Pharmasuock.com is a drugstore that promises cheap generic medications. They also promise free shipping and claim over 5,000 customer reviews. We look at what this pharmacy is offering, only to find some of the things they want you to believe simply aren’t true.
|Pharmacy Name||Pharma Suock|
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Checking the domain name records for this pharmacy shows that the business hasn’t been online for very long. With the registration of less than a year, it is more likely that is pharmacy is a scam.
Checking the domain information does not reveal who owns this store. A privacy service has been used to hide the real owner’s details which could increase the chances that this store is unreliable.
The pharmacy does not provide a business name or address, though there seems to be some indication that this is an Indian company.
On their about us page, where you might expect these business details, it appears that they have copied the contents from another website. We only know this because they have not changed the name of the pharmacy throughout the article. This text has been taken from AllDayGeneric.com though we can’t be sure if that pharmacy is owned by the same people that own this pharmacy.
This store provides no indication that they are correctly accredited to sell their medications online.
When we check with LegitScript, we find that they are a rogue pharmacy. LegitScript takes a look at whether drugstores have the accreditation needed to sell their medications where they do. In this case, they find this particular pharmacy does not meet the standards they should do to sell their medications online.
The pharmacy appears to specialize in a few different areas, these include:
■ Beauty and skincare
■ Women’s health
■ Men’s health pills
Prices on the pharmacy are not the lowest we see online. They do provide details about the manufacturer and the country of origin, however. It appears that most of their medicines are from India, though no details are provided about the exact location they are dispensed from.
Without any details about exactly where these medicines are dispensed from, we cannot be sure if this important work is done reliably. This increases the potential problems with the pharmacy and could mean that the medicine does not produce the results you would want it to.
The checkout pages on the site are secure, but it doesn’t seem like you can make a payment directly online to buy the medicine that you want. Instead, the pharmacy will mail you payment instructions after you have placed your order.
Likely payment options include:
■ American Express
This isn’t the usual way you would pay for medicines or anything else you buy online, and increases the chances that this pharmacy is a scam.
The pharmacy does offer worldwide shipping and it is free if you spend more than $250 on medicine. If your order value is not that high, you will have to pay $30 for shipping.
They say that they have warehouses in the USA and the UK to speed up delivery. Despite this, the pharmacy gives a delivery time of between 10 and 14 days, with shipping taking up to 30 days potentially.
The pharmacy has a Trustpilot logo on their site to link to their PharmaSuock.com reviews. While they say that they are loved by their customers and have over 5,000 reviews, this isn’t what we find on their Trustpilot page.
Instead, they only have two customer comments on this page, and this discrepancy makes them look less legit. On top of this issue, we cannot be sure that these are genuine customer comments. Both of these reviews are worded similarly which could indicate they have been written by the same person.
Though this pharmacy might appear to be a reliable source of medication, we don’t think they are as legit as they could be. They look more like a scam, without accreditation, business information, and not the customer testimonials they claim.Ultimately, there are many better online pharmacies that you could choose to use.
Therefore, we only give the store 25% trust.