Discount-Tabs.com is a domain name that loads into an insecure website, which runs a rogue internet-based pharmacy from a country in the European Union. Looking at their pledges just before you get to know them well, you’d quickly think that this is one of the best and most-sought online drugstores across the world, but no! The direct opposite is true. Read through our review which reveals the fact that this is one of the most fraudulent drug dealers you’ll ever meet.
|Owner Country||US, Germany|
|Name of Organisation||European Pharmacy Shop|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders over $200 (Air Mail)
for orders over $300 (Courier Shipping)
WhoIs is a reliable query and response website that avails the registration details of domain names. So, this is where we went for details. There, we realized that the domain name in question was registered barely a year and a month ago. You’ll barely find a domain name aged less than 3 years running a trustworthy business online, especially an online pharmacy. Added to that, we also noticed that people find it difficult to establish the exact location of this pharmacy’s domain name. Different individuals suggest different locations. That already earns it a red flag since we discovered that this comes from their consistent efforts of trying to conceal their location to evade some responsibilities – something only common in rogue pharmacies. Nevertheless, our intensive research uncovered that this drugstore’s domain name is actually located in Moldova, EU.
The first lie that took our attention from the pharmacy’s “about us” section was their claim of having a 7-year experience in the industry. This aims at misleading unsuspecting customers. We have blatantly revealed the business’s age and that clearly brings out the contradiction and lie. Another thing worthy of note is the pharmacy’s domain name registrar. The registrar’s profile reputation is always directly proportional to the merchant’s registered under it. For Discount-Tabs, NICENIC INTERNATIONAL GROUP CO LTD, the registrar, and the host has a bad profile and so does the pharmacy.
All the drugs dispensed by the drugstore are poor quality generics. We made this inference from the happening that their drugs aren’t approved by the Food and Drugs Administration. This makes them dangerous for your use. And, for this reason, we cannot recommend the drugs to our readers.
Meanwhile, there are quite a wide variety of drugs available for sale. Most of these drugs are those that are known to deal with the problem of impotence. In fact, the impotence drugs form the pharmacy’s “bestseller” section. Other categories of the available medications include but aren’t limited to:
✔ Anxiety drugs
✔ Skincare drugs
✔ Weight loss supplements, etc.
As compared to prices of the same drugs in similar pharmacies, this pharmacy’s pricing of drugs is quite fair. In fact, the pharmacy sees no harm in lowering the prices further as the drugs are sourced from unverified sources like “across the border smuggling”.
We need regulatory approvals to affirm that a pharmacy is indeed engaged in legitimate trade. Without them, we’ll outrightly grok that the pharmacy operates behind the walls. The following is this drugstore’s approval status:
So far, only one of the regulatory verifiers has at least something to count on (the 65% trust). We can then declare it illegitimate without fear.
Payment and Delivery
The following are the credit cards that you’re allowed to use for defraying the costs of your orders:
It feels good to say that all payments are made to be fast and secure. Delivery, on the other hand, is made to be done in two means: Trackable Courier Service (5-7 days ETA after a 48-hour dispatch). Cost isn’t made clear, making it possible for the buyer to meet extra charges. Registered International Airmail (2-4 weeks ETA after a 48-hour delay due to dispatch). The cost isn’t stated either. Shipments are done to a worldwide clientele base. The above are good shipping options, except for the invisibility of the associated costs.
Reviews provide the most honest means of judging a business’s nature whether good or bad. This pharmacy’s testimonials aren’t real. We have bumped upon them on several occasions. We had no otherwise other than resorting to other neutral websites for the feedback. On TrustPilot, the website hasn’t yet been claimed. On Mywot, there were three reliable negative comments. One customer complains that the website is likely to affect your computer. The website’s average rating on MyWot is 0.5 stars.
We realize that this is nothing but just another scam. The pharmacy plans to obtain money from you in exchange for ineffective drugs. Its reviews are faked to trick more unsuspecting buyers into the fraud. This is too bad and the highest we could award is a 1 out of 5 stars. Please stay away from such online pharmacies and find better alternatives. We’ll always be around to update you.