Online–drugs.com was online drugstore with an undisclosed base of operation. However, the site indicated that it had been approved by the major pharmacy regulatory bodies based in Canada. This shows that it probably had its location in Canada. The pharmacy had been online since the year 2004. Its catalog carried a large number of medications. These included allergy medications, anti-fungal meds, antibiotics, anxiety meds, asthma pills, blood pressure, depression meds, diabetes pills, herbals, erectile dysfunction pills, and others. All medications available on the drugstore website had been approved by the FDA.
The erectile dysfunction pills appeared to have had the largest number of buyers on the drugstore. This made sense to me since more than 52% of the sexually active males have erectile dysfunction. I decided to check the price of the impotence pills in order to try and determine whether the pharmacy was affordable. The pharmacy had really cheap prices. The prices on the site could have attracted a large number of buyers. I could not understand why the pharmacy was closed unless it was a fake site.
I found that a single pill of generic Viagra was being sold at a price of only $0.32. Generic Cialis was being sold at only $0.71 per pill while generic Levitra cost its buyers only $1.11. Buyers who prefer using brand medications could have purchased brand Viagra and brand Cialis at a price of only $3.32 and $3.66 respectively. The pharmacy was over 95% cheaper than the local pharmacies. Buyers were not required to have a prescription in order to purchase any medications on the drugstore.
Medications were being shipped via 2 main methods. The pharmacy was using either the airmail shipping method or the EMS courier delivery. The airmail shipping took about 2 to 3 weeks to deliver medications and cost buyers $10. The EMS courier method took only 3 to 8 business days. The method was twice as costly as the airmail shipping. It cost buyers $20. All orders were being processed within a period of 24 hours. The pharmacy was not accepting any medication returns. However, if the buyer had received a defective product, the pharmacy was offering either a refund or a free re-shipment.
Online drugs only accepted three payment methods. These included the VISA, America Express, and the E-Check. Buyers who wanted to have the ability to dispute their charges in the future in case Online–drugs.com failed to deliver their medications could have used either VISA or American Express. Buyers could have contacted the pharmacy either via the contact form on the pharmacy contact page or the phone. Buyers located in the United States could have used +1 760 284 3222 while buyers in the EU region could have contacted the pharmacy via +4420 3286 3820. The pharmacy did not have a live chat.
Online drugs only had onsite testimonials. These were very positive. I have captured a couple of the testimonials below:
Patrick who resides in France reported that his meds were delivered within the given timeframe. He had enjoyed both prompt and efficient service. He had even recommended the pharmacy although he was not sure whether the people he had recommended the drugstore to had sourced their meds from the pharmacy yet.
Samuel from Spain had reported that he had gotten his Cialis and the pills had worked well for him. He wanted the drugstore to send the remaining pills. He had enjoyed great customer support while ordering his meds.
The above reviews are positive, however, there is a very high likelihood that they are not real. Despite the drugstore indicating that it had gotten CIPA approval, I checked its domain address on cipa.com and just as I had expected, the information was not verified. The drugstore was never authorized to carry CIPA seal.
Online–drugs.com Reviews 2018
Online Drugs shop appeared to have disappeared from the web before 2018. This means that it never had any 2018 testimonials. I searched its domain address on Scam adviser and got the results I would have expected for a pharmacy affiliate like Online–drugs.com.
The drugstore had a 0% trust rating. This means that if a buyer placed his or her order at Online–drugs.com, he or she could get his personal info compromised. The pharmacy was hiding its physical location. Genuine pharmacies which have nothing to hide from customers will never mask their physical location.
Online–drugs.com Coupon Codes
I did not expect Online Drugs to have any coupon codes. I searched online for its coupon codes and came up empty-handed. The pharmacy, however, had some offers on its official website. I have captured these offers below:
The pharmacy was adding Viagra pills as a bonus to every order. The number of pills a buyer got as a bonus depended on the money he or she was spending on the order. The pharmacy was shipping all orders worth more than $200 for free. Online–drugs.com promised its customers that they would save over 70% on all their meds when compared to ordering the drugs in the local pharmacies.
Online–drugs.com was a pharmacy I wouldn’t have advised to trust. The pharmacy was not honest about its CIPA approval. Online–drugs.com was hiding its physical location which is something genuine online pharmacies never do. The great qualities this pharmacy had included the cheap prices and the fact that it accepted payments via credit cards and hence buyers could dispute charges.