When you visit the website of any pharmacy, they will try pretty hard to convince you to order medicines from their pharmacy. For an average consumer, it is not that easy to detect the quality of medicines; therefore, most of them just trust the pharmacy. However, this can be a mistake. Instead of trusting a pharmacy or believing the claims made by the pharmacy on its website, it is better to check reviews like these. Today also, we will review a pharmacy that goes by the name of GainMeds.com. Our article will highlight every aspect of this pharmacy.
|Name of Organisation||Gain Meds|
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The very first thing which we look at is the about us page. It is important to understand the type of claims the pharmacy makes. When you visit the about us page of this pharmacy, it states that it is an established pharmacy with 67% return customers. If they have 67% return customers, then the pharmacy would be good. However, instead of believing these claims, let’s look at the rest of the review before deciding on this pharmacy.
The domain was registered in April 2020. It means that it has been around for only a couple of years. A two-year-old pharmacy is certainly not an established one. While two years is good enough that the pharmacy claims that it has 67% returning customers. Even if it has those, it will be on very small sample size. Considering these factors, it is a good idea to believe the claims made by this pharmacy.
The pharmacy hides the ownership information. Because of the same, if you want to find the true owner of the pharmacy, it is very difficult to do so. Only pharmacies that don’t follow all the rules and regulations go to great lengths to hide the business ownership information.
Approval from Regulatory Agencies
When it comes to FDA approvals, the website uses vague language. Firstly, it hardly answers whether the medicines are FDA approved or not.
The FAQ page states that the pharmacies from where the drug apprises or sourced operate only with FDA-approved drugs. This seems like technical or legal jargon, making you believe that the medicines are FDA-approved.
However, it just shifts the blame on the sourcing pharmacies rather than itself. That is why you cannot be 100% sure that this pharmacy’s medicines are FDA-approved.
This pharmacy has indeed become reasonable famous in a short time. However, it offers quite a few medicines spread across many categories. These categories include:
- Anti-diabetic, Anti-hair loss
- Erectile dysfunction, Cholesterol
- Eye-care, Antibiotics
- Antioxidants and so on
With mostly generic medicines available in these categories, finding any branded medicines can become difficult.
The pharmacy does offer you the opportunity to save money. However, that is because you’re buying generic medicines rather than branded medicines. Do not get carried away by the per-pill cost displayed on the homepage. You might have to buy in higher quantities to justify the shipping price, so the overall bill might be more.
However, if you compare it with branded medicines, you can save some money. However, the true comparison of this website will be with other pharmacies selling generic drugs. When you make such a comparison, you will find that generic drugs are similarly priced.
Payments and Deliveries
The pharmacy accepts MasterCard, Visa, Money Gram, and Western Union. With these payment methods, paying the pharmacy shouldn’t be a problem.
The pharmacy offers Airmail delivery which can take up to 21 days to deliver the medicines. There is also an Express courier option. This method might take up to 2 weeks to get your medicines. That is why; if you’re looking to get the medicines quickly, this pharmacy can seldom help you. Moreover, these days are business days and not actual calendar days. Consequently, the time it will take to get the medicines is even higher.
The online pharmacy does not have a testimonials page on its website. On TrustPilot as well, there are no GainMeds.com reviews. It might not be an outright scam, but its claims cannot be trusted. A website claiming 67% customer return ratio not having any reviews on its website or a trusted third-party platform certainly seems fishy.
GainMeds.com doesn’t seem like a pharmacy that you can trust. While it can provide affordable pricing, you cannot be sure about the quality of medicines. It is best to avoid it. We give it one star out of five.
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by Simon Davis