AllGenericMedicine.com allegedly went live in 2009 and sells a wide range of generic drugs online. They sell both prescription and non-prescription drugs from some of the top medicine manufacturers at a heavily discounted price. They are based in India and all their drugs are produced in some of the best Indian pharma facilities. The website looks good from the outside, but is everything fine from the inside? Read our review below to find more about the pharmacy.
|Name of Organisation||All Generic Medicine|
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The domain history of the pharmacy says it went live on 20th December 2013 and will remain active till 20th December 2024. This shows the pharmacy is active for almost seven years now and still has plenty of time left in its license. This is a good sign for the pharmacy as it shows the business is established and has a good reputation among its customers. The website layout is unique and we have not found any websites using the same template, but its loading speed is quite slow and takes a good time to load completely.
Even though ScamAdviser did not discover too many flaws in the pharmacy’s operation, they still gave the pharmacy only 1 trust score and raised significant concerns. The owner kept himself anonymous and most of the crucial details such as organization details, business address, etc are redirected via a paid privacy service. The business is operating from India is a major worrying sign, as India is a high-risk country for such businesses and does not have the proper infrastructure to produce high-quality drugs of international standard. We tried to reach out to them via their contact number, email address, and the live chat option, but our efforts went in vain and we received no responses from them till now.
The pharmacy is not in the database of CIPA and also got red-flagged in the United States by the NABP. They are using Shopper Approved sign on the website, but you will find out the truth when you click that sign. We also noticed they are using link shortening websites and that’s not a good practice by the pharmacy. Furthermore, the pharmacy’s LegitScript status is rogue, which means the products are not of international standards and might be harmful to human health.
The pharmacy has a wide range of generic medicines in its stock and covers quite a few diseases and conditions. Their inventory looks strong too with more than one drug in each category. The pharmacy’s popular drug categories are:
✔ Acidity, Acne, Alzheimer’s Disease
✔ Bladder Prostate, Bone Health
✔ Diabetes, Eye Care, Gastro Health
✔ Migraine, Immune System Booster
✔ Pain Relief, Quit Smoking, Weight Loss
The pharmacy requires a prescription for prescription medicines while over-the-counter drugs are available without an authentic prescription.
Even though the pharmacy tries hard to look genuine one major giveaway is the pricing of their best-selling drugs. The drugs of this pharmacy are heavily discounted and most likely of low-quality as genuine drugs usually cost more and not available at such rock-bottom prices. There is no quality control certificate from the Indian FDA or any other authorities suggesting these drugs are untested and unverified and not safe for human consumption.
The payment can be made via all major credit cards including Visa, AMEX, Mastercard, Discover, Diners Club, JCB, and E-Checks. However, they are not using SSL certificates from reputed vendors but from an Indian provider and we are not sure about the strength of the certificate and your personal information may be in danger during checkout.
The pharmacy has two shipping options – Airmail and Express Mail. Airmail’s waiting period is 15 to 20 working days while Express Mail will deliver the order within 10 to 12 working days. The orders will be ready for dispatch within 24 to 48 hours once your order is approved. The final cost of shipping will depend largely on the shipping destination, type and quality of the medicines, and the shipping option you choose for your delivery.
The pharmacy is using TrustPilot’s external review platform and it has garnered quite a few reviews from its customers. They are mixed, but one thing is clear after reading these reviews – the pharmacy does deliver most of its orders. However, their quality is compromised and will likely be harmful to your health if you consume their products.
This Indian pharmacy tried really hard to look genuine, but we found several giveaways during our inspection that says the pharmacy is not reliable and their products are of low-quality. The pharmacy does deliver most of their orders, but the quality is heavily compromised in most of those orders. Therefore, it is not safe to order drugs from this pharmacy and you should look for more credible and established options. We give AllGenericMedicine.com 2 out of 5 stars based on our findings.