Reviews – Don’t be fooled!

1 out of 5 stars (1 / 5)

Would you trust a company that suggests its customers are lazy? Avoid this online pharmacy at all costs. It appears to be targeting English-speaking markets but has poor grammar and suspicious testimonials which makes the company appear unprofessional. claims to be shipping a wide range of drugs from various countries and states that the company is based in Cyprus, coupled with a Russian web domain name.

Domain Details
Registration Date2018-10-25
Owner CountryRussia
Business Information
Name of OrganisationOnline Pharmacy
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
Customer Support
Live Chat Optionno
Free Shippingno
Payment Methods
American Expressyes


Domain Info


The domain name is heavily redacted and the only information available is that it’s a Russian domain. It was registered in 2018 which doesn’t seem as though the company has a lot of experience in the pharmaceutical industry. The online chat operative did not seem to be able to explain the connection to Russia when questioned about it.

It is difficult to believe that even if a virtual Russian business was using a Cypriot office, people who work there are completely unaware of this fact. If they have no idea about the company structure, how knowledgeable are they about the integrity and reliability of the company?


Business Profile


The company states that it ships drugs from India, Malaysia, the UK, Singapore, Netherlands, Poland, Germany, and Ukraine and that it has a lot of warehouses.

They claimed to have a parent company of sorts, called Astratex Trading Ltd, based out of Globalserve Business Centre in Cyprus. The online chat operative provided me with a physical address in Cyprus.

We found a Globalserve Consultants Ltd, which doesn’t match the given name exactly. Google maps could find only a partial match to the address of the premises.

This suggests the company may have modeled its premises on a legitimate street and company in the hope that people won’t probe too far as to whether it is what it claims to be.


Regulatory Approvals

Assuming the company is in Cyprus, it should be possible to check if they are regulated as an online pharmacy. The Medicine Seller Register which is a European regulatory body does not recognize the company.

not recommended

ScamAdviser reveals that this particular web server often hosts low-rated websites and the owner has paid to hide their identity on the whois website. This could suggest that they are operating in an unregulated fashion and do not wish to be named and shamed, or reported.


Products and Pricing

The flagship products are for male health. Other drugs available on the website include those to treat:


  • Hepatitis C Virus
  • Diabetes
  • High cholesterol

It also sells substances that mimic hormones and provides very generic ‘herbals’ which claim to improve a range of issues such as anxiety and decreased male fertility.

Each drug includes disclaimers and possible side effects but there is still no real attempt to stress that a prescription is needed, merely that one is ‘recommended.’

The breakdown per pill is shown but batches of varying sizes are available across the range of products. A 10% discount is offered for ‘next orders’ to secure repeat customers. It was very easy to order 450 ibuprofen painkillers on the shopping cart which could obviously have severe consequences if ingested.


Payment and Shipping

The site accepts a number of credit cards, Visa, Mastercard, and AmEx. Shipping rates depend on where you are located and what you’re buying. Trackable courier service or an untracked airmail service are options for shipping. Something very concerning and which points to this company being a scam is the advice given if the product is held at customs.


The customer will be asked to come and give permission for the package to be examined and then the customer ‘should’ receive the product. This seems a very unrealistic situation to put a customer in and could potentially put them in breach of the law if that is a controlled substance in their country.


Delivery Details

If the order isn’t delivered in time, the company promises a money-back guarantee or free shipping of another product. National couriers such as Royal Mail (UK) and Deutsche Post (Germany) are shown as delivery options on the website. There is an invitation to track your delivery and there is an express delivery option.



A Twilio review of Astratex Trading Ltd describes the company as a fraudster. The reviewer claimed that the company hacks other websites and claims to be FDA regulated but operates out of Cyprus. The review with the exact same wording was repeated on another website of Cypriot companies but under a different name.


Of course, this could be one upset customer, but we could find no good reviews. All testimonies on the website highly praise the products but they are worded awkwardly. For example, every single English-speaking customer on the landing page writes with grammatical mistakes.



There appears to be no proper regulation as to which drugs can and should be available to customers. The only online reviews we could find accused the company of fraud and there are mismatches between the locations of the warehouses, the web domain, and the office headquarters. This suggests that there are complicated levels of administration that are common in fraudulent companies. The online chat operative did not seem willing to answer my questions about this and cut the conversation short when pushed on why the domain name was in Russia and why was information redacted concerning this.

1 out of 5 stars (1 / 5)

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