FamilyPillsStore.com is a pharmacy that offers 24/7 support and high-quality meds. They say that their pills come from world-renowned supplies and the prices are low. We look further into what they are offering customers only to find not everything is as it might first appear.
|Date of Registry||2020-05-04|
|Drugstore Name||Happy Family Store|
|LegitScript||Not in the database|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
We can see from the domain name records that this store hasn’t been around for very long. The site address has been registered for less than a month, and this increases the risks that this pharmacy will be a scam operation.
They are also using domain privacy to make sure their registration information can’t be seen. This is something reputable businesses often do as well, but it doesn’t help the feeling that this isn’t the best pharmacy to purchase your meds from.
The pharmacy uses the name “HappyFamilyStore” in their site logo which we have seen a few times before on other pharmacy sites.
They don’t give a business address though do use the company name “Canadian Pharmacy Ltd”, again this is a name we have seen on other scam sites before.
The lack of a business address is a concern. They are trying to appear to be a Canadian business with the company name they are using, but we don’t believe this to be a genuine name as there are no official records of it.
We have seen a few identical pharmacies to this one before now. They are selling the same products and providing the same information, though we don’t know if they are operated by the same people.
Finding mirror stores like this isn’t great but it is common with scam pharmacies. They frequently upload the same template store on different domain names to try to attract as many customers as they can.
While the store claims to sell only the highest quality drugs, they don’t offer any indication that they have regulatory approval for the service they provide. There aren’t any regulatory seals and they don’t claim to be accredited.
This means that they are doing business without a framework of standards to keep customers safe when buying pills from the pharmacy.
Pills on Sale
They say that they are selling brand and generic pills to customers. Though what they don’t say is where the pills are being dispensed from or who has manufactured them.
This omission means that the chances of the pills they sell being low-quality or even counterfeit, are considerably higher. This is a frequent problem with scam pharmacies and means that you could be putting your health at great risk by relying on this pharmacy to provide your medications.
They specifically state that you don’t need to provide a valid prescription for any of the drugs you want to buy. While this might appear to be a good thing, it could very easily lead to people purchasing meds with aren’t right for their condition or that interact badly with other pills they are also taking.
This store makes you complete your transaction on a different website. The other site does have some security to make sure your card details aren’t intercepted when you submit them. They allow you to purchase using the following means of payment:
- Major credit cards
The delivery of your pills is through either airmail or EMS. The EMS or express mail will cost you $29.95 with delivery expected in 5 to 9 business days. Airmail is going to cost you $12.95 and they say that delivery is going to take 2 or 3 weeks. Shipping is free when you spend more than $200 on medication with them.
When checking the FamilyPillsStore.com reviews on their testimonial page, it appears that they are providing a great service to customers. However, bearing in mind all of the other things we have learned about the store, and how new the site is, it is very unlikely that these are genuine customer comments.
Fake feedback is used to convince you that they are trustworthy so that you make a purchase on the store. Though since they are using fake feedback, they aren’t very trustworthy.
The pharmacy is a mirror of other stores and they aren’t giving any information about who they are or where they do business.
They also lack regulation, and this Happy Family Store is clearly happy to deceive their customers.