If you know anything about internet pharmacies, then you already know that evo-pharmacy.com cannot be trusted. Naturally, it will claim the opposite. But this is what scams do, especially in the online pharmaceutical arena. They act like legitimate businesses when, in truth, they are owned and operated by scammers. Be careful with this one. It has an attractive platform that looks like it belongs to a professional organization. But if you look beneath, you will quickly realize why they don’t have any customers.
|Name of Organisation||EVO Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
Their domain is less than a year old as of this moment. It was created on the 10th of May 2020. It won’t surprise you to learn that the domain is expected to expire on the 9th of May 2021. This is quite common among fraudulent medical portals.
They don’t have long lifespans. Their owners do not expect their platforms to linger on the internet for more than a few months or years. They know that it won’t take people long to realize that they cannot be trusted, at which point they will either lose all their customers or attract the attention of the authorities. Though, in this case, the drugstore doesn’t have any customers to lose in the first place.
The 1 percent ScamAdviser rating supports all the suspicions surrounding the platform. They failed to impress ScamAdviser’s algorithm, which is why it gave them such a low rating. The company can lie to the average consumer.
But it couldn’t hide its secrets from ScamAdviser.com. The resource realized that their Alexa rank is low, proving the suspicion that they don’t have customers. It also noted that their country of origin is high-risk. They did not bother to optimize their website for search engines. This is another concerning element that should put you on high alert. It shows that the owner isn’t that concerned with attracting traffic.
Their only significant attribute is the SSL Certificate. Their site is attractive. However, that doesn’t mean anything. Anyone that has the money to hire a professional graphic designer can produce an attractive website.
More to the point, while their online shop is nice to look at, the content is severely lacking. The text is filled with unacceptable errors. All their pictures are stock photos. This makes one think that they don’t have any medicine in stock.
Real pharmacies always go out of their way to publish images of their premises, storerooms, and merchandise to show people that they have all the pills you could possibly want. They also publish images of their staff members to prove that they have real people working in their offices to cater to the needs of consumers.
They know that customers hate interacting with bots and the pictures they promote are designed to prove that their operations have a human touch. This company uses stock photos because it has neither merchandise nor offices, hence the lack of a business address.
It doesn’t even have workers. This explains their platform. It is hollow. All the elements look like they were stolen from other portals. Therefore, as was mentioned above, the only notable characteristic they have is their SSL Certificate which, at the very least, shows that they have some security.
They have failed to win LegitScript over, which is why it gave them a rogue classification. They come from Russia but none of the Russian regulatory bodies have certified them.
They sell generic male supplements and sexual enhancers. Despite what their catalog says, you have no reason to believe that they offer any other type of drug. Their profile is made even worse by their lack of interest in prescriptions.
Payments and Deliveries
While buying from this shop is clearly a bad idea, some people will transact with them all the same because their generic medicine is so cheap. If you are one such person, they accept:
Basically, you can use most credit cards, debit cards, and electronic checks to make payments. They rely on trackable courier services to make deliveries.
If you need more evidence to prove that they don’t have customers, the company has failed to attract customer testimonials on trustworthy websites (TrustPilot.com) that publish unbiased reviews.
The quality of their business does not match the appearance of their website which is why they get a rating of 1 star.
16 thoughts on “Evo-Pharmacy.com Reviews – Puts You On High Alert”
I suspect this review is one of many scam reviews paid for by big pharma. As a test, unlike this scam review, I actually ordered several products from this company. The ordering process, including tracking, was professional and above average. The products ordered were tested and were confirmed to be as advertised. I noticed there are many negative reviews of this company, all appearing very much the same. Even if this was a legitimate review, there’s no actual experience presented as with most reviews.
Hi John! I’m inclined to believe that you did not order anything from this online pharmacy but are only trying to dilute the existing negative reviews with positive ones. Nobody paid us for the review article and we are really sure that the online pharmacy does not exist. But of course, you can stick with your own opinion 🙂 Thanks for your comment!
I ordered from Evo-pharmacy many times. There is no scam at all. Many countries block the credit card to pay them. Just because we have forced to accept immunization not eating medicine. Most of countries leaders are fake and want you to take poisonous injection.
Hello, Tim! Thank you for sharing your experience with this online pharmacy and also for your opinion on vaccination 💉
Well, Simon… If you’re so absolutely sure, order something under $20, I’m sure you can afford to lose that, in case it was a scam as you say. That makes it really easy to prove. Then you can document it, and then post it… Which actually you could fudge that one too, but at least use that as a starter tool to prove they are an illegitimate company! Why wouldn’t you do that?
Hello, James! Firstly, I usually review about ten online pharmacy websites a month so do you think it’s really reasonable for me to order from all of them? Hah 🙂 Secondly, I don’t tell anyone that my opinion is the only right one. If you read our “About Us” page you will see that “we do not seek to impose our opinion, but merely analyze the available data, creating a general idea of the company.”
What about the fact that these medications require a prescription?
Hello, Connie! Yes, it’s known that ed pills require prescriptions but many scam online pharmacies don’t ask customers for them.
I ordered from Evo-Pharmacy and they told me they are based in Cyprus. Anyway, great service and perfectly fine. I think your review may be a little off this time round.
Hello, Deb! I’m glad if you really received your order and the service was great 🙂 But TrustPilot’s reviews also suggest the company may be a big scam.
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