Onlinegenericmedicine.com is a drugstore that wants you to believe that they are renowned for quality and a trusted pharmacy. But should you also trust them to supply your medical needs? We don’t think so, read on to find out why.
|Pharmacy Name||Online Generic Medicine|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Domain Name Information
The domain name information related to this website shows that they have been online for over four years. This is longer than many scam pharmacies we look at and could be a sign that they aren’t in the same low league as those stores.
There is some information in the database that gives an address but it is only of a privacy service based in India. This could indicate that the owner of the website is also in that country.
Looking on their website, they provide even less information about where they are based. While they call themselves a trusted name in generic drugs, they don’t seem very trustworthy if they are not willing to even confirm their business name and address.
This does seem to be an Indian pharmacy, as was indicated in the domain database. This is confirmed because they have a section entitled “Know About Indian Pharmacy,” though this still doesn’t indicate their address.
A drugstore should have regulatory approval to be in business for where they are located. This pharmacy, however, shows no signs that they have the proper regulation to be doing business online.
Nowhere are regulatory seals displayed on the site, and they don’t talk about having the approval of an Indian government agency. We can only assume by this that they do not have the correct approvals in place to be doing business.
Our check with LegitScript confirms that this pharmacy does not have the correct regulatory approvals. They have found the pharmacy to be a rogue, meaning it lacks the correct accreditation to safely supply medicines to its customers.
The pharmacy is selling generic drugs, as the name of the business suggests, and they offer a fairly wide range. This includes:
■ Neurology drugs
■ Men’s health
The stores give some information about the pills they sell and this includes the manufacturer. Despite this, we don’t know exactly where the meds are dispensed from and this could lead to more serious problems.
Without the pharmacy giving us information about where the pills are dispensed, there is a greater chance that this store is a scam and the pills are not high-quality. Low-quality meds could increase your health problems rather than removing them.
The pills might contain the incorrect ingredients, or too much or not enough, even if they do have the correct active ingredients. While the medicine might look correct, there really is no way of telling whether it will contain the correct ingredients that produce the result you need.
The pharmacy site is secure, and you can pay through using the following options:
■ Credit and debit cards
■ Bank transfer
Shipping from this pharmacy is going to cost you $30. Using EMS shipping is expected to take between 10 and 12 working days.
The pharmacy does not display customer feedback on their own website, which is actually a good thing, compared to many scam pharmacies. The OnlineGenericMedicine.com reviews on independent sites like Trustpilot give a mixed account of the pharmacy.
On Trustpilot, there are 4 customer comments and 2 are good. Of the 2 comments that give a 5 out of 5 ratings, we aren’t completely certain that both of them are genuine customer reviews. Sometimes we find owners or employees of stores like this adding fake customer feedback on independent review sites.
There, in particular, seems to be something wrong with one of the comments. Firstly it is someone based in India with a non-traditional Indian name, and the supposed customer suggests that you give the pharmacy a try without listening to negative customer feedback. This is not the sort of comment you would expect from a real customer.
The drugstore doesn’t want its customers to know who is operating this store or where the medicines are dispensed from. They also don’t have any regulatory approval, and we believe some of their customer feedback is fake.
On top of all of these problems, we have concerns about the quality of the medicines available. Because of these issues we give the pharmacy 30% trust.