Heals-Rx.com is a store that says they only sell the highest quality generic drugs. They also claim over 7 years of experience and secure payments. Though this might seem great, are these claims really true? We take a look, finding many problems you need to know about.
|Date of Registry||2018-09-11|
|Drugstore Name||Canadian Drugstore|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
Domain name details for this store show that they have been online for nearly 4 years. There are usually more risks associated with pharmacies that haven’t been in business for long, and this store states that they have been in business for years longer than their domain name registration.
They are using domain privacy to hide their contact details. This is something that is frequently associated with scam drugstores, though it isn’t conclusive.
Business Contact Details
While this pharmacy appears to be a Canadian drugstore and claims to supply best-selling drugs from Canada, they give a business address in another country. This contradictory information is shown on their own website and makes them appear to be a scam.
They provide a business address in the Czech Republic and use the name Europharm Group Inc. We have seen these business details before and they are linked to other scam drugstores. We can’t even be sure that this is a real business address and their business name does not show up anywhere in official records.
It is likely that these business details are fake, further showing that this pharmacy is a scam.
The pharmacy does display some regulatory seals from a couple of Canadian associations. They also show a seal from an organization that doesn’t appear to be genuine. However, there are a few problems with the regulatory seals that are from real organizations.
It isn’t possible to click on the seals, and how could they be registered with these associations when they’re actually operating the store from the Czech Republic? The answer is that these things cannot all be correct, and the check with CIPA confirms that they are not registered with them.
When we check with LegitScript, the results are not good either. They are considered to be a rogue, which means they don’t have the accreditation they should to be selling drugs online.
The store offers mostly generics to their customers at quite low prices. Though their prices are not the lowest we have ever seen, they do offer a fairly good range of meds:
- Pain relief
- Muscle relaxants
- Blood pressure
- Men’s health
The pharmacy lacks information about who has manufactured these generics, which is a problem that could mean they are not high-quality. Low-quality medication could contain the wrong ingredients that could cause unexpected results for customers.
On top of this, we also don’t know where they are dispensing the medication from. This might mean they are dispatched from countries you don’t expect, particularly since the pharmacy is pretending to be Canadian. It is highly unlikely that they are actually selling or dispensing pills in Canada.
They are only claiming to be Canadian as it makes them seem more trustworthy. The reality is that we don’t know where they are operating from, making them more likely to be a scam.
Payment and Shipping
Payment is taken on another website that does include some security. They offer 3 choices for payment:
Airmail delivery costs $14.95, though shipping could take a month. If you want faster delivery, EMS will cost you $29.95, which is expected to take 3 to 8 business days and also includes tracking.
The store offers a testimonials page that appears to show comments from happy customers. However, these Heals-Rx.com reviews are not real. They have also been displayed on many other scam pharmacy websites, and they have nothing to do with the likely experience you will receive if you place an order with this pharmacy.
Fake testimonials are not a good sign and likely means that the store isn’t a trustworthy place to order.
Choosing to purchase your meds from this pharmacy could turn out to be a big mistake. They don’t have any genuine regulation, and are lying about being members of Canadian associations. The customer feedback is also fake, and they don’t provide the information they should about their business.
All of these problems could badly affect you if you decide to purchase from them.