Reviews – Fake Details

common view is a drugstore that promises the highest quality generic drugs. They also offer secure payments and a money-back guarantee but is this a drugstore that is worth your time? We look into what the store is selling and find many problems you need to be aware of before you buy.

Domain Details
Date of Registry2021-05-23
CountryUnited States
Main Details
Drugstore NameOnline Pharmacy
Regulatory Approvals
LegitScriptRogue status
Contact Info
Free Number+1-800-715-5341
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 domain name records shows that this pharmacy hasn’t been online for very long at all. Having only been registered for a short amount of time makes this pharmacy far more likely to be a scam.

registered in 2021

A domain privacy service has been used to keep the owner’s details out of the domain register. Though this doesn’t look great for the pharmacy, it doesn’t necessarily indicate that they are a scam.

Business Contact Details

There is an address on the contact page of the pharmacy showing that they are in the Czech Republic. While this might seem reassuring to know where the pharmacy is located, we have seen these details many times before on scam pharmacy websites.

The business name Europharm Group Inc. is used on the site, but we have seen this many times as well. Both the business name and address do not appear to be genuine, with no sign of this business appearing in official records.

Regulatory Approval

The pharmacy displays some regulatory seals from Canadian pharmacy associations. This is very strange given that they claim to be located in the Czech Republic.

Canadian pharmacy regulatory associations only cover Canadian pharmacies and not those in the Czech Republic or anywhere else. So when we check with one of the associations, CIPA, it isn’t a surprise to find that they are not a member.


When we check with LegitScript, we can see that they class the pharmacy as a rogue. This means that the pharmacy does not have the correct accreditation to be in business and selling medications where they do.

Medications Available

Best selling products on the pharmacy appear to be men’s health drugs, but they also offer some other treatments. Other product categories include:

  • Antibiotics
  • Herbals
  • Cholesterol
  • Muscle relaxants
  • Pain relief

Prices are low, but this isn’t always a great thing to discover. Lower prices could also mean the pills are of lower quality. Bearing in mind this pharmacy doesn’t provide much information about their medications, something that is often overlooked by less reliable drugstores, their lower prices are more of a risk.

They do not tell us where their medications are manufactured or where they are dispensed from. While they want you to believe their medicines are either dispensed in the Czech Republic or Canada, the truth is probably very different.


While they do not say directly where their medicines are dispensed from, it seems likely that these are Indian manufactured drugs. They mentioned in the small print about the Indian FDA, but don’t provide any further details about this or give any information that would prove this was true.

This lack of information increases the likelihood of this drugstore is in fact a scam.

Payment and Shipping

While the pharmacy is secure they don’t actually take payment for the medications on their own store’s pages. Instead, they send you to another website that offers the following transaction options:

  • Bitcoin
  • MasterCard
  • Visa

The pharmacy offers two options for shipping. You can choose between airmail and EMS. EMS is the faster option with a claimed shipment time of 3 to 8 days. Airmail could take 3 or 4 weeks to arrive with you but is cheaper costing $14.95, while EMS costs $29.95. Reviews

The store does have a testimonials page with many reviews, and customers seem very happy. However, these are fake customer testimonials that we’ve seen on many other websites, and they shouldn’t be trusted.


Any pharmacy that uses fake customer testimonials to encourage visitors to buy the site, is almost certainly a scam.


The pharmacy is using a fake business name and address, fake testimonials, and they are also trying to confuse where the medications are dispensed from.

All of these problems lead us to not recommend you use this pharmacy for your medical needs.

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