MyUSPharmacy.net is a pharmacy with an identity crisis, they name themselves a US pharmacy, but also say that they are in Canada. Aside from this confusion, should you put your trust in them for your next medical order? Our review of their services reveals many reasons not to, however.
|Date of Registry||2020-10-15|
|Drugstore Name||My US Pharmacy|
|LegitScript||Not in the database|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✔|
|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
The details in the domain records show that this pharmacy has been online for under a year. Such a short-lived website is less likely to be reliable and more likely to be a scam.
Details in the records show that the owner of this website is located in Georgia, United States. We aren’t given an address or an organization name, however, though this is frequently the case and doesn’t indicate a problem necessarily.
The pharmacy does give an operating address on its website. This address points to a location in Alabama.
When we check this address, however, we immediately discover a slight problem. The owner appears to have incorrectly spelled the name of the street the business is located. While this might simply be a typo, it could hint at a larger problem.
The address they give for their business shows no indication that this is a pharmacy, so we can’t be sure that this is their genuine business address. This could be a fake address that they are using to make themselves appear more reputable.
The pharmacy claims to have multiple certifications for their business. Seals from Pharmacy Checker, CIPA, IPABC, VIPPS, and BBB are displayed on the site. The obvious problem with these accreditations is that some are for Canada, but VIPPS is a US program.
Since this pharmacy gives an address in the USA and not Canada, why do they have regulatory seals for both countries? The obvious answer would seem to be that not all, or perhaps none, are genuine.
Checking with CIPA shows that this accreditation isn’t genuine, neither is their VIPPS claim, and we can’t find a Better Business Bureau page for them either. Fake and fraudulent claims of regulatory approval are a common problem with scam pharmacies, and this is what this drugstore is doing.
The pharmacy seems to be mostly selling generic drugs, though prices don’t seem to be the cheapest we see. Categories sold on the sites include:
- Men’s health
On the product pages, the pharmacy doesn’t reveal who the manufacturer of the generic drugs is.
This is a bit of a problem and means that we can’t be sure that the medications they sell are from reliable sources. If the pills are actually low-quality, it could mean that they don’t produce the expected results when you take them.
This could mean that your treatment doesn’t go to plan, with your health not making the improvement expected. It could lead to more problems and the requirement for more extreme measures to be needed to cure your condition.
The pages on the site are secure with an SSL certificate, and you have a few options to make your payment:
- Bank transfer
- Cash on delivery
They appear to have two options for shipping, either EMS or airmail. They give a delivery time of up to 50 business days for airmail, and EMS can take as long as 44 business days, though they expect delivery to be quicker than this in both cases.
The information page for this site gives prices for delivery in Czech koruna, perhaps an indication that the owner of the site is in the Czech Republic, instead of the US or Canada.
The pharmacy does have the option for customers to add reviews for the drugs they sell, though no one appears to have taken up this offer. They don’t have a testimonials page for MyUSPharmacy.net reviews, however, and we can’t find any on an independent site either.
This likely means that they haven’t had many customers or that they are good at deleting comments they don’t like. Either way, we can’t be sure how well this pharmacy operates.
There are many reasons to think that this drugstore is a scam, They don’t have any feedback, are fraudulently using regulatory seals, and we aren’t sure if their address is genuine.