Meds4Go.com is a pharmacy that claims to be a leading generic online pharmacy. They say they are reliable and offer exclusive products to customers. We look at the deals they offer to customers, finding some problems you should be aware of.
|Date of Registry||2021-03-24|
|Drugstore Name||Meds 4 Go|
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Domain Name Information
Domain name information shows that this pharmacy hasn’t been in business for long. Their website address has only been registered for under a year, and this increases the risk that they are a scam.
There is a small amount of information in the domain database about where this business is based. This tells us that they are located in Gujarat, India.
On the pharmacy site, they do give an address in Mumbai, India. They don’t, however, give a business name other than their website address.
It is difficult to check on addresses in India, and we cannot confirm whether this is a genuine business location or not.
The pharmacy does not offer us any details of the regulation they have acquired. They don’t have any regulatory seals and only go as far as saying that the pills they sell are manufactured in facilities approved by the World Health Organization. They don’t provide any information to support this claim, however.
When we look for the finding of LegitScript, we can see they have problems with his pharmacy. They have only given the lowest possible rating to this pharmacy, that of a rogue business. This suggests that the store is more likely to be a scam that doesn’t have the correct regulation to sell medications online.
The pharmacy is selling a fairly reasonable range of Indian generic drugs. Despite generic drugs normally being cheap, the prices on this pharmacy aren’t too competitive.
Treatments offered by this story include:
- Men’s health drugs
- Influenza treatments
- Cancer meds
The pharmacy does say who has manufactured the generic drugs, which is good, but we aren’t able to confirm they are dispensed by people properly qualified to do. This could mean that mistakes are made with the medicines sent out to customers.
The drugstore’s transaction pages are secure, and they allow you to pay with major credit cards through PayPal.
Shipping is expensive at $40. This is their flat-rate fee for delivery, and the pharmacy isn’t clear on how long it will take for you to get your medications if you do place an order. They will only stay shipping time will depend on your local delivery service, this is after they have spent 1 or 2 days preparing your order for dispatch.
You will get free shipping from this pharmacy when you spend more than $199, and they will also give you 10% off your first order to encourage you to purchase.
They are collecting customer feedback on Trustpilot as well as posting some feedback on their own website. On the pharmacy site, it says that they have 250 Meds4Go.com reviews on Trustpilot, with an average rating of 4.6 out of 5.
But when you actually go to Trustpilot, you can see they only have 28 customer reviews. Perhaps this is just a mistake, but it doesn’t look very good.
Of the feedback they do have, most people are very happy with the service, and they only have one person giving a 1-star review. This person did not get their meds delivered to them as expected, understandably leaving a negative review in response.
Claiming to be in the United States
Another problem we have noticed with their reviews is that they have claimed their Trustpilot page and they give their contract address as United States. Perhaps they want their customers to believe they are located in the USA, but the truth is they are in India.
They have intentionally said they are in the United States when claiming their Trustpilot page, and it’s something else that increases the chances of them being a scam.
While this pharmacy is doing a few things right, we still have our concerns. They do not have any regulation, and they are trying to be deceptive over where they are located in some ways.
There are better and more legit pharmacies out there.