DrTabl.com Reviews – Fake Pharmacy License

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DrTabl.com is an online store that claims to have been in business for 3 years and has the most competitive prices. However, our look at what they do leads us to doubt that these claims are genuine. Don’t make a purchase here before you check out our findings.

Domain Details
Date of Registry2016-08-24
Main Details
Drugstore NameHealth-World
Regulatory Approvals
LegitScriptRogue status
Contact Info
Free Number+1-888-243-7406
Contact Form
Shipping Methods
Standard Mail
Express Delivery
Free Shipping
Payment Options
E-Check or Personal Check
American Express, Western Union

Domain Name Information

Checking the domain name database shows that this pharmacy was registered in 2016. This is longer than the many scam pharmacies, so this is a good sign.

registered in 2016

The owners of this pharmacy have chosen to use a privacy service to keep their details out of the domain records. The privacy service is located in the Netherlands, though it doesn’t necessarily mean that the owner is located there as well.

Business Profile

Looking on their website, we can see the business name DrTabl.com Ltd. is used. They do not, however, give us an address for where they operate from.

We also believe that the business name used is fake, as we are unable to find any reference to this limited company anywhere other than their own website. This increases the chances that the pharmacy is a scam that it would be better to not use.

Regulatory Approval

The pharmacy claims to have an international license that has been issued in 2018. However, the store doesn’t provide us with a link to check this international license or even tell us who administers it.

The reason for this lack of information about the international license is that it isn’t real. There is no such thing as an international pharmacy license, as different countries and jurisdictions have different levels of standards for online pharmacies.


Consequently, any claim of an international pharmacy license must be false.

When we check with LegitScript, we can see that the pharmacy is not rated highly. In fact, they are considered to be a rogue business without the correct accreditation to safely be supplying customers with medicine.

Medications Offered

The pharmacy appears to be selling generic medication that has been manufactured in India. It also seems that they are dispatched from India when you place an order, though they don’t give any exact details about this.

While they do claim that the manufacturers of the pills are correctly licensed, there’s no way of us knowing that. This could mean that the pills you receive from the store are low-quality.

Low-quality drugs might contain incorrect ingredients or amounts of ingredients. Either way, this could be a huge problem that will negatively affect your health.

Though they do offer a reasonable range of medications, including the following:

popular medicine
  • Heart disease
  • Pain relief
  • Blood pressure
  • Antidepressants
  • Men’s health

The prices on the pharmacy site are fairly low, though not the lowest. They also don’t reveal who the generic manufacturers are, a problem that increases the chances they are a scam selling low-quality meds.

Payment Methods

The pharmacy will take your money using the following options:

  • American Express
  • Discover Network
  • Visa
  • MasterCard

The transaction is completed on a different website that does appear to have some security. They do make claims of additional security from companies like Norton and McAfee, though we do believe these are fake.


The pharmacy’s standard airmail service costs $12.95, with delivery in as many as 3 weeks. The faster option, taking up to 9 business days, is their trackable service that costs $29.95. Free airmail delivery is available when you spend more than $200 with the drugstore.

DrTabl.com Reviews

There is a testimonials page for DrTabl.com reviews. However, when we read through these comments, we don’t get the impression that they are genuine.


For one thing, they are very similar to previous comments we have seen on other scam websites. They also rather strangely include the age of the person writing the comments, something we would not normally expect from customer feedback.


Looking at the things this pharmacy tells its customers, as well as the things it doesn’t, shows to us that they are a scam. Their claims of an international pharmacy license are fake, as are their customer testimonials, so how can we trust that their pills aren’t fake as well?

We suggest that you choose another pharmacy.

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