VNoPrescMed.com is a drugstore on the internet that could be Spanish or French. Their IP Location is Paris. But ScamAdviser thinks that they could be Spanish. Either way, no one knows where they come from and that is a problem for people that hate pharmacies with unclear origins.
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||yes|
Their domain was created on the 17th of October 2020. This doesn’t give the store’s detractors any reason to trust it. Drugstores with just a year of experience under their belt have a much higher chance of being scams than drugstores with five or more years.
ScamAdviser was quite lenient with the platform. They have an anonymous owner and a very poor Alexa rank. They are also poorly optimized. And yet, it gave them a rating of 55 percent which sounds bad but it is actually mediocre. Their server has four other domains, including:
These sites have poor ratings and reviews. Their presence on the server does not encourage people to trust this internet pharmacy. If anything, people are more likely to assume that the drugstore is just as untrustworthy as the domains that share its server.
No one can say anything definitive about this store. The owner’s name is redacted, and so is the phone contact and the name of the organization that owns the site. They don’t want anyone to know who they are or where they come from. This is why they have also chosen to keep their business address hidden.
Such tactics are rarely successful. People that hide their business address do so because they don’t want anyone to know that they come from a high-risk country. They also use this tactic to hide the fact that they only exist on the internet. In other words, they do not have physical premises.
Regardless of where this store falls, their decision to hide the details surrounding their operations only encourages people to believe that they are a scam. This is because legit online drugstores are normally quite transparent. They will tell you who they are, what they do, and who they employ.
This one has failed to tick any of those boxes. They haven’t told anyone who they are and they have failed to reveal the identities of the people that founded their company. Their site has only published stock photos of doctors and pharmacists and shelves of drugs. These images do not reveal the company’s actual employees and drugs.
This raises even more questions. It forces consumers to wonder whether the platform has real pharmacists. If they cannot trust that the owner has employed licensed professionals, they cannot trust the drugs he sells. This also pushes consumers to question whether the platform is a real drugstore or a referral service.
If they are a referral service, they do not own the merchandise they sell. This wouldn’t be a problem if people knew the identities of their suppliers. That would make it easier to believe that their medicine is high-quality. But the identities of the suppliers are also hidden, which makes it all but impossible to take this website seriously.
It won’t surprise you to learn that a platform like this that has failed to operate openly and transparently has earned a ‘rogue’ classification from LegitScript.
They offer both generic and brand-name pills. Are these pills genuine or counterfeit? No one knows. Do you need a prescription to buy drugs? Unfortunately, you don’t. This sounds like a good thing but it is bad because only illegal sites sell medicine without asking for prescriptions.
Payments and Deliveries
They promise savings of up to 20 percent for people that want to buy their sexual enhancers. They also offer free shipping for purchases over $200. This makes them relatively cheap. But it doesn’t matter if you cannot trust the quality of their products.
If you want to make a payment, you must use JCB, AMEX, Visa, Discover, and other credit cards. They will also accept electronic checks. You will receive your order within 30 days unless something goes wrong. They use Trackable Courier Service.
The reviews on their Testimonials page have the wrong dates. This tells you that they are fake. The owner forged them.
This store’s attributes encourage consumers to apply caution. They look like a scam. This is why they earn a rating of 1 star.