HealthCare-24h.com represents a budding US-based online drugstore. Despite vows to offer quality drugs and related services to their customers on a “global scale”, the pharmacy shows no signs of keeping such promises. Such actions define a rogue pharmacy and even more evidence to prove this is as organized below.
|Owner Country||US, Russia|
|Name of Organisation||Canadian Drugstore|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders more than $200 (Air Mail)|
For this e-pharmacy, its domain name was enrolled and launched as one on 28-04-2017. This indicates that the business is just a year old. Young businesses like these have no basis of trust. Most likely, they’re still not experienced in the field.
The domain name is managed by “GKG.Net, Inc”, a domain name host that we realized also hosts a great number of rogue pharmacies. They’ve got several warnings from the FDA, notifying them to stop hosting domain names that put customers’ health and life at risk. This is a negative point earned by the e-pharmacy in question.
With considerable probabilities of also being located in the Russian Federation, we established that this business has a US origin. A check with ScamAdviser also confirmed this. Back to their website, the business owner doesn’t as well come out blatantly to talk about the origin of the business. This should be one of the strongest reasons why you have not to trust the business.
Range of Drugs
Drugs are in categories. Each category has a good number of the varieties of drugs under that category. With more than 25 categories of drugs, this pharmacy sells a wide range of medications. Mainly, the drugstore sells generic medications, with focus on drugs that treat impotence. That is evident in their bestseller section. Some of the other categories of drugs they dispense include birth control drugs, anxiety drugs, antifungals, painkillers, and many more.
This is the main item of trade. It is the most important part, but it’s where things get worse. The drugs sold at this pharmacy could even be poisonous. They have no approvals from all the drugs’ regulatory bodies. On their “Questions” section, they even go ahead and confirm that their generic drugs ships into their host country without registration.
Payment and Delivery Schedule
They accept payments via Visa, Bitcoin, MasterCard, E-check, and American Express. Delivery from the online pharmacy’s store is done by two means. One can choose to receive their parcel after being shipped by EMS (Express Mail Service), or through Air Mail. EMS deliveries cost $24.95 and need patience for between 3-5 days. It also comes with free delivery for orders exceeding $300. A tracking number may also accompany your order. Air Mail deliveries have $14.95 damage together with amazing 2-4 weeks patience and no tracking number. Free Air Mail deliveries are applied on orders that exceed $200. These shipping policies just need too much of your time and are way far much expensive than in most other e-pharmacies.
LegitScript says that their analysis of the pharmacy leaves them with no option but to dismiss it as a rogue one. This comes from the fact that this drugstore met their definition of a rogue pharmacy. The pharmacy’s domain name does not exist in the CIPA member database. They aren’t, therefore, authorized to carry the CIPA seal. ScamAdviser, on the other end, awards the drugstore 0% rating. That shows lack of trust at all for them. NABP also says it clearly that they haven’t ever issued a certificate, neither have they issued any acquiescence to show that they know of such a pharmacy is operating somewhere in the US.
Pleasant and alluring customer testimonials are available on the pharmacy’s website under the “testimonials” section. Each and every one praises the services. Most of the customers write about receiving their packages on time. Looking at the reviews, we realized that there’s no logic in them. They should always be a mixture of positive and negative feedbacks as no business is perfect. These are robotic reviews, created to serve the purpose of trapping customers.
After this suspicion, we went to other websites where we could find genuine customer feedbacks and use them to make further inferences about the pharmacy. On TrustPilot there was none. We, therefore, concluded that the pharmacy has a lot of negative feedback, but is using a service to keep them out of sight of their potential clients.
Between the robotic testimonials, safe checkout, poor customer care service, lack of approvals, costly delivery prices, poor quality drugs, and more, our trust level for this online pharmacy boils down to a 1-star trust rating. They deserve just that.