You would be hard-pressed to find a more suspicious website than Top-Rx-Market.com. It sells medical products, which is nothing special these days. Online pharmacies are a dime a dozen. However, this one goes to great lengths to exaggerate the quality of its products and services. In some places, it goes so far as to lie, a sign that it is up to no good. Before you choose to transact with them, you should know that most consumers have chosen to avoid them.
|Date of Registration||2020-02-11|
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders above $300 (Courier)
for orders over $200 (Airmail)
The site’s domain came into existence just a few months ago, specifically on the 11th of February 2020. It will expire in a few months. Keep that in mind. Even if the internet pharmacy was legit, the owners do not expect to stay in business for long. They could extend their registration. But until that happens, you should know that scams are not afraid to defraud unsuspecting visitors because they also don’t expect to remain in operation for long.
They were assigned a trust rating of 55 percent by ScamAdviser. That figure is mediocre and it can be imputed to the anonymity of the owner, the young domain age, and the low Alexa ranking. They don’t have much to show where their online activity is concerned.
The business originates from either the US or the Czech Republic. They share a business address with several shady medical platforms. This begins to make sense once you realize that the design of their website was also stolen from those same medical platforms. This will encourage some to conclude that the store is a mirror site. The owner doesn’t make much of an effort to elevate the website’s standing on the internet. His decision to publish a business address that so many people associate with fraudulent online pharmacies proves as much.
This only makes the domain age more concerning. Young websites are normally used to hide scams. This is why most patients flock to experienced drugstores that have been on the internet for decades. They know that such companies are too well established to risk their reputation by cheating their customers. Young sites, on the other hand, attract suspicion because they don’t have anything to lose.
Some young platforms have escaped this scrutiny. But they are rare and they are normally backed by powerful corporations that are known for their legitimacy and reliability. Not only is this drugstore young but it doesn’t have any attributes that it can use to defend against the suspicion its age attracts. This might explain their decision to lie by claiming that they have been in operation for seven years. While the lie is clearly designed to misdirect consumers who rarely investigate the domain age, it has only succeeded in proving to the public that it isn’t legit.
LegitScript tends to warn people away from scams by classifying them as ‘rogue’. However, it hasn’t classified this one yet because it isn’t aware of the company’s existence.
The internet pharmacy isn’t doing so poorly in this department, at least not on the surface. That is to say, it has a decent catalog that has:
If you take the platform at its word, you will assume that it has a variety of products. But if you study its portal, you will inevitably conclude that it primarily offers sexual enhancers.
Payments and Deliveries
They supposedly sell both generic and brand name merchandise. But this is probably another lie. Their price tags are too low for anyone to believe that they have brand name medicine in their inventory. But if you are determined to buy pills from them, they expect you to use electronic checks, though they also accept AMEX and Visa. Like most pharmacies, this one uses EMS and Courier Delivery.
It would be a mistake to take any of the reviews on the platform seriously. The customer names and testimonials have appeared on hundreds of online drugstores. They are not real.
This website will either scam you or fail to deliver on its many promises. It is either unreliable or a scam.