EdOnlineMeds.com is an online generic seller of men’s health medications. If you find a chance to read through the Internet drugstore’s ‘About Us’ section, the first thing you’ll meet is a claim of having been in the business for nine years. This is followed by safety claims, where the pharmacy alleges to supply you with only quality pills. There are also promises to keep your information safe, not to leave out vows to be 100 percent responsible. Let’s see if all these, and others are true or not.
|Owner Country||Russia, Germany|
|Name of Organisation||ED online|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
We questioned WhoIs for the domain name, and it gave us results. From the results, we noticed that a lot of valuable information is secreted. Not much information is provided about the owner of the pharmacy or the company behind it. We are only told that the owner comes from India, which is also hard to trust. If you realize that a pharmacy has such trends, you ought to be cautious about its claims of being honest. Which honest business will hide such information, anyway? Also, the domain name, having been registered on 19-12-2017, is only less than two years of age. This is contrary to claims that the business is nine years old. We also observed from the records that a notorious web hosting company known as Hosting Concepts B.V. d/b/a Openprovider manages the apothecary’s domain name. From the search engines, you’ll notice that this company is known for hosting pharmacies that do not sell safe drugs. This very pharmacy is likely to be one, too.
We’ll delve into details of the physical, as well as other contact details in this section. To begin with, one of the phone contacts given (+44 203 011 0298) isn’t unique to the pharmacy. Elfrans.com, another French-based online men’s health drug seller, also mentions the same number as one of its contact details. Also, the physical contact address given seems not to be true. The pharmacy claims to be from Cyprus, which isn’t the case, according to most investigations. ScamAdviser thinks that the main store is possibly found in Russia or Germany. Such unclear location details are a characteristic of rogue drugstores.
The pharmacy has invested in security and owns an SSL certificate. You shouldn’t be worried when sharing any information with it. However, the site isn’t fast in its loading speed.
Products & Pricing
As earlier mentioned, the website sells men’s health medications of the generic type. You need no prescription requirements to make an order for some. We, however, realized that the quality of these drugs is extremely low. And, there’s no single information about their manufacturer on this pharmacy’s website. All the drugs are said to come from India, a statement that’s a common lie among such scam pharmacies. One possibility is that the drugs are counterfeit products that are usually smuggled across the borders. You know that such drugs are dangerous. The prices of these pills are, however, made to be low to get as many customers as possible. People love lowly priced items, so the pharmacy uses this to lure them into a scam.
We did not find the domain name for this pharmacy in any of the regulatory bodies’ databases. This means that it isn’t approved by them all. The pharmacy is also out of compliance with the following bodies’ threshold qualities of a viable pharmacy:
This means that it is run illegally, thus can even sell you poisonous drugs since it’s not under the watch of regulatory bodies.
For payments, you have a lot of options to choose from. You can use any of the following methods:
We have established that 93% of sites which accept Bitcoin as a means of payment are fraudulent.
An Express International Mail may be used to deliver your order. In such a case, you’ll have to pay $29.95 for the delivery service. You’ll also have to be patient for 5-9 days for the delivery to reach at your address. Orders delivered via this service are trackable while on delivery. You may also choose to get your order delivered by a Standard International Airmail service. This one costs $9.95 and requires your patience for 10-21 days. You can’t track your order if it is delivered by Standard International Airmail.
All the customer reviews available for display on the pharmacy’s site are fake. Yes, they are, and we verified that. Unfortunately, customers won’t find reviews from third-party sites like MyWot and TrustPilot as well. The drugstore is not even popular.
This is a typical example of a rogue pharmacy. Its safe site may make you think that everything else is safe about it. We advise you to keep away from it, as it may even fail to deliver your medications. This is a 1-star pharmacy.