WebRx247.com is a brand new website as of this moment. It doesn’t have much of a reputation because it hasn’t been given an opportunity to develop one. For the moment, it appears to sell medical enhancers over the internet, though it also advertises other medical products on some of its pages. You can’t really make any assumptions at this moment with regards to what they do because they appeared so recently. That being said, they definitely bear the signs of a scam You should be careful.
|Date of Registration||2019-12-10|
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|LegitScript||not in the database|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
This website was created on the 10th of December 2019. As of this moment, it is mere days old. People normally shun websites that are less than five-years-old. They are even more suspicious of sites that have only existed for a few months.
You are encouraged to steer clear of internet pharmacies that are just days old. This is as young as they get. You have nothing to judge them by because they haven’t left enough of a paper trail online for you to investigate. Because you have no tangible evidence to analyze, you are better off assuming that they are a scam and then walking away. This will keep your money and financial information safe.
ScamAdviser gave the site a rating of 72 percent. That is far too high for a site that is so young. You can probably impute the rating to the other portals that share the drugstore’s server which include:
Many of these portals have high trust ratings from ScamAdviser. And you can normally determine the legitimacy of a medical store by looking at the websites with which it is associated. The fact that this drugstore is surrounded by websites with such high trust ratings works in its favor because it gives you a reason to assume that the pharmacy is legit.
The ScamAdviser trust rating is encouraging. The owner has been identified as Marina Nosova. There is no way to tell whether she is in charge of the entire pharmacy or just the website. Either way, it is rare for sites of this sort to reveal the identity of their owner. This adds to their credibility. Their online platform seems to originate from the US, another rare element. It is fairly common for young medical stores to involve so many countries in their domain’s set up that it becomes impossible to determine where they come from. At the very least, this one has a defined country of origin. That being said, everything else isn’t promising. First of all, the site’s domain is set to expire a year from now. That shows a lack of commitment, almost like the portal doesn’t expect to stick around for much longer. Secondly, their platform is shockingly generic in its appearance, using stock images and stolen content from various other sites. Nothing about it looks professional. You cannot help but assume that you are dealing with a store that was thrown together haphazardly at the last minute. They have no business address to speak of. So you can’t even confirm that they are a real company.
LegitScript doesn’t know this medical site, probably because it is such a new addition to the landscape.
As was mentioned above, this firm deals with sexual enhancers. They have other drugs displayed on their platform but they are clearly not a priority.
Pricing, Payments, and Deliveries
The price tags you will see on the website are very low, so much so that you have to wonder whether or not the medicine being sold here is genuine. The site says that it only offers FDA-approved pills but that is just lip service at the moment. Payments are made using credit cards and E-Checks, AMEX, JCB, Diners Club, Discover whereas deliveries are performed via trackable courier service and EMS.
You can discount all the reviews displayed on the platform’s testimonials page. They were all written in 2018 and yet this site was created in 2019. So they have to be fake.
This is an internet pharmacy with a 20% trust level that has given you no reason to trust it.