Pharmacitec.com is a drugstore that boasts of having over a million customers. They also promise the lowest prices in the world and speedy delivery. But are these big claims they make true? Our review finds out.
|Date of Registry||2021-03-10|
|Drugstore Name||Happy Family Store|
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|American Express, Western Union||✖|
Domain Name Information
A look at the domain name records for this pharmacy shows that they haven’t been in business for very long at all. The site address has only been registered for a few months and this makes it very likely that the store is a scam. This also makes their claim of having over a million customers truly ridiculous.
Adding to this suggestion is the realization that the owner of this pharmacy has chosen to use domain privacy to hide their real details. While this can be used by reputable businesses it is all too often used by scammers intent on hiding from their customers and the authorities.
The business name Canadian Pharmacy Ltd is provided on the site, but no address is given for the company. They have both US and UK telephone numbers and an online form if you need to contact them.
We have seen this business name many times previously, though finding it here isn’t a good thing. It is a fake business name that isn’t registered officially anywhere. And while you might assume that the business name suggests that this is a Canadian business, that is unlikely to be the real situation.
The truth of the matter is that we do not know in which country this pharmacy is based, but it is unlikely to be Canada. Claiming to be located in a different country to the one they are really in marks this pharmacy out as being a scam.
The pharmacy doesn’t indicate that they are correctly regulated through any regulatory seals shown anywhere on the store. This could mean that the pharmacy isn’t operating legally. But since we don’t know where they are operating from we can’t be sure what rules they should be following.
They are selling both brand and generic medications with a particular focus on the men’s health market. The prices on the pharmacy seem quite low but we have seen better.
Other product categories include the following:
- Hair loss
- Heart disease
- Pain relief
The product pages on the pharmacy, however, are lacking something. They do have a lot of information, but they don’t give any details of who has manufactured the generic drugs or where they are dispensed from.
This increases the chances that the pills they are selling are low-quality meds. Relying on pills that haven’t been manufactured by reputable pharmaceutical companies, is a huge risk. The pills could contain the wrong ingredients or not the amount of active ingredients they should do.
The consequences of taking pills like that could be quite serious. Producing negative effects on your health that are difficult to predict. Though people go online to make savings on medications, they don’t want or expect to harm their health more.
Transactions on this pharmacy site take place on a different website completely. This other website is secure, however, and you can pay through the following means:
Delivery from this pharmacy the choice between airmail and EMS. Airmail is expected to take between 2 and 3 weeks to arrive at a cost of $12.95. EMS will cost $29.95 with delivery in around 3 to 8 days. Though if you spend more than $200 on pills from the store, you will get free shipping through either method.
The pharmacy does have a testimonials page. The Pharmacitec.com reviews found on the site are very unlikely to be genuine, however.
Since the pharmacy is only 2 months old, it is completely unbelievable that they would have this much positive feedback. It seems likely that these comments have been taken from other sites and bear no relation to the service you might actually expect if you place an order on this pharmacy.
The problems with this pharmacy are considerable, firmly suggesting that this is a scam. They have no regulatory approval, we don’t know where the pills are being dispensed from, or who is selling them.
The pharmacy has chosen to try to deceive their customers at every stage.