Today’s pharmacy in question is a Norwegian drugstore that offers a wide array of medicine for mental, physical, and even sexual health. They introduce themselves as a leading pharmacy in the making and flaunt many achievements that may deem them as reputable in the field. However, we say, “no more luring out with advertisement bluffs.” This Tablets-Today.org review will tell you why you must say no to fake pharmacies.
|Date of Registration||2020-06-26|
|Name of Organisation||Trusted Tablets|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
The domain was registered last June 26, 2020, and it will expire on the same day in 2025. The status of website is okay, and registered under the name of Afrireguster Domain Privacy. The rest of the details are left hidden to sustain the company’s privacy.
But speaking of domains, the first red mark we noticed on this website is their “about section,” which claims that they have been in operation for 10 years when the website was registered last June 2020. This falsification of information is the first clue that the website is actually a scam. True pharmacies shouldn’t see a reason to manipulate information.
With a glance, we can say that Trusted Tablets is the same as other pharmacies. Their mission has always been to provide affordable, safe pharmaceutical drugs! Their store promises to sell only generic drugs of high quality that are supplied directly within India. Also, they promise that all of the product offered on the store is crafted with the finest raw ingredients and the highest care by world-renowned Indian drug manufacturers.
However, how can you trust their statements when they can’t live on to their promises? Even Scam Adviser sees no reason for customers to continue buying in this pharmacy. In fact, they have given the pharmacy only 1/100 trust score, which is the lowest rate a medical shop can get. Scam Adviser warns the public to be careful in pharmacies like this one.
Now, we can’t just believe in everything that the company says. They can’t prove that they take our safety seriously, even their guarantees to deliver 100% genuine products. Even if they say that privacy is important to them or they will take accountability, we still can’t take their word lightly. This is why we need regulatory approvals to back up their statements rationally.
However, upon checking on different regulatory approvals websites, we have discovered that Trusted Tablets actually doesn’t contain any license, authorization, or permit at all. As you can see on the illustration, LegitScript considered the website as a rogue one that doesn’t meet their standards for verification, likewise with NABP, who blacklisted the website. Isn’t all these enough to prove that they are a scam?
Products and Pricing
Trusted Tablets offers a whole prescription range of pharmacy. They have medicines for:
- alcoholism, analgesics, allergies
- inflammation, depression, convulsion
- parasite, antibiotics, cancer, gout
- cholesterol, diabetes, contraception
- hypertension, eye treatment, migraine
Talk about pricing, the cost of most medicines is fair. Not too high neither too low, just average. But the question is if the medicine is actually actual or not, considering how they are revealed to not have any authorization for distribution. They have been selling medicines to everywhere without knowing if the medicine is genuine.
Payment and Shipping
The online pharmacy accepts transactions through VISA, MasterCard, Bitcoin, etc. In the checkout section, it can also be seen that the website also offers two different shipping method. The first one is Standard Airmail which is free for all orders with sum more than € 152.10. With Standard Airmail, the delivery of products will take 14-21 days to arrive. Meanwhile, Trackable service sending costs € 30.42 and takes 5-9 days to arrive.
To be fair, we did look for different websites that may offer a collection of reviews regarding this pharmacy website, but we weren’t able to find any. This could be because they are registered early, and they don’t have many customers. Regardless of the reason, it’s a good news that not many customers have been scammed by their schemes.
We arrived at the last part of this assessment, and we just want to clarify that all information we gathered are true and not falsified. It is true that this pharmacy doesn’t own any regulatory approvals, nor do they have a decent website. Hence, to avoid that from happening, let this article tell everyone that they only got a 15% trust level because they are scam.
They are simply existing to scam anyone who got lured in their account.