ED-Trust.com is a drugstore which wants you to think they are a professional pharmacy offering quality pills. They even have the word “trust” in the name, so they must be trustworthy, right? Our review of their services finds many flaws in their operation which will cause you problems should you make the mistake of putting your trust in them.
|Date of Registry||2015-04-24|
|Drugstore Name||Online Pharmacy|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✔|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
When checking with the domain name register, we can see that a Chinese registrar was used to create the domain name.
It was registered in 2015 with less than a year to run before renewal. Shorter domain histories tend to suggest that the store is more likely to be a scam.
While there isn’t any information in the records about who owns the pharmacy site, since we do know that Chinese business is involved it seems probable that the owner is also based in that country.
Unfortunately, this pharmacy isn’t new to us. There are a number of other stores which are exactly the same as this one. These other mirror drugstores are selling the same pills at the same prices. Just a few of the mirror sites we know about:
This isn’t a good sign of a reputable business, with the other mirrors not being trustworthy either. We don’t know if the same person or business owns all of these sites or not.
There isn’t any information about the business which runs this site given anywhere. This leaves us to suspect that the owner of the pharmacy is based in China as per the domain name records.
China has an unfortunate association with creating fake and counterfeit products, and medication isn’t exempt from this. There is a worldwide issue with low-quality meds and using this pharmacy could increase your chances of receiving such products.
There aren’t any regulatory seals to be found on the store’s pages. Neither do they mention operating within any regulatory rules. The lack of regulation increases your risks when choosing to put your trust in this pharmacy.
When we look to the conclusion of LegitScript we find that they have given the store their lowest rating. The rogue classification means that they believe the pharmacy operates outside of the law in their supplying of pills.
The best selling products on the site appear to be the men’s health drugs. They offer both the generic and brand names for a few different product types.
They don’t tell you where the pills are manufactured or even where they are dispensed from.
This means that the likelihood of low-quality pills being sold by this store is high. The drugs might be manufactured in China to no quality standards, we simply have no idea.
The pharmacy’s main pages aren’t secure, but when going through the checkout process you find yourself on a different website anyway. This other site does have the basic level of security to make sure your personal and financial information doesn’t go missing. They will take your money using the following methods:
- Credit card
This pharmacy offers you two choices when it comes to shipping. There is airmail or courier. Courier will cost you $30 with the benefit of a tracking number and speedier delivery. Airmail only costs $10 but delivery can take 3 weeks.
Customer feedback is included on retail websites to show that other customers had a good experience with the business. This will make you think that placing an order with the store will also go well. It is for this reason, that fake customer feedback is often found on scam pharmacy sites.
When we check the ED-Trust.com reviews page on this site we quickly realize that the comments are fake. They are the same as the testimonials found on the other mirror stores and can’t be genuine.
Since this store is one of many mirror sites, you won’t be surprised by our poor pharmacy rating. They lack any regulation and don’t want to let us know who or where they are in the world. We don’t know where the meds are dispatched from either and this presents a great risk to customers. You will be much better off avoiding this anonymous scam pharmacy.