GenericDay.com is a pharmacy that offers to customers the chance to great deals on approved meds. They say that they have around-the-clock support, and a money-back guarantee, but is this really a pharmacy you should choose? We review the services they offer and find that things could be better.
|Date of Registry
|not in the database
|E-Check or Personal Check
|American Express, Western Union
Domain Name Information
Details shown in the domain records tell us that this business has been around for over 2 years. While this isn’t a really long time, it is longer than many scam pharmacies we see.
We would normally expect to find some info about who is operating this pharmacy and where they are located, in the records. However, they have chosen to use a domain privacy service to hide these details.
They don’t provide information about where they are located, but they do give some other information. They say that they have been in business since 2016, which is strange given the domain name for the business was only registered in 2018.
Perhaps they changed domain names, but that isn’t a good indication of a reliable business. Normally, the only reason pharmacies like this change their domain name is because they have got the attention of government agencies that have shut them down.
They don’t have any regulatory seals to suggest they are following the rules when selling their pills. There is a seal that says “Protected by DMCA”, but this isn’t regulation and only means that the text on the site is protected from being copied.
Checking with LegitScript we find that they aren’t considered very reliable. The association has checked only to find that they don’t operate following the regulations they should.
The store is mostly selling generic pills with prices that are average. They do give a name of where the pills are manufactured and provide some other information as well.
Nowhere on the site do they let us know exactly where the pills are dispensed from, however. They only hint at the meds coming from India, and this could mean that the pills are coming from an unreliable source. The danger here is quite significant and it could lead to customers not getting what they expect.
There is a chance that you won’t get the pills that you try to order, and it is mistakes like this that can do a lot of damage to people’s health.
They do say that you can email or upload your prescription to them. However, we can’t be sure if they actually make sure the prescription is valid with every order. Since the pharmacy is following regulatory standards, this might be ignored and only be for show.
The checkout of the store is secure and you can pay using either of the following:
- Major credit cards
They do have some questions for their customers to answer along with providing information about your doctor, when you go through the checkout on the store.
Delivery is free on orders over $249. Otherwise, you will have to pay $30 to get your pills. They claim shipping will normally take between 8 and 10 business days to arrive at your home.
There are many GenericDay.com reviews available on sites like Trustpilot. These show that they have many happy customers and they appear to be genuine.
While most of the feedback is positive there is a lot of 1-star feedback as well. Some of the negative comments tell a story of missing orders and arguments with customer support.
Despite these negative comments, the majority are very positive towards the pharmacy. It is clear that they do ask customers to leave comments and there could be some form of incentive to do this, like a discount on future orders. We don’t know this for sure, however.
There are many problems with this pharmacy, but not everything we find suggests that they are a scam. They do seem to have many happy customers suggesting they are reliable. But they lack any regulation and we don’t know who is operating the store.
This mixed bag of findings leads us to a low rating. Not the worst you could use, but there are much better.