Medsoffering.com is a drugstore claiming to offer professional online consultations and low prices to millions of customers. While this might sound like a good thing, these claims are false. And unfortunately, these are just some of the problems.
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Domain name information
The domain name that this pharmacy is using has only been registered for a few months. As you might imagine, a pharmacy that hasn’t been in business for long carries more risks.
There is a small amount of information about the owner of this pharmacy. This tells us that they are located in Russia.
Despite information that the owner is located in Russia, this pharmacy claims to be a Canadian business on their website. This discrepancy makes it very likely that the store is a scam.
Though the store claims to be Canadian, they don’t provide a business address in Canada. While they do have a few different telephone numbers, none of them are actually Canadian.
They have a US telephone number, one for the UK and another for Australia. But despite this range of phone numbers, it doesn’t mean that the pharmacy is located in any of these countries. Phone numbers can be purchased and redirected to other phone numbers anywhere else in the world.
The pharmacy says that the drug manufacturers they work with have all the necessary licenses and certificates they need to be legal. However, they don’t provide any evidence to back this up.
So should we just take them at their word? Given what we have already found out about this drugstore, that would probably be a bad idea.
Even though this pharmacy has only been online for a few short months, LegitScript has looked into them. Their finding of this pharmacy wasn’t good, leading to the conclusion that they are a rogue drugstore.
Most of the medicines available on the pharmacy site are generic with relatively low prices if you order large quantities. The focus of the pharmacy seems to be more towards the men’s health market, but they do offer other treatment types, these include:
■ Weight loss
■ Muscle relaxants
With low prices, there can be a risk that the products being sold are not very high-quality. And when we check the product pages on this website, there is some information missing.
The pharmacy doesn’t say who the manufacturer is of the generic medications, and we also do not know where these pills are dispensed from. Both of these omissions increase the risks when using this pharmacy.
This increases the chance that the medications on sale at this pharmacy are not of good quality. If the pills on sale here are not very good quality, there could be serious problems for anyone who has to rely on them.
The pills might not produce the expected and required results. This could mean that the person’s health condition doesn’t improve as expected, leading to an increase in symptoms suffered by the customer. If you are in this situation, you will end up wishing you spent more on your meds to ensure they worked as they should.
Payment and Shipping
Payment for your treatment is concluded on a different website, though when we checked, this website was down. This meant that even if we had wanted to, we wouldn’t have been able to purchase meds.
The store has two options for delivery, choose from registered airmail costing $9.95 or EMS for $29.95. EMS is said to take between 3 and 9 business days to arrive with you and does include tracking. On the other hand, airmail can take two or three business weeks to arrive. The pharmacy also charges $3.95 for delivery insurance.
The store does have a testimonials page. The MedsOffering.com reviews on that page look really good for the pharmacy suggesting it is reliable. However, we aren’t so sure.
We do not believe that these are genuine customer comments and are more likely to be fake. The comments written don’t look like the normal customer feedback we would expect to find, instead, appearing to be more like marketing copy.
This drugstore shows all the classic hallmarks of being a scam. They don’t want to provide any information about who they are, where they are, or where the meds are from.
We do not suggest you risk an order with this pharmacy and give them 25% of trust only.