Rx365Rx.com comes from Russia. Their name is a little ambiguous. It doesn’t tell you anything about what they do. The website sells medicine over the internet. The decision to use such a vague domain name makes no sense. The business name attached to their website (First Medicine Online Pharmacy Store) is more appropriate. Though, it doesn’t change the fact that they come from Russia. Russia produces so many online scams that it has become difficult, if not impossible to trust any store that comes from within its borders.
|Date of Registration||2020-11-05|
|Name of Organisation||Canadian Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders over $200 - Airmail
for orders over $300 - EMS
As you might have guessed, they are very young, less than three months old, having been created on the 5th of November 2020. They have lost several points because of their domain age. They have no way of defending themselves against the suspicions surrounding their origins because they don’t have a reputation they can lean on with regards to proving their legitimacy.
ScamAdviser took a much kinder approach to the pharmacy than you might have expected. It gave them a rating of 49 percent. That is below average. However, it is still quite high when you consider the drugstore’s numerous failings. That includes their decision to use a free registered and technical contact email address, the low Alexa rank, and the lack of proper search engine optimization.
They are less than three months old, and yet they are quick to describe themselves as a leader in the pharmaceutical arena. This is obviously not true. Their objective is to make high-quality medicine available at discounted prices. Their services are designed to cater to the needs of patients from all corners of the globe. They have efficient security systems in place that maintain the privacy and confidentiality of patients. While that boast sounds impressive, it can’t be proven.
You have no reason to believe that the information you volunteer to the platform is safe. Like most medical stores, this one has a catalog. You have to browse their collection of drugs to find the item you want. Select it and then proceed to the checkout page. They expect you to provide some basic information before you submit your order. Once they process your payment, they will send you an email confirming that they have received your request for drugs.
Customers cannot return their medicine because it is against the law. However, the company has promised to resend packages if the ones their customers received are damaged or defective. They also offer refunds where necessary. They have admitted that they collect information from visitors such as their IP address. They want their clients to know that this information is safe. They do not sell or share it with other entities. Though, like everything else they have said, you have no reason to believe them. This is the problem with young websites. Everything they say is just a claim. Because they haven’t been in business for long, they cannot prove their claims.
They don’t have any licenses giving them permission to sell medicine either in the real world or over the internet. This should put you on high alert. Without proper regulatory authority, you cannot hold the store accountable for its fraudulent actions.
They have most of the same products you find everywhere else, including medications for:
❋ Pain Relief
❋ Bacterial Infections
❋ Fungal Infections
If you don’t have a valid prescription, don’t worry about it. The platform doesn’t ask for prescriptions.
Payments and Deliveries
Their drugs are up to 70 percent cheaper than those found in traditional pharmacies. Again, this is merely a claim. The store cannot prove that its products are as cheap as they say because they don’t have customers. If you are tempted to buy from them because of their low prices, they accept credit cards like Visa and MasterCard. Once you make your payment, they will use either EMS or Airmail to ship your drugs to the destination you have specified.
Just like the regulatory authority, the reviews and testimonials are non-existent. As was noted above, they don’t have customers. So the absence of customer reviews makes sense.
They have done a poor job of pretending to be legit, which is why they get a trust level of 15%.