Big-Pharmacy.com is a medical store that sells its products over the internet. They claim to sell a wide range of drugs but their primary focus is men’s sexual health. They entice customers by offering cheap medicine and free samples. But that shouldn’t encourage you to trust them.
|Owner Country||Lithuania, France|
|Name of Organisation||Trust Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The domain was created on the 26th of August 2018. That wasn’t that long ago. For the most part, it is always a bad idea to trust young internet pharmacies. You are basically asking for trouble because they are probably scams. Even if they are legit, they have no way of proving it at that young age which is why you can’t take any chances with them. You are better off ignoring them and looking for an internet pharmacy that has five years or more under its belt.
ScamAdviser.com gave the website a trust rating of 32 percent. That is quite low. It is more or less what you expect from a fraudulent domain. It should give you further encouragement to avoid the site at all costs. It has a number of equally troublesome mirror sites that include:
While their domain names vary, these websites are virtually the exact same entity. This should worry you. The mirror sites make the internet pharmacy look even worse.
Every legitimate pharmacy is a licensed company with a proper business name and skilled employees. You can’t call this website a legitimate pharmacy because it doesn’t have any of those things. The business name doesn’t sound that professional. There is no business address to be found anywhere. Scams are the only ones that go through the trouble of being so mysterious. Their contact information is vague and difficult to verify.
The owner’s identity cannot be determined. If you are thinking about experimenting with the store just to see what happens, you should know that it doesn’t have an SSL certificate. In other words, your communication with the store is not secure.
It has a very low Alexa ranking. It doesn’t get that many visitors if any. As you have noticed, the more time you spend investigating the website, the worse it looks. Their platform isn’t even that attractive, to begin with. It has a basic structure with bland colors and stock images. Because they have so few customers, no one can prove that they even sell anything. The absence of a business address suggests that they do not have an office of any kind.
If that is true, then they are not a real pharmacy. They do not stock real medicine. This should worry you because the company is most likely a referral service, a business that connects customers to medical dispensaries rather than selling its own drugs. This should worry you because the store’s partners are just as mysterious as the website’s owner. As such, if they sell real medicine, it might be counterfeit.
LegitScript.com thinks that the website is operating illegally and violating laws by selling drugs. The platform doesn’t have accreditation or licensing from any other organization that can contradict the claims of LegitScript.com.
The platform sells most of the common drugs you expect to find in a pharmacy. They offer both generic and brand name products. Though, as was mentioned above, no one knows where they come from. This makes the medicine you purchase from the store a risk.
Payments and Deliveries
If you are still determined to buy medicine from this website despite all you have learned, you are going to require a credit card, preferably Visa or MasterCard. Shipping is free for orders that exceed $200. They use EMS courier delivery and Airmail. Their products are quite cheap. But again, they could be counterfeit.
As you might expect, the website doesn’t have any customer testimonials, not on any sites you trust. The only reviews they have been found on their platform. But those are unlikely to be authentic.
You have to give the medical website a rating of 1 star. It ticks all the wrong boxes. It doesn’t have any regulatory authority, customer reviews, a valid SSL Certificate or a strong ScamAdviser.com rating. It doesn’t give customers any reason to trust it, hence the low rating.