Reviews – Unproven

common view is a drugstore that claims to be the number one online. They also say that they sell the highest quality products, and a quality audit team ensures customer safety. But is this a pharmacy you should put your trust in? Our look at the drugstore does find issues, however.

Domain Details
Date of Registry2019-12-19
Main Details
Drugstore NameBlue Pills Pharmacy
Regulatory Approvals
LegitScriptRogue status
Contact Info
Free Number+1-877-698-4633
Contact Form
Shipping Methods
Standard Mail
Express Delivery
Free Shipping
Payment Options
E-Check or Personal Check
American Express, Western Union

Domain Name Information

Looking at the domain name records shows that this pharmacy has been online since 2019. We can also see an indication that this drugstore expects to be online for a long time still. The domain name does not expire until 2026, and this is something we would not expect from a scam pharmacy.

registered in 2019

There are some details in the database about who owns this pharmacy. However, this only tells us that they are located in Delhi, India.

Business Profile

Checking on the pharmacy site, there isn’t any sign of more information about to owns this drugstore. While they do mention India on the store’s pages, they don’t actually provide an address, something we would expect from a legit pharmacy.

Regulatory Approvals

The store does say that all of their pills are approved by the Indian FDA, but they do not provide any evidence to prove that this is really the case. We would normally expect to see some regulatory seals to show that this pharmacy was following higher standards and indicating that they are legit.


Without these important things, this pharmacy seems more of a risk.

Looking at the views of LegitScript shows that they consider this drugstore to be a rogue. Based on their assessment, they have found that this store does not have the necessary regulatory accreditations to be selling medicines online.

Pills Available

This pharmacy seems to be mostly selling men’s health drugs. They do sell some women’s health pills as well, and their prices are overall fairly low, however, not the lowest we have seen.


All of the medications they sell are generic, and the pharmacy does give some information about who the manufacturer is. Giving information about who is manufactured the medicines is normally something we don’t find from scam pharmacies, so this is a good sign that the drugstore is legit.

While we do know that these medicines are being dispatched from India, we do not know where they are dispatched from exactly. This could mean that they are not being dispensed by people correctly qualified to do the job. A problem like this could lead to an error in the strength of the pills you are sent, potentially leading to serious health problems.

The pharmacy also states that most of the pills they sell are over-the-counter medicines. These types of drugs do not normally require prescriptions. But when we check what are considered to be over the counter, we can see that these medicines normally require prescriptions in other countries.

Payment Methods

The pharmacy site is secure, and you are required to sign in to your account before placing an order. You can choose between the following payment options:

  • Visa
  • American Express
  • MasterCard
  • Maestro
  • JCB


Shipping is via the USPS and will cost $26. The pharmacy claims that you will receive your order in 7 to 10 business days from dispatch. Though since the medicines are being sent from India there is a chance that this could take a lot longer.

When you spend more than $199 on medicines from this pharmacy, they will provide free shipping. Reviews

The pharmacy does have a testimonials page with reviews. However, they only have two customer comments and both of those were posted on the same day.

may be fake

While we cannot be certain, this increases the chances that these testimonials are fake. Also adding to the problems with this feedback is the appearance they give of being written by the same person. Both comments mention India and also the domain name, along with this they read like marketing hype rather than genuine customer comments.

Drugstores that resort to using fake customer testimonials are unlikely to be very reliable and not as legit as they want you to think.


While this pharmacy seems to do some things right, there are still a lot of problems. The business is making sure they are anonymous, failing to give their contact information or business name. The store also doesn’t prove that it has any regulatory approval though they make claims that they do.

There are some risks when you decide to use this drugstore.

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