BrunettMeds.com is a pharmacy that promises amazing customer service and no customs fees to pay. The store offers an unusual lineup of pills and powders, but is this pharmacy worth the potential risks? We look at what they have to offer customers and are concerned with some of the things we find.
|Date of Registry||2019-07-15|
|Drugstore Name||Brunett Meds|
|LegitScript||Not in the database|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
Reviewing the domain name data shows that this pharmacy hasn’t been around for that long. They have only been busy for less than 2 years and this makes them more likely to be a scam.
There isn’t any information to be found in the database about who owns this pharmacy or where they are located. This lack of transparency can indicate a scam drugstore, but not always.
The pharmacy provides no details of who they are or where they are located in the world. Their contact page only contains an online form and email address, so they could be based anywhere.
However, a check on the domain name of the email address they are using indicates that the owner of this pharmacy is based in Manila, the Philippines.
There are no regulatory seals displayed anywhere on the pharmacy’s pages. This could indicate you’re in for big problems when you place an order.
They do say, however, on their about page that they have board-certified doctors with an average of 15 years of experience. To say this claim is unlikely is somewhat understating the situation though. There is no chance that they have doctors working on their behalf, and they make no further claims about this anywhere else on the store.
This pharmacy is selling a very limited range of meds. They only offer customers 23 different treatment choices and some of the products they are selling are very notorious. Medications sold include:
Most of the products they are selling are notorious for being abused by drug addicts. One of the more bizarre items they sell in their store is Potassium Cyanide, a drug notorious for poisoning people.
Needless to say, the medications for sale on this store should be prescribed if they are allowed to be sold. However, the pharmacy provides no indication that they need a valid prescription for anything they sell and makes them very likely to be a scam.
The pages on the store are secure and you can pay through the following possibilities:
- Apple Pay
- Wire Transfer
Whichever option you choose the store asks you to contact them for details of how to pay and for more information. This isn’t the sort of streamlined operation we would normally expect from a reputable business, and this could be because they’re not.
The store offers a flat rate shipping cost of $20. They don’t provide any information about how long delivery is expected to take, however. Shipping is free when you spend more than $250 on the site.
They don’t have any BrunettMeds.com reviews for the site in general. However, there is some customer feedback on the individual product pages. Most of these customer comments seem to give the store a maximum rating, but there are some that don’t give a rating at all.
This is far from ideal, with the pharmacy owners able to alter or delete comments that they don’t like. Despite that, there are some indications of problems with this pharmacy.
Here a customer highlights the problem of not receiving their medications at the time they were told to expect them. Though another customer indicates but they are extremely happy with the service they have received.
There is no way for us to be sure if this is a real comment and if it really reflects the sort of service you would expect to find if you do decide to order at the store.
There are many problems with this pharmacy. The products they are selling are questionable, and there is no way to trace who the owner is if something were to go wrong.
All of this puts you in a very precarious position if you decide to take a chance on this store. They are too high of a risk.