Euro-PharmStore24h.com is an internet pharmacy that sells generic and brand name medicine sourced from Asian markets. The store delivers drugs to consumers from all over the world. Their objective is to exceed expectations in every single aspect of their operations. That includes the quality of their medicine and the expediency of their delivery mechanisms.
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders over $200 - Airmail
for orders over $300 - EMS
This website was created on the 11th of September 2018. In other words, at this particular point in time, the domain is less than a year old. If you have spent time on the internet, then you probably understand why a pharmacy like this that is so new cannot be trusted. The chances that they might be a scam are high. It isn’t just their age that is problematic. This domain is expected to expire in 2019, just a year after it was registered. Such a short lifespan suggests that the drugstore doesn’t expect to thrive on the internet. Scammers do this all the time. They create websites that they know can’t last more than a year or two online. They use them as traps to capture the financial information of the people who visit such portals, possibly even stealing their money. You have to be careful.
You are going to find seventy websites on the server that also hosts this medical store, including:
Most of the sites on the server have low-mediocre trust ratings from ScamAdviser. The resource assigned this pharmacy a rating of 50 percent which is also quite mediocre. So, clearly, they are in perfect company. You can always judge the quality of an internet firm by the websites with which it surrounds itself. And you cannot ignore the fact that all the online associates this domain has nurtured are dubious.
Everything about this website is wrong. It identifies Europharm Group Inc. as its parent company. But Europharm Group also owns a litany of other medical sites that have been classified as scams. The website shares its business address (Sokolovska 131/86) with every other Europharm Group drugstore which means that they are either based in the Czech Republic or they are lying. ScamAdviser cannot determine their origin. Whoever configured the site used four countries during the setup process. They also chose to keep their identity hidden, which is rarely a good thing. It suggests that the owners of the site have something to hide. The platform’s design was copied from various other Europharm Group stores, and so was the content. There is nothing original or distinct for you to see here, not even the images or the layout of the catalog. Most of these Europharm platforms look the same. As such, if one of them is fraudulent, you have every reason to presume that they are all fraudulent.
This is a rogue internet pharmacy. LegitScript classified them as such. They have not been accredited by any recognizable organization. So they are doing business unethically.
Like most EuroPharm internet stores, this one claims to sell branded and generic versions of most drugs. They get their merchandise from India, and they claim that every item they sell is approved by the Indian FDA. But you shouldn’t let that boast assuage you because it can’t be proven.
Payments and Deliveries
The price tags advertised on this website are very friendly. This is because the people behind this online store do not pay taxes on the medical products they import. The site also has the advantage of sourcing its items from offshore zones. For that reason, they save a lot of money and they pass those savings on to the customer. If you want to buy medicine, you can only use E-Checks and Credit Cards to make payments. Deliveries are made using International Registered Airmail and Trackable Courier Service. It takes a maximum of three weeks for drugs to reach their destinations. You cannot cancel an order once it has been sent out for delivery.
If you look at this platform’s Testimonials Page, you will find a customer called Wei Zhang who received his package on time and couldn’t wait to use the discounts he had earned. You will also find Tristan Corring who was pleased when his package arrived on time. However, Wei, Tristan, Oliver, John, none of these are real customers. You will find these exact same names and comments on other websites.
This website earns a trust rating of 1 star out of 5. They have given you plenty of reasons to mistrust them. For instance, they do not ask for prescriptions, LegitScript has called them a rogue pharmacy and they are hosted on a server saturated with suspicious internet drugstores.