AllGenericMedicine.com is a company providing generic pills from India. They say that they are your one stop shop for all the medicine you might need. But should you make this the only store you use for your medical requirements? Our look at what they are doing suggests problems, however.
|Date of Registry||2013-12-20|
|Drugstore Name||All Generic Medicine|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
The pharmacy has been using their domain since 2013, suggesting that they could be more reputable. The domain also doesn’t expire until 2026 which makes them look somewhat more trustworthy.
They do give a business address in the records showing that they are based in India. The company name is also provided giving details of a company called Simons Wood (OPC) Private Limited.
Despite the information found in the domain records, these details aren’t repeated on the pharmacy website. They don’t even make it too clear that the meds are being dispatched from India.
The store does claim to have been in business since 2009, though this seems unbelievable given that their domain was registered in 2013. Scam pharmacies frequently lie to their customers to try to get a sale, and this drugstore seems to be doing something just like that.
The store does not provide any indication that they are operating to high standards thanks to membership in a regulatory association.
LegitScript has looked at what the store is doing, and the results are less than promising.
They consider the business to be a rogue, lacking the correct pharmacy accreditation to be selling their products to people in the United States.
The store mostly offers generic pills, though their prices are not the cheapest online. Available treatments offered include:
- Men’s health
- Pain meds
The store does give the name of the pharmaceutical company involved in the manufacture of the meds they sell, though they don’t pinpoint exactly where the pills are dispensed. They say that the meds are from India, though there is some suggestion they are dispatched from South Africa.
The lack of detail about where the meds are dispensed means that they might not be great quality pills. This could indicate that they are less likely to include the correct ingredients as you would expect them to contain. If this is truly the situation, it will have an adverse effect on the health of the person relying on the medication.
There is also a big problem with counterfeit meds, and this drugstore might be selling these. There isn’t any way of knowing for sure if the tablets sold by this pharmacy are the real thing. While the packaging might look as it should, this is part of the deception, and the pills could contain things they shouldn’t.
Payment and Shipping
The transaction part of the pharmacy site is secure, and you can choose to pay from the following options:
- American Express
- Debit cards
Delivery from this pharmacy is going to cost you $27 for international shipping from USPS. Though shipping is free when you spend at least $250 on medication from the store.
The pharmacy does have some AllGenericMedicine.com reviews on their Google profile page. This seems to show that they have many very happy customers of their business. However, there is some negative feedback as well.
One customer even makes the claim that the store stole her credit card details to make fraudulent purchases. Even with the positive comments, we aren’t sure they are genuine and the reviews aren’t verified by Google.
The store also uses the Trustpilot and ShopperApproved logos to show that they have even more feedback. However, when clicking on these logos shows that they aren’t collecting comments on these services and that their accounts have been closed. Perhaps these accounts were closed because fake feedback was detected, but we cannot be sure.
This cannot be a good sign and has likely happened because the store is a scam.
There are many reasons why purchasing from this pharmacy might not go to plan. They don’t give details of where the pills are dispensed, they have had some of their feedback accounts closed down, and there are reports of fraud.
Though this store might look like a business you can trust, the reality isn’t that good.