ProMedPills.com is an online pharmacy with many special offers to entice customers. They seem to have a lot of good feedback and regulatory approvals. Our investigation finds that this is one big lie, however, which could cost you dearly if you choose to use this drugstore.
|Date of Registry
|for orders above $300 (Courier)
for orders over $150 (Airmail)
|E-Check or Personal Check
|American Express, Western Union
Domain Name Information
A look into the domain name records for this pharmacy shows that they have been operating since 2015. This is longer than most scam pharmacies stay online for so this could be a good sign.
We can also see from the domain records that the owner has used a Dutch registrar and they have chosen to use a domain privacy service. The use of a domain privacy service means that we can’t see who has registered the domain or where they are in the world.
Since the owner of this pharmacy is using a registrar in Holland it would be fair to assume that they are in that country. Strange then, that this store claims to be a Canadian pharmacy, with that claim as their main site logo.
Business Contact Details
They provide a Canadian address on their contact page. This seems to be a good thing to find and makes this pharmacy store appear to be operated by a legitimate business.
However, if you mail something to that address don’t expect a reply, it doesn’t exist. A check online shows that this street doesn’t actually exist in Montreal. Why would a pharmacy give, what appears to be, a fake address? Probably because they are running a scam operation.
This store provides seals on their homepage for a few regulatory associations.
These include CIPA, the Department of Health and Human Service, Pharmacy Checker, and the Better Business Bureau. This would seem to be great, but since we found them lying about their location it would be foolish to take them at their word over this regulation.
You should be able to click on these seals and be taken to the regulatory site to confirm that they are members. You can click on these seals but it only opens a page within the pharmacy site. This is not what should happen and indicates a problem.
Let’s take a look at the BBB accreditation. They have a certificate which has the BBB logo and their address with a rating of A+.
When we go to the BBB site to confirm this information we find that there are two entries in their database for “Canadian Pharmacy”. Both of the entries are for the same business “Candrug” and not for this pharmacy site. They are fraudulently claiming to have accreditation from BBB.
Checks with the other regulatory associations they claim to be members with, also show that they are not genuine members. This means that they are quite willing to lie and commit fraud when operating their business.
LegitScript confirms this lack of any genuine regulation.
They sell both generic and brand types of drugs with a focus on the men’s health market. They say that their products are shipped from India and the US though provide no evidence for this.
Despite their special offers, the prices aren’t the cheapest we see, however.
Payment and Shipping
Besides all the other problems we have shown with this pharmacy, using their checkout is another major issue which you should avoid. Their checkout page is insecure and means that your payment information could be stolen when you try to pay. This lack of a very basic level of precautions means that this pharmacy is not only unprofessional but they also risk your financial information being stolen.
If you take the highly risky choice of trying to purchase, they accept payment through:
- Visa and Mastercard
- Diners Club
There are two options for shipping if you are in the US, airmail and courier. Courier is only for US customers at a cost of $25 with the expected delivery in 8 to 14 days. Airmail costs $15 and will take 10 to 21 days. Free shipping is provided on orders over the value of $150.
When we look at the ProMedPills.com reviews found on this site there seems to be something wrong. They are very generic and are more focused on the drugs sold rather than the service provided by the pharmacy.
These customer testimonials are fake and show up on other pharmacy sites as well.
This drugstore is lying from start to finish. They have fake regulation and fake customer feedback. We don’t even know if this business is based in Canada, though it seems unlikely.