1-Rx-Shop.com is an internet pharmacy whose origins are quite difficult to decipher. It doesn’t provide enough information for any curious patients to definitively determine where it comes from. Naturally, this is a problem. How can you trust a medical store unless you know its country of origin? Countries are not all the same. Some are more trustworthy than others. Drugstores that originate from high-risk countries are often dismissed as potential scams. This store’s decision to obscure its origins is a sign that it probably comes from a high-risk country. Unfortunately, that is just one of many weaknesses associated with the company.
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders over $200 - Airmail
for orders over $300 - EMS
Because their domain was created on the 6th of November 2020, you have every reason to dismiss the store’s owner as a liar. This is because he claims on one of the webpages that his website was registered over seven years ago. But the domain age says otherwise. When you catch a pharmacy in a lie, even a small one, it is difficult to trust any other claims they have made. Though, in this case, their lie was quite big. People use the age of a drugstore to determine whether or not they can trust it. In other words, any company that lies about its age is committing fraud because it is going out of its way to attract customers by making false claims.
ScamAdviser used an algorithm that scanned the store’s various attributes before eventually giving them a poor rating of 1 percent. Such a rating speaks volumes about ScamAdviser’s perception of the website. As far as it is concerned, they are a potential scam that poses a serious threat to gullible consumers. This is why the resource encourages patients to double-check the site’s legitimacy before they buy the medicine it has on offer. The platform doesn’t have any related websites.
The first thing you have to note about this business is its address. First of all, it suggests that they come from the Czech Republic. This contradicts some of the information associated with their online activities, information which places them in the US. Secondly, their business address is connected to the Europharm Group, a business entity with ties to a litany of fraudulent online pharmacies. Additionally, the address isn’t real. Or at the very least, its authenticity can’t be verified. Their platform has some security. ScamAdviser found an SSL Certificate. That is a good thing. However, it only means that hackers are unlikely to access your personal and medical information without authorization. It doesn’t prevent the company from selling customer data to the highest bidder. Of course, they have gone out of their way to argue otherwise. They want visitors to believe that every scrap of information is kept private. But they don’t have a strong enough reputation for you to take their word on anything. It might concern some of you to learn that their owner is anonymous. They have chosen to hide his identity, which is another sign of fraudulent behavior.
People are often hesitant to visit platforms that LegitScript has classified as a rogue. However, this one doesn’t have any classification from LegitScript or any other regulatory body. None of the major organizations that certify online pharmacies have ever heard of them.
They haven’t done anything to set themselves apart from their competitors. Their catalog has the same offerings as most other pharmacies, including pills that treat:
✔ Women’s Health
The platform claims to employ physicians that will write prescriptions for their patients before the pharmacy fills them. However, as far as anyone can tell, they cannot prove that their employees are qualified medical professionals.
Payments and Deliveries
Besides credit cards, the only other method of payment they accept is electronic checks. With deliveries, you have to make do with EMS and Airmail. Their price tags are so low that some people have started to question the quality of their merchandise.
This is the nail in the pharmacy’s coffin. It made a mistake when it chose to steal reviews from other websites. You can see them on their testimonials page. Not only were the reviews stolen but the store got them from portals that had faked their reviews.
There is no reason to give an internet pharmacy like this a rating higher than 1 star, not when it has falsified its age and customer reviews.