ProPharmacyStores.com is one of the most unconvincing websites on the internet. Tens of thousands of unreliable online platforms go to great lengths to convince people that they can be trusted. Some of them have successfully scammed people in the process. But this one does such a poor job of making its case that it is unlikely to tempt any unsuspecting victims into falling for its lies.
|Date of Registration||2020-02-17|
|Name of Organisation||Pro Pharmacy Store|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The domain says it all. It was created on the 16th of February 2020. It is also set to expire in 2022. Not only is the domain’s age disturbingly low but the owner doesn’t have confidence in the site’s future, which is why the expiration date is just around the corner.
Speaking of the owner, they are using a privacy service to keep their details hidden. They don’t want anyone to know the identity of the person that registered on this platform. They have also gone out of their way to keep people from figuring out their location. These are highly suspicious signs.
Considering everything the website gets wrong, it is surprising to learn that ScamAdviser has given them a generous rating of 75 percent. More than likely, the resource was impressed by their SSL Certificate.
The SSL Certificate means a lot because it shows that the website has some security. The fact that ScamAdviser chose to ignore the anonymity of the portal’s owner and the absence of reviews should give you pause. Don’t assume that the online drugstore is legit simply because ScamAdviser was lenient with them.
As was noted before, the owner’s identity is still unknown. Many internet entrepreneurs pursue anonymity because it allows them to avoid spammers. However, because so many scams have anonymous owners, anonymity is only acceptable among pharmacies whose legitimacy is beyond question.
This portal hasn’t attained that status. Their legitimacy is still in question. Their website features all the common promises, including 24/7 support, free shipping, secure deliveries, and high-quality products. They also guarantee secure payments. However, if you take a closer look at the platform, you will notice that it is still incomplete even though it has been around for so many months.
While some scams make the mistake of copying their content from other medical shops, this one doesn’t have content, to begin with. It cannot tell you who started the company or where it comes from. It won’t reveal the suppliers it uses to acquire merchandise. It hasn’t even bothered to tell its visitors the number of pharmacists it employs. Trustworthy platforms have pages that are dedicated to the profiles of their medical staff.
Not only do they tell you the names but they also provide information that can be used to verify their qualifications. This one doesn’t have any of those details. If you like the fact that they have published a business address, unlike so many of their peers, don’t get too excited. That business address is fake. Don’t pay any attention to the map they have provided.
They are not based in New York. The street they included in the address doesn’t match the zip code. It is easy to fall for this trick. So many companies in this arena choose to omit their business address. As such, when a store like this one reveals its business address, people cannot help but believe them. If you search for business addresses like the one found on this platform, you will quickly realize that they are not real. This makes the owner of the site a liar.
Naturally, they want you to think that they are a genuine shop on the internet that the VIPPS program in the United States has recognized. But LegitScript has already refuted those suggestions by giving them a rogue classification. That is enough to tell you that they don’t have regulatory authority.
They sell merchandise that caters to issues such as:
❋ Viral Infections
❋ Bacterial Infections
Payments and Deliveries
The prices are not that impressive. They won’t necessarily tempt you away from the portal’s competitors. The accepted payment methods include PayPal, AmEx, Discover and Credit Cards like Visa and Maestro. No one knows how shipping is done.
Even though they want people to perceive them as one of the biggest pharmaceutical sites in the US, they don’t have customer reviews.
No one can prove, without a shadow of a doubt, that they are a scam. But they still lied about their location. They have also done everything in their power to hide their owner.
This is why they earn a trust rating of 30%.