HappyFamilyMedStore.com is a drugstore that says they guarantee anonymity and sell drugs at reasonable costs. Is this the right pharmacy for you? We look at what this pharmacy does, discovering many problems.
|Date of Registry||2020-12-12|
|Drugstore Name||Happy Family Store|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
The domain name database for this pharmacy shows it has not been online or in business for long. Drugstores with a shorter history are more likely to be a scam, so things don’t appear very good for this website at the first stage.
The domain database shows that this has been registered by a private person located in Moscow, Russia. The fact that it’s been registered by a person rather than a business adds to the problems, and the location could add to suspicions as well.
On the website itself, the details found in the domain name database are not repeated. Instead, they appear to want us to believe that they are a Canadian pharmacy. The business name Canadian Pharmacy Ltd is used, though they don’t give us an address.
There aren’t any Canadian phone numbers on the website either, instead using US and UK phone numbers. This doesn’t mean that they are located in either of those countries, however.
This isn’t the first time we have seen a pharmacy like this, in fact, it is one of many mirror pharmacies. These stores sell the same pills and deceive their customers in the same way. These other pharmacies were shown to be scams, so this one is likely to be the same.
Other examples of this pharmacy store include:
There isn’t any indication that this pharmacy is currently regulated. They don’t mention regulatory approval or display any seals from associations.
It appears that this pharmacy does not have any regulatory approval and, therefore, is unlikely to be operating legally. LegitScript certainly agrees with this, classifying the business as a rogue. This indicates that the store doesn’t meet the standards it needs to in order to be safely selling medications to customers.
The pharmacy seems to be most interested in selling men’s health drugs, but they also sell other varieties including:
- Cholesterol meds
- Anti acidity
- Pain relief
Most of the products appear to be generic and the prices seem fairly low.
The product pages on the store miss some vital information that is a concern. While they do tell customers some information about pills being sold, they don’t say who has manufactured the generic drugs.
We also don’t know where these drugs are dispensed or if this is done by people who know what they’re doing. This puts customers at a greater risk of not getting the pills they expect from the pharmacy. This also means that the pharmacy is more likely to be a scam.
The checkout process occurs on a different website and you can pay with:
They do have basic security, but we can’t be sure things are completely secure as we don’t know who really runs the pharmacy.
Delivery of your medications is a choice between airmail and EMS. Airmail costs $12.95 with an expected delivery of 2 or 3 weeks. EMS takes 3 to 8 days and costs $29.95. Both of these are free when you spend more than $200 on the store.
They will also try to charge you $6.95 for delivery insurance which guarantees reshipment, though this is something that should be automatically included in the price.
You can find HappyFamilyMedStore.com reviews on their testimonials page. They give great feedback for the pharmacy, however, these comments are fake.
We know that these comments are fake because we have seen them on the other identical pharmacy stores. These comments are intended to make you think that the pharmacy is more reputable and reliable than they really are. Any real feedback about this pharmacy is unlikely to be as fantastic as the comments here.
There are considerable problems with this pharmacy that should put you off choosing them for your medications. Their problems include lack of regulation, lying about who they are and where they are, and low-quality medications.
They really aren’t a good pharmacy to choose.