over 200 PriMedz.com reviews on its platform most of which are positive and indicates the pharmacy does actually deliver its orders and customers are mostly happy with their purchases.
Apart from TrustPilot’s testimonials and pricing of their drugs, there is nothing that is going for the pharmacy. The pharmacy is mostly filled with lies and misleading information to attract innocent customers to their platform. Therefore, avoid the website as much as possible and look for legit, credible options to protect your health.