Family-Drugs.com tells us that they are a pharmacy business that’s been around for more than 9 years. They also claim to put customers’ safety first while offering millions of pills without prescriptions. If you find these claims enticing, you really need to check our report before you buy.
|Date of Registry||2015-12-21|
|Drugstore Name||№1 Online Pharmacy|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
Details in the domain name register show this pharmacy has been online for nearly 6 years. This is longer than a lot of pharmacies we see and could be an indication that they are more reliable.
There is some information in the domain records about who owns this pharmacy, but it only tells us that they are located in London, United Kingdom.
Despite this website address being registered to someone in the UK, there are some indications that the pharmacy wants you to believe that they are Canadian. Though when we look further into the details given on this website, it appears that they are really dispensing the medications from India.
If you want to contact the business, they only provide some phone numbers and no postal address. You can also fill out their online form, but whichever method you choose, there is a low chance of them being responsive.
Though wherever they are located, they don’t provide any details about regulation. There are certain legal requirements that pharmacies have to follow if they are based in the UK or Canada, but this pharmacy isn’t following either.
A check with LegitScript proves this point. They give the pharmacy a status of rogue, meaning that they do not have the correct accreditation to legally be selling meds online.
Medications on Sale
Best-selling pills in the pharmacy appear to be men’s health drugs. Though their prices are fairly low, we have seen better. Most generic drugs are being sold by this pharmacy, and they do provide their customers with a fair amount of information about the medications. But some details are missing.
Their product range also includes:
- Beauty products
We don’t know exactly where this pharmacy is based, and we also don’t know where the meds are dispensed from, which is a problem. However, there are hints that the pills are manufactured in India, though no exact information is offered.
This could very well mean that the medications they sell to customers are actually low-quality. Low-quality drugs are a potential hazard to customers’ health, lacking the safety measures normally in place for high-quality medicines.
All of these details together paint the picture of a scam pharmacy that puts its profits ahead of customers’ health.
If you do make the choice to purchase from this pharmacy, you might have some difficulty. In order to complete the transaction, you are sent to a different website, and when we tested this, the billing page was down.
This is not what you would expect from a professional pharmacy site, and further indicates that this store is probably a scam. The main pharmacy site says that they accept credit cards as well as Bitcoin, though we can’t confirm this.
They don’t offer a choice for shipping, only offering their standard airmail service. This will cost you $10 with the expected delivery in 3 or 4 business weeks. Shipping is free when you spend more than $150 on the site.
The pharmacy does have a page full of plenty of positive feedback comments. However, these Family-Drugs.com reviews are very unlikely to be genuine.
For example, one of the customer comments gives an order date in 2006, fully 9 years before we know this pharmacy ever existed. This makes it appear that the pharmacy has taken or stolen these comments from another website.
While it is normally a great idea to check other customer comments before you decide to place an order with a pharmacy, that isn’t the case here. It would be easy to be impressed by the feedback comments displayed on the testimonials page of this pharmacy site, but in doing so, you would be falling for a scam.
We have uncovered many problems with this pharmacy from almost the very beginning, and there is little doubt that this store is a scam. They do not have a business name or address on the pharmacy, and they don’t have any accreditation either.
These details and more indicate that choosing to purchase from this store would likely be an unwise risk.