24h-medicinestore.com claims to sell quality medications at the lowest prices. They also say that they have over a million customers, so this means you can trust them, right? Actually, doing that would be a mistake, check our report to see why.
|Pharmacy Name||Happy Family Store|
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Domain Name Information
A small amount of information is in the database about ownership, and it tells us the owner is located in China. The business calls itself a Canadian pharmacy, so how can they claim that if they are really in China?
Business Contact Details
The store is using the business name Canadian Pharmacy Ltd. though this is a name we have seen many times previously, and it is fake. They don’t provide a Canadian contact business address and this isn’t surprising given the owner seems to be in China.
It seems like the store is claiming to be Canadian without anything to do with that country. Canada is well-known as a place where Americans can get cheap and reliable meds, so this store is claiming to be Canadian to get more sales.
This store is claiming that they have an international pharmacy license, though that can’t be true as there isn’t any such thing. International pharmacy licenses do not exist as different countries and jurisdictions have varying standards for online pharmacies.
Since there isn’t an international consensus over the rules that an online pharmacy should be following, there cannot be an international license. The fact that they are claiming regulation that doesn’t exist makes this store very likely to be a scam.
LegitScript also considers this pharmacy to be a rogue.
Meds on Sale
The business appears to be selling both brand and generic drugs. However, we can’t be sure if the brand drugs they are offering are really genuine.
Just because they say that the pills are brand doesn’t mean that they really are. They also claim to be Canadian and have an international license, both things that are untrue.
They do have a reasonable range of meds available, with a focus on men’s health pills. Also sold by the store include the following categories:
■ Pain relief
■ Healthy bones
■ Sleeping aids
While the store does appear to provide a lot of information about the pills that they are selling, some things are omitted. They are not saying where the pills are manufactured and by who for the generics. We also don’t know where the drugs are dispensed from, or even which country is involved.
This missing information makes the chances of the pills being low-quality all the more real. If the pills available are low-quality, they could contain the wrong ingredients, something that would be very bad for people relying on these treatments.
Payment for your meds takes place on another website that does have some level of security. Available options include:
■ Major credit cards
The store has two options for shipping. They have airmail that will cost $12.95 with delivery in about 2 or 3 weeks. They say that they cannot guarantee the exact shipping time, and this method does not include tracking.
The more expensive option for shipping is EMS costing $29.95. They claim an approximate shipping time of 5 to 9 business days. Tracking is provided with this shipping method. When you spend more than $200 you can choose either shipping option at no cost.
The store does have a testimonials page. The 24h-MedicineStore.com reviews found there might look real, but they are not.
We have seen these testimonials on other scam pharmacy websites, and they should not be trusted.
They are designed to make you think the pharmacy is reliable and that many other people have made a purchase. In reality, neither of these things are likely to be true, and it is just used as a way to try and convince people to make a purchase.
There seems to be no limit to what the owner of this pharmacy will lie about. They are lying about this being a Canadian pharmacy, they’re lying about having an international pharmacy license, and are they also lying about the quality of the pills?
All of these problems add up to confirm that this is a scam pharmacy you should not trust. We give them 20% of trust.