GoodRxMedicine.com is a pharmacy that promises the medications are dispensed by certified pharmacists and claims 24/7 support. We review what is provided by this drugstore, finding them to be far less than perfect.
|Date of Registry||2017-09-19|
|Country||Turks and Caicos Islands|
|Drugstore Name||Good Rx Medicine|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
Looking at the domain records shows this pharmacy has been online since September 2017. The longer a drugstore has been online, the more likely it is to be a reliable place you can trust, though this is a long way from the oldest pharmacy we have seen.
The records also give some information about who owns the pharmacy and where they are based, well that’s what they’re supposed to do anyway. In this case, the pharmacy has chosen to use a privacy service to hide these details from the records.
Checking on the pharmacy website doesn’t help us find out who owns the business. The store even has a page entitled “Who are we?” but still doesn’t reveal where they are located.
So if you are putting your trust in this pharmacy, you need to remember that they don’t want you to know where they are based.
The pharmacy gives us no indication that they have regulatory approval. They don’t display any regulatory seals, though they do say that the products are clinically tested and dispensed by certified pharmacists.
Despite this claim, they don’t provide any details that would show this is genuine. Any pharmacy can make a claim like this, but if they don’t support it with any actual evidence how can we really know if it is true.
When we check with LegitScript, we can see that they believe this pharmacy is actually a scam. They have given the pharmacy their lowest rating, classifying them as a rogue. This means that the pharmacy does not have the correct regulatory approval to be trading medication online.
The drugstore offers a small range of medications including the following:
- Men’s health
- Women’s health
- Beauty products
- Diabetes meds
The pharmacy appears to be selling mostly cheaper generic drugs, though these are a long way from the cheapest we’ve seen online.
They say this is guaranteed to be the best price, though it certainly isn’t. They also say that the products are genuine, so can we really trust them on that?
They also do not say where the medications are dispensed from or manufactured. These missing details mean that there are far more risks than there should be with this pharmacy. The only thing the pharmacy does say, in the small print, is that the pills come from India.
It increases the chances that the pills being sold by this store are actually low-quality drugs and not the high-quality you would want. This could lead to customers getting pills that do not feature the correct ingredients, and if that is the case, the consequences could be dire.
The pharmacy site is secure so that your details won’t be compromised. The pharmacy doesn’t say what their payment options are until you’ve already filled out several pages of details. And if you aren’t happy with the payment options available by that stage, it’s going to be annoying.
Shipping costs $20 with delivery in about 10 or 12 business days. When you spend more than $150 on the pharmacy site they will give you free shipping.
The pharmacy does not display any GoodRxMedicine.com reviews on their website, though we have been able to find a single customer comment. Someone has left a comment on Trustpilot and they weren’t happy with the answer they got.
Apparently, the pharmacy does not resend medications if they get stopped by customs. This is not what you would normally expect from a reputable drugstore and could further indicate that the company is a scam.
This pharmacy has many problems that should put you off the idea of purchasing pills from them. They do not have accreditation or tell us exactly where the medications are dispensed from. Both of these problems aren’t exactly what you should be looking for in a reputable pharmacy.
The store appears to not be legit, and we do not suggest you use them for your next medical order.