Family24Rx.com is a pharmacy that wants you to believe that they are a Canadian business that has your best interests at heart. But is it a good idea to place your trust in this business? Our look at what this company has to offer suggests that would be a mistake.
|Date of Registry||2019-11-29|
|Drugstore Name||Happy Family Store|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
Looking at the domain name information for this pharmacy tells us that they have only been online for just over a year. Such a short-lived pharmacy business is more likely to be a scam.
There is a small amount of information in the domain name records about where this business is based, and it tells us they are in Hong Kong.
The main title of this website says this is a Canadian pharmacy, however, as we have previously shown, this isn’t true. Since the domain name has been registered by someone in Hong Kong, the claim that this is a Canadian pharmacy is highly unlikely.
They also use the business name Canadian Pharmacy Ltd, and while this might appear legitimate, we have seen this with so many other scam pharmacy stores. There is also no sign of this in official Canadian government records, so it appears to be a fake business name.
We’ve seen a number of almost identical pharmacies to this one, before. This Happy Family Store template has been used by many other scam pharmacies. Naturally, this makes this store very likely to be a scam as well.
Other mirror stores we have seen include:
This pharmacy doesn’t have any regulatory seals anywhere to be found on their site. If it’s really Canadian business, we would expect to find seals from associations like CIPA. It is likely, however, that this pharmacy is really operated from Hong Kong.
Looking at the LegitScript site, we can see that they have reviewed this pharmacy and their findings aren’t great. They have given the store their lowest possible result of a rogue pharmacy. This means that the store doesn’t have the correct regulation in place to safely and legally sell their medication to their customers.
The best-selling pills on this store are, apparently, men’s health drugs, but they aren’t the only products sold, they also sell:
- Blood pressure meds
- Sleeping aids
When checking the product pages for the pills sold on this pharmacy site, there are a few problems. They don’t provide any information about where the generic pills are manufactured or who is dispensing the medication.
This means that we don’t know where the meds are manufactured or dispensed. This could mean that the pills are from unregulated sources that are supplying drugs that don’t contain the correct ingredients. If this really is the case, you could face serious consequences to your attempt to save some money on medication.
Payment is taken on a different website that does have some security, and you can pay through the following methods:
- Mastercard or Visa
- Bitcoin and Ethereum
When you order from this pharmacy, you can choose between airmail and express mail. Express is the more expensive option, costing $29.95, but you can expect to get your pills a lot quicker. Express delivery is said to take 5 to 9 business days and you will also get a tracking number.
Airmail will cost $12.95, with delivery in about 2 or 3 weeks. A tracking number isn’t available with airmail, and both shipping methods are free if you spend more than $200 in the pharmacy.
There is a testimonial page containing many good Family24Rx.com reviews. These same customer feedback messages are also found on the other mirror sites and are fake.
They are used to try and convince you that this pharmacy store is somewhere you should trust with your medical supplies. Don’t believe these fake customer reports.
This pharmacy is pretending to be something it isn’t. The owners of this store would like you to think they are a Canadian business, but they’re not. This is a mirror store that has no regulation and is using fake customer feedback to try and con you.
There is little doubt that this pharmacy is trying to scam you.