Stop-ED-Meds.com is an online pharmaceutical company that most likely originates from the United States. The website has a fresh, professional look but its contents are eerily reminiscent of other internet pharmacies that are not so trustworthy. Their primary business is sexual enhancers aimed towards men.
|Date of Registration||2016-05-12|
|Owner Country||US, Canada|
|Name of Organisation||Approved Pharmacy Online|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
This firm’s problems begin with its domain. It was created on the 12th of May in 2016. That makes the site 3-years-old. It also means that you have very few reasons to trust them. 3 years sounds like a lot of time. But in internet pharmacy years, it is actually too short. So many of the scams you encounter these days hide within internet pharmacies and you normally identify them using their lifespans. Scams just can’t thrive on the internet. Someone eventually catches wind of their fraudulent activities, but not before they have victimized a significant portion of their gullible customers. This is why you have to be careful. Any website that doesn’t have five years or more under its belt doesn’t deserve your attention.
ScamAdviser gave this portal a trust rating of 100 percent which is odd because it suggests that the platform is completely safe. The websites which sit on the same server as this pharmacy also possess healthy trust ratings from ScamAdviser. The company a drugstore keeps on the internet can tell you everything you need to know about its authenticity. Based on its trust rating and the trust ratings of the other sites on its server, you have to conclude that this pharmacy poses less of a risk than its short lifespan suggests.
Any goodwill this venture might have earned as a result of its ScamAdviser trust rating, it immediately loses once you start looking into the minutiae of its operations. The website has a very problematic business address (Sokolovsja 131/86, Czechia). You could argue that most drugstores on the internet do not even have business addresses and that this one should be commended for being so transparent in this arena. That argument holds water until you realize that this same business address has been presented by dozens of other internet pharmacies, many of them fraudulent. So you have to conclude that this medical firm is part of a network of illegitimate pharmaceutical businesses owned by the same person. You also have to presume that they operate out of the same office space if they have an office space.
Otherwise, why else would all these dozens of websites feature the same business address? Speaking of the owner, they have chosen to keep their identity hidden, which is never a good sign. Their platform doesn’t look so terrible. Whoever designed it made an effort to give it an appealing facade that will trick most people into believing that they are dealing with a professional outfit. But once you actually subject the platform to close scrutiny, you will quickly notice that most of its content has been copied from all those other sites that share its business address. Though, in this case, the owner made an effort to eliminate all the spelling and grammatical errors.
This is a rogue internet pharmacy. LegitScript has classified them as such because they have no ostensible accreditation empowering them to sell medicine.
This firm is only concerned with the sale of male sexual enhancement products. They sell the generic and branded versions of the most prominent male enhancers on the market. They do not require a prescription but you must undergo an online consultation with one of the site’s physicians. Once your application is approved, they will write you a prescription.
Payments and Deliveries
The male enhancers you will find on this platform are cheap. This is because the people behind the portal do not spend any money on marketing and neither do they pay taxes on the merchandise they import. So they save quite a bit of money and they are in a position to pass those savings on to the consumer. If you want to make payments, the medical firm only accepts:
❋ Credit Cards
❋ American Express
Once your order has been processed, the website will deliver your drugs to you in discreet packages using either Airmail or Courier Delivery. It depends on your destination and preference.
Ignore the testimonials you find on this site’s ‘Testimonials’ page. Customers like ‘Wei Zhang’ and ‘Paul Geasley’ are not real. You will find their exact same reviews on the pages of other pharmacies.
While their age isn’t so bad and their ScamAdviser rating is impressive, they lose all the points they earned by displaying fake reviews, hiding their owner and failing to acquire proper accreditation.