PureRxPills.com is an online pharmacy that sells men’s generic health drugs along with a few other health medicines at a cheaper rate. They also claim their products are fully approved by the legal authorities and are safe for human consumption. We decided to investigate the pharmacy to check whether they are indeed legit or is it just another scam business. Read below to know more about our findings.
|Owner Country||Russia, Netherlands|
|Name of Organisation||Pure RX Pills|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The Whois data of this pharmacy says the domain was created on 10th December 2016 and currently has an expiry date of 9th December 2020. The domain is in existence long enough to call it an outright scam. However, we found that the owner is using a Russian proxy service to protect important details about their business, a common practice among rogue pharmacy owners. It is also sharing its server with 487 other websites.
The ScamAdviser data of this pharmacy says the owner of this pharmacy is Oliver Palmer and the business is being operated from Russia, a high-risk country for these types of businesses. All the contact details provided by the owner is completely fake and not in operation. Their social media profiles were also unresponsive to our queries.
There is already enough evidence of them being a scam business, but to confirm our doubts we decided to check their legal existence via various regulatory authority’s databases. As expected, we did not find any traces of their existence in the databases of CIPA, MPA, Pharmacy Checker, etc. Furthermore, LegitScript has reviewed the pharmacy and classified it as a rogue business meaning they sell potentially harmful products that may cause side effects to the human body when consumed.
The pharmacy claims to sell various types of medicines but they mostly sell men’s generic drugs along with few other health medicines only to look legit and bypass legal authorities. Their range of products include:
✔ Antibiotics, Antidepressants, Allergies, Asthma, Antifungal
✔ Blood Pressure
✔ Skin Care and others
The pricing of their best-selling products is way below than their traditional market rates. They claim their products are approved by the USFDA, but we highly doubt that as there is no evidence to support their claim. These are most likely the duplicated items of the original products smuggled from developing countries where these drugs are sold at a cheaper rate.
The pharmacy only accepts payments via credit cards issued by Visa, Mastercard, etc. they don’t accept any other methods right now. You will be sent to an external payment getaway which thankfully has a valid SSL certificate meaning they won’t steal or duplicate your sensitive information during checkout.
The pharmacy claims to ship their products internationally and they use the following services to deliver the parcel:
✔ EMS and US Postal Service
The actual time and shipping charge will vary depending on the country you reside in and the weight and size of the parcel. Usually, EMS shipments are delivered earlier and can be tracked also unlike Airmail and US Postal Service both of which offer pretty slow service to their customers. They claim 99% of purchases made the pharmacy are eligible for free shipping and they will also offer free pills and other discounts with every order made at the website.
The pharmacy has some customer testimonials on their homepage and after looking at them very closely wee can say that they are nothing but a fake. All these PureRxPills.com reviews are generated by the owner itself and are used to attract more customers to their pharmacy. They sound extremely funny, amateurish, and quite bogus. Seems like these are auto-generated reviews and definitely not a testimonial done by a real person.
Apart from a valid SSL certificate on their website, there is nothing about the pharmacy that says they are a legit business. The tried to be transparent but we are sure the details provided by the owner are vogue and do not exist in reality. The pharmacy does not have legal approvals from the concerned authorities to operate legally and the reviews available on the website are not genuine by any means. The pharmacy is way too risky to recommend as they might con you in various ways you possibly don’t even know. We give this pharmacy 1 out of 5 stars based on our research.