Iushealthstore.com is a pharmacy that offers free pills and special bonuses when you place an order. Their prices might look good, but is the pharmacy that you can trust? We look at the details behind this online drugstore, discovering considerable issues that you need to know about before you decide to place an order.
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Domain Name Information
The details we find in the domain name database show that this pharmacy has been online since the end of 2020. That isn’t too long for a pharmacy to have been a business and could indicate that they are a scam.
We can also check the registrant’s contact information in the database. However, this only gives us the contact information of a privacy service called Anonymize. This isn’t necessarily as suspicious as it might initially appear, and it could just be a service offered as standard by the domain registrar.
Since this pharmacy has “US” in its name, it would be easy to assume that they are based in the United States, but is that actually the case?
We are unable to find a contact address for this business on their website. They do tell us they’ve been in business for 12 years, however, despite the fact that their website address is registered less than 2 years ago.
These contradictions make the pharmacy more likely to be a scam than not. And even though they don’t say, it seems unlikely that this pharmacy actually had anything to do with the United States other than selling pills to people who live there.
The pharmacy says that everything they do is 100% legal, but despite this, they do not display any regulatory seals. They certainly do not have the correct US regulatory approval if they were located there, however, they do mention Indian FDA approval.
Though with this claim they only say the pills are manufactured by approved companies. They don’t claim to be approved themselves or provide the evidence to support the claim that pills are from proven sources.
LegitScript has looked into all of this, and their findings are not exactly good. They classify the pharmacy as a rogue, and this means they don’t have the the the right legal approvals in place to be selling medicine in the United States.
Medical Supplies Sold
The pharmacy sells a fair range of medicines that appear to have their origin in India. The drugs are generic but prices are not all that low.
Product categories sold include:
■ Men’s health
Though we have previously discovered that these pills have their origin in India, we don’t know exactly where they are either manufactured or dispensed. This is a problem and means the store is likely to be a scam that could be selling low-quality medicine.
Payment and Shipping
Completing your transaction should occur on a different website with this pharmacy, however, that payment gateway was down when we tried to place an order. This isn’t exactly a good sign and is at the least unprofessional.
The pharmacy offers either airmail or a trackable courier service for delivery if you are able to make a purchase. Their standard airmail costs $10 with an expected delivery time of 2 or 3 weeks. Courier delivery costs $30 and could shorten delivery time to around the week.
The store does have an iUSHealthStore.com reviews page, however, we don’t really believe it is what it appears to be. It looks like the pharmacy has lots of happy customers that are pleased to tell everyone that the service they received was great.
It is very likely that the comments on this page are completely fake, however. One of the comments gives a date in 2006 for when they placed an order, this is even longer ago than the claimed 12 years in business would make you think.
This leaves little doubt that these are fake customer comments. Any pharmacy that has resorted to using fake feedback is unlikely to be either professional or reliable.
As we have shown, this pharmacy hasn’t been in business for anywhere near as long as they want people to think. They also do not have any regulation or genuine customer feedback, and they also want to remain anonymous.
None of these things are good indications of pharmacy that isn’t a scam. We award them 20% of trust and suggest you look elsewhere.