Reviews – Alarming Problem

common view is a pharmacy that wants you to believe they only sell the highest quality drugs. They also boast of money-back guarantees and secure payments. But should you place your trust in them? No, read on to find out why.

Domain Details
Date of Registry2016-03-21
CountryIndia or China
Main Details
Drugstore NameOnline Pharmacy
Regulatory Approvals
LegitScriptRogue status
Contact Info
Free Number+1-800-715-5341
Contact Form
Shipping Methods
Standard Mail
Express Delivery
Free Shipping
Payment Options
E-Check or Personal Check
American Express, Western Union

Domain Name Information

Checking the domain name database for shows the pharmacy address has been registered for 5 years. This is longer than many pharmacies we see, so it could be an indication that they are less likely to be a scam.

registered in 2016

We do not have any address details for the owner of the pharmacy in this registration information. Instead, a domain proxy service has been used to hide these details, and this can look suspicious.

Business Profile

When we go to the pharmacy site, we start to see a lot of things that seem very familiar to us, and one of those is the business contact information.


The business name Europharm Group Inc. has turned up on many other scam pharmacies and isn’t genuine.

They also give an address in the Czech Republic, which though we believe is genuine, we doubt they have offices there. We don’t really know who owns this pharmacy, but we doubt they are located at the address they give.

Mirror Pharmacies

We have seen this drugstore many times before, only uploaded using different domain names. However, everything else is the same.

This is not a good thing to find as the other pharmacies were scams, so this one is incredibly likely to be the same. Other examples of mirror pharmacies out there include:

These pharmacies look identical and are selling the same products for the same prices. We don’t know, however, if they are owned by the same person or not.

Regulatory Approval

This pharmacy doesn’t display any indication of having regulatory approvals to ensure they are doing things correctly. This is a problem we also find on the other mirror pharmacies and could create an alarming problem for customers.

Lack of regulation means we don’t know if the people working for this pharmacy are qualified enough to dispense medications, for example.


A check with LegitScript tells us that this pharmacy is not doing things the way it should be. They consider the pharmacy to be a rogue business that doesn’t meet their verification standards.

Pills Being Sold

The pharmacy appears to be selling generic medications at low prices. But while these low prices might be attractive, you need to consider whether this is a reliable source or not.

men's health drugs

The main focus of the website would appear to be men’s health, though other available product types include:

  • Cholesterol lowering
  • Blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Pain relief

Whichever category of medications you choose to purchase from this store, there have to be doubts over the quality of the pills you will actually get. We also can’t be sure exactly where these pills are being dispensed from.

Since we believe that the address used on the pharmacy site is fake, where are medications being dispensed from? It probably isn’t the Czech Republic and is more likely to be from India or even China. This can only be a guess, however, since the pharmacy isn’t providing reliable information about anything.

Payment Methods

When you checkout from this pharmacy, you will be sent to another website to process your payment. This new site does have basic security though their claims of more security measures are not supported with evidence we can check. However, if you do choose to purchase you can pay using:

  • MasterCard
  • Bitcoin
  • Visa


The pharmacy is offering you two options for shipping. Choose between airmail or EMS. EMS is the more expensive option but does include tracking and is faster. EMS will cost you $29.95, and airmail costs you $14.95, though airmail has a delivery time of two to four weeks. Reviews

There is a testimonials page that has plenty of reviews. Though just like their identical cousins, these customer comments are fake.


We know this because we have read them many times before on other scam pharmacies and not just the mirrors mentioned earlier.


There are problems with this pharmacy at every turn and little doubt that they are a scam. They have no regulatory approval, they’re using fake business details, and we don’t even know where the pills are coming from.

All in all, we found nothing to suggest that this pharmacy is worth your time.

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