Secure-Rx-Market.net is an online drugstore that sells men’s generic health drugs along with a few other medicines and health products. They claim all their products are genuine and approved by the FDA. However, their website shares its design and layout with several rogue pharmacies and immediately raises some eyebrows. We reviewed the pharmacy recently to check how legit their claims were. Read below to know more about our findings.
|Date of Registration||2018-12-29|
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders above $300 (Courier)
for orders over $200 (Airmail)
The domain’s WhoIs data says the domain was first created on 29th December 2018 and currently has an expiry date of 29th December 2019. So, unless the owner renews the domain, it has only two months left on its expiry date. Shorter lifespans are common features of rogue pharmacies, so it looks like it could be one of them too. The registrant of this domain is GKG.NET, INC a bogus company that does not exist in reality and also a common sighting in several rogue pharmacies. The domain also shares its server with 68 other websites.
The ScamAdviser data says, the owner did not disclose any information regarding their business and using a proxy to hide their identity and location. There are also three countries involved in its set up – the United States, Canada, and Russia, a high-risk country for this type of business. All their contact details are fake and not working. Their social media pages are also remained unresponsive to our queries and did not provide any answers.
Businesses like this require regulatory approvals from concerned authorities such as PharmacyChecker, MPA, CIPA, etc to operate legally. Unfortunately, we did not find any details of this pharmacy in any of these authority databases. Furthermore, LegitScript reviewed the pharmacy and classified it as a rogue business meaning they sell low-quality products that will likely cause side effects to your body.
Since the pharmacy looks like another rogue pharmacy, it should not come as a surprise that they also sell men’s generic health products along with a few other medicines and health products. Some of the pharmacy’s products include:
Unsurprisingly, the pricing of their best-selling products is much lower than the traditional markets. They claim all their products are sourced and dispensed from India and are approved by the Indian FDA. However, we highly doubt that as these are the duplicated items of the original products and no legal authority will approve such products.
The pharmacy accepts payments via credit cards issued by Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, etc as well as E-Checks. They also have a Bitcoin logo on their website but they did not mention anywhere that they accept Bitcoin payment. Probably, because it is a high-risk option and used by scamsters, most people will likely stay away if they publicly acknowledge Bitcoin as a payment method. You will be sent to an external payment getaway during checkout and thankfully, the page is SSL secured meaning your information will less likely be stolen or duplicated.
The pharmacy says they ship their products internationally and they use two methods to ship their products. They are:
The final shipping cost will depend on your actual physical location and the weight of the package. You will also get free generic pills with every order you make on their website. You will also get free EMS delivery on every order over $300.
The pharmacy has its own customer testimonial page where you can read about the experiences of their previous customers. However, during our investigation, we found almost all these Secure-Rx-Market.net reviews are fake and created by the owner itself. Some of these reviews are also present in various other rogue pharmacies we investigated before.
After finishing our comprehensive research on this pharmacy, we can safely conclude that this just another scam created to dupe customers. Apart from the SSL seal on the payment getaway, we did not find anything that tells it is a legit business and not a scam. The owner’s lack of transparency regarding their identity and location, no legal approval, fake customer reviews all are clear indicators of a scam business and because of this, we don’t recommend this pharmacy.