EdLineRx.com online drugstore calls itself the most trusted source of branded and generic health drugs on the internet and only sources their products from some of the established and well-known drug suppliers around the world. They also claim to maintain strict quality guidelines and approved by the FDA. They supposedly have more than a million happy customers worldwide who took advantage of their secure platform. We heard these tall claims before and the website layout also features in quite a few rogue pharmacies these days. That’s why we decided to review the pharmacy for you. So, do read our article below and discover more about the pharmacy.
|Owner Country||Russia, United States|
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
According to the pharmacy’s Whois data, the domain was initially registered almost seven years ago on 6th September 2013 and its expiry date recently extended to 6th September 2021. So, the domain has existed long enough to not call it a scam from the domain information alone. The pharmacy shares its website’s server with 292 other websites but still managed to load pretty fast.
Even though the pharmacy has a high trust score of 98 on ScamAdviser, there are some warning signs too. The owner of this business is Legato LLC, which allegedly a Russian company based in Moscow. There are also instances of malware found on the website several times before. The telephone numbers and the live chat option does not exist in real life as we were unable to connect with them after several attempts.
Unsurprisingly, the pharmacy did not obtain any legal approval from the concerned authorities such as PharmacyChecker, NABP, CIPA, MIPA, etc. This suggests the pharmacy is operating without a valid license and selling unverified products without adhering to proper guidelines. Furthermore, LegitScript reviewed the pharmacy and gave the pharmacy a rogue rating as it failed to meet the minimum standards set by the company.
The pharmacy sells plenty of branded and generic health drugs on its website covering as many major diseases and conditions as possible.
Their inventory looks adequate for a pharmacy of its size. Some of their best-selling drugs categories include:
✔ Allergy, Arthritis, Antibiotics, Antiviral
✔ Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Diabetes
✔ Eye Drop, Gastro Health, Hair Loss
✔ Skincare, Weight Loss, etc
The pharmacy doesn’t ask for an authentic prescription from a licensed physician, but you should consult your doctor first before buying any drugs from them.
We were not surprised by the pricing of their generic drugs, which looks eerily identical to several rogue pharmacies present on the internet today. This gave a major indication of what to expect from this pharmacy even though it existed for almost seven years. They did not mention from where they source and dispense their products, but it is most likely from countries like India or China where these drugs are duplicated and readily available for sale at a lower price.
The pharmacy only allows payments made via major credit card vendors like Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, Discover, Diners Club, JCB, and E-Checks. They don’t support any other options right now. However, the pharmacy is using fake SSL certificates from reputed vendors like GeoTrust, Security Metrics, etc on their website instead of genuine ones. This suggests you might fall victim to identity theft on the platform during checkout without your prior knowledge.
The pharmacy ships their health drugs internationally and use the following two shipping options to ship their products:
✔ Airmail, which will take around 2 to 3 weeks after the dispatch to ship the product with no tracking available
✔ Trackable Courier Service, which will take around 5 to 9 business days after the dispatch to ship the product and tracking is available
The final shipping rates will vary depending on the shipping location and the parcel size. The parcel can get delayed at the Customs and in that case, you will bear the charges levied on the parcel by the Customs Department.
The pharmacy’s testimonial page has several one or two-line random disclosures that do not shed any light on the pharmacy’s products and services. These EdLineRx.com reviews look like pretty vague with zero substance and highly likely owner-generated. TrustPilot also does not contain any EdLineRx.com reviews on its platform.
Even though the pharmacy existed for almost seven years, there is no reason to believe this is a genuine pharmacy and not a scam business. The pharmacy originated in Russia, uses fake SSL certificates and customer reviews, no legal approval all are clear signs of a scam business not vice-versa. Therefore, avoid this pharmacy and don’t buy any of their products that may cause harmful side-effects to the human body. We give this pharmacy a 1 out of 5 stars based on our findings.