Generic4All.com is a pharmacy that claims they are approved. But when we check, we can find no evidence that they are approved by anyone. This is a serious problem and just one of the issues we found with this drugstore.
|Origin Country||Czech Republic|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Domain Name Information
The database containing registration information for domain names shows us this pharmacy has only been in business for 3 years. While this is more time than many pharmacies we review, that isn’t all that long and means the pharmacy has less history of operating successfully.
Domain privacy is hiding the owner’s details. This might suggest that the pharmacy is more likely to be a scam, but it is inconclusive. A domain registrar in the Czech Republic was used, which might mean the owner is based in that country.
The drugstore doesn’t post their business address or even their business name on their website. This is a fairly large problem and indicates the store is very likely to be a scam.
The drugstore doesn’t have any regulatory seals displayed on the website. While they do say their pills are from FDA-approved companies, they don’t provide the details.
This shouldn’t be considered to be as good as regulation for the drugstore itself. And without regulation, the pharmacy isn’t going to be working to the high standards you would hope to find with your medicine supplier.
When we check with LegitScript, we find that they are considered to be a rogue store. While this isn’t surprising given what we’ve already seen, it certainly means that the pharmacy is more likely to be a scam.
Treatments on Sale
Most of the products for sale on the drugstore are generic. While the products are fairly low-priced, if you are ordering high values, that isn’t always a good thing.
No information is provided on the product page telling us who the manufacturer of the generic pills is. This might mean that they are lower quality and not manufactured in a consistent or reliable way.
If you do choose to purchase despite not knowing who the manufacturer of the new drugs is, they offer a fairly reasonable range of pills:
■ Eye drops
■ Motion sickness
■ Men’s health
The other problem is we also don’t know where the pills are dispensed from. The pharmacy really gives no indication as to where these medicines are dispensed. The reason they hide this information probably isn’t good either. The lack of transparency could mean that pills are dispensed from unlicensed facilities by people who are not qualified to deal with pharmaceuticals.
There is a chance that these pills are dispensed from India, but we are not sure. This increases the risks and makes them more likely to be a scam.
Payment and Shipping
The order process is completed on a different website that has some basic security. This payment page also claims other security from companies like McAfee. However, this is fake and a further indication that the store is a scam. When you click the links, the validation pages are for a different website.
If you still decide to continue with your purchase at this stage, you can pay using major credit cards.
When it comes to choosing your shipping method for your order, there is only one option on the pharmacy website. You will pay $30 for their tracked delivery option. However, the payment page gives you a second option of airmail delivery for $10.
The pharmacy does have a testimonials page. However, these Generic4All.com reviews don’t seem like genuine comments.
The first comment gives the age of the person supposedly writing it, which isn’t what you would normally expect from genuine feedback. It’s far too common to find fake customer testimonials on scam pharmacy stores. They do this because it encourages people to put trust in them and make a purchase.
There are many problems with this drugstore that clearly indicate to us that you shouldn’t make a purchase with them. The pharmacy lacks transparency, they don’t have any regulatory approval, and their payment gateway is even using fake security certification.
All of these problems could mean any purchase from this store ends up creating more things to worry about because of this business. We suggest you avoid this one, giving them just 20% of trust.