Highstreetpharma.com is a pharmacy that claims to guarantee satisfaction with the world’s lowest prices. They also claim to guarantee delivery and sell only FDA approved drugs. We investigate what this pharmacy is offering to customers to find out if these promises are really fulfilled.
|Origin Country||United States|
|Pharmacy Name||High Street Pharma|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Domain Name Information
This pharmacy has been online since September 2019. Stores with less of a track record are liable to be a greater risk to their customers and more likely to be a scam.
The privacy of the owner of this store has been maintained through a privacy service. This doesn’t look great, but it could be innocent and might have been included when the domain was registered.
The pharmacy does say that they are an EU store, but they don’t give us an address. However, they do say that they have been in business for 2 years, which is supported by the information found in the domain name records.
The pharmacy has a modern website that appears to function correctly. The store even has a ticker scroll across the top of the screen providing the latest information to customers.
Their SSL certificate covers the whole site and ensures that any data you fill out on forms on the site will be encrypted. All these points are the sort of things you would expect from a reliable drugstore.
Any pharmacy that operates in the EU needs to follow the common EU distance selling regulations. This involves displaying a particular seal that includes the country flag of where the pharmacy is based.
Not only is the regulatory seal not displayed on the pharmacy website, but we also don’t even know which country flag it should have on it. These two problems make this pharmacy considerably more likely to be a scam.
LegitScript has looked into what this pharmacy does, and it isn’t at all too surprising to find that they consider them to be a rogue. This isn’t good and is normally the rating that scam pharmacies receive.
The pharmacy offers a decent range of medications with particular attention being paid to the following categories:
■ Skin care
■ Men’s health
The pharmacy offers brand and generic medications to their customers, though their prices aren’t the lowest.
Unfortunately, we still don’t know where this pharmacy is based or where the medicine is dispensed from. This is a frequent problem with scam pharmacies that immediately increases the risks to customers.
It leaves us to doubt if the medicine sold by this pharmacy is as safe and reliable as they want you to think. And if that is actually what is going on here, there could be very serious problems for anyone who relies on these medicines.
Payment and Shipping
On the secure website, you can pay through the following options:
■ PayPal (which will cost 10% more)
■ Monero and Bitcoin Gold (15% discount)
■ MasterCard and American Express (US, UK, and AUS)
■ Amazon and Walmart gift cards
Some of these payment methods are unusual, and this could point the store more towards being a scam in this case.
Two shipping methods are offered by this pharmacy. You can use registered mail that will take between 14 and 25 days to arrive at a cost of $9.99. The other option is express delivery which will take 7 and 14 days costing $25.
The pharmacy has HighStreetPharma.com reviews on their website as well as the independent Reviews.io site. All the comments on their own website are very good, but we do find some not so good comments on the independent site.
There are some 1 star comments with customers complaining of bad customer service, slow delivery, and being accused of scamming people. Though despite this, most people seem happy with what the store is doing. These customer comments do appear to be genuine though we cannot be 100% certain about this.
There are many problems with this drugstore which doesn’t lead to us recommending them. Details are missing about where this drugstore is based, and if they are in Europe, they don’t have the correct accreditation.
On the other side of the coin, they do have some good customer feedback that seems to be genuine. Overall we give them 35% of trust.