HerpoPharmacy.com claims to be a real pharmacy selling quality medications at low costs. However, when we check the details, we don’t find many things that are real about the store.
|Date of Registry||2019-12-15|
|Drugstore Name||Pharmacy Herpo|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
Domain name information for this pharmacy tells us they have been in business for under two years. This makes them more likely to be a scam pharmacy without a successful track record of many happy customers.
There are some details in the records about the name and address of the person who owns this pharmacy. The name “faid ombo” is provided in the registrant contact and they give an address in Williston, Ohio.
However, when we check the address they give here, it doesn’t appear to exist. The ZIP code only relates to a small area and the street doesn’t exist within it. This appears to be a fake address which is common with scam pharmacies, and a breach of the rules when registering a domain name.
There is a business address given prominently throughout the pharmacy website. However, this address appears to lack a street giving only 107-95 West Brooklyn, USA. Checking these details shows that this address has been used for many other pharmacies, and also gives us a street address of Prospect Park.
Though when we actually look for 107 Prospect Park, we can find 106 and 108, and there is only another street in between them. There is no 107, and this is another fake address.
The pharmacy provides no information to show that they are correctly approved by regulators to operate. This means that the pharmacy’s standards are naturally going to be lower, and the medication they are selling could be low-quality or worse.
LegitScript has looked into this pharmacy and it isn’t a great surprise for us to find that they don’t have a good word to say about them. They give the online store a rating of rogue, suggesting it doesn’t have the correct accreditation to being business and selling meds in the countries they do.
There aren’t many pills available from this pharmacy and they aren’t what we normally expect to find. Many of the drugs they offer are pills that are frequently misused used like opioids, and certainly, need prescriptions.
When checking the product pages, though they do give a lot of information, it isn’t necessarily useful information though. They provide a lot of product names of brands that may be familiar but aren’t too clear on who has manufactured their pills.
Also, there isn’t any information about where the meds are dispensed from, though if they did give an address it would likely be fake anyway.
The pharmacy site is secure and you can pay through the following possibilities:
- Western Union
- Bank transfer
If you want to use the bank transfer option, however, you will need an order value of at least $300 to qualify.
There are two options when it comes to shipping. You can choose from their standard flat rate shipping option costing $17, or overnight shipping costing $40. If you spend more than $500 on medications from this pharmacy they give you free shipping.
The pharmacy does not provide any HerpoPharmacy.com reviews on their store outside of their product pages. While this is better than nothing, customers are likely to be talking about the medication they have purchased rather than the service provided by the store.
All of the customer feedback give the store 5 stars, though this doesn’t seem quite right somehow. A check of the dates shows that many of the only 10 customer feedback comments for this particular product, were made on the same day.
With only 10 customer feedback messages, the chances of multiple customers making comments on the same day is very unlikely. Reading through the comments, it seems likely that they have been written by the same person. This makes it more likely that these comments are fake.
This pharmacy is faking a lot of things, including their addresses and probably their customer feedback. This all gives the appearance of a scam pharmacy, and we are left wondering what else are they faking.
Perhaps the medication they sell is also fake. We don’t recommend this pharmacy.