Qxmeds.com is one more online pharmacy with promises of the lowest price for medications. The online drugstore is self-applauded as the leading e-commerce store in the delivery and distribution of high-quality brand and generic medications worldwide. The distributed medications are reportedly manufactured by reliable companies and licensed pharmacists.
|Pharmacy Name||Canadian Pharmacy|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the database|
The domain of the online drugstore was registered three years ago on December 3rd, 2019. It was last updated on July 29th, 2022 and will expire on December 3rd, 2023 if not renewed. In addition, there is no information about the domain registrant, which makes their identity obscure and gives them immunity against accountability.
The domain’s recentness, short registration length, and registrant anonymity are characteristics of scam websites. As a result, the chances of the pharmacy e-store being a scam are high, based on these traits.
There is obscurity about the business profile with no available information about its location, employer, employees, and accreditations. The absence of information about the business makes them an unsafe telemedicine option.
With anonymity, businesses can confidently maintain illegal practices that are unsafe to the public. It is important to have complete confidence in the medications we are putting into our bodies and the company distributing them. Business transparency is one way to have such trust, which, unfortunately, the online drugstore cannot provide.
Regulatory compliance is one of the most important metrics used to determine if a business is legitimate or a scam. LegitScript has yet to review the online pharmacy, which is evident in no results found when searched in its database. However, the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) has reviewed the online pharmacy and placed it on its “Not Recommended List”.
According to this status, the online pharmacy is out of compliance with patients’ safety and other pharmacy standards, to mention a few. Furthermore, the pharmacy website also commonly facilitates the sale of unauthorized medications and prescription medications without requiring a valid prescription.
The online pharmacy is a replica of other online pharmacies, with 365-rx.org. To name a few similarities, the two online pharmacies have a similar web interface, phone number, “about info,” policy, and FAQs. In addition, the pharmacy e-store also shares the same “about info” with these pharmacy websites: megapillsmeds.unaux.com and primarycaremedstore.com.
The website is a clone and having similar content across different pharmacy websites further validates its illegitimacy.
Products and Pricing
Varying categories of medications can be found on the pharmacy website. They include:
■ Pain relief, etc.
The company advertises the lowest possible price on the internet for its offered medications, making them great value for money if they actually provide high-quality products and meet regulatory standards. In addition, orders also come with bonuses in the form of free pills.
The only payment method the pharmacy e-store accepts, as apparent on its checkout page, is credit cards. For whatever reason, MasterCard is the only accepted credit card. This decision will obviously affect customers without the preferred card if exceptions aren’t made or other cards are added.
There are two shipping methods used by the company to ship products to customers. They are:
■ Airmail: Customers who choose this shipping method must pay a shipping fee of $9.95. However, if their orders exceed $200, the company will provide free shipping. The shipping option takes an estimated 2 to 3 business weeks.
■ Express Mail Service (EMS): This is the quickest shipping method, with delivery taking between 3 and 8 business days. However, it costs more than the preceding shipping option, with a $19.95 shipping fee. Although customers can enjoy free EMS shipping if their orders exceed $300.
The online pharmacy’s being a clone is further evident in its shared testimonials with 365-rx.org. It is impossible to have similar customer reviews across different pharmacy websites, which makes them fake. This is misleading and further shows the business’s illegitimacy and why it shouldn’t be trusted. There is no review on third-party websites.
The pharmacy e-store, which is self-appraised as the leading online store in the distribution of genuine and cheap medications, is in reality a sham. Its web contents are copied from other pharmacy websites, which include customer reviews. Considering the business’s recentness, anonymity, and NABP rating, it will be deemed a scam and unsafe. As a result, it will be given 20% of trust.