Refillonlinepharmacy.com is an Indian pharmacy that claims to never disappoint its customers. But do they really provide a great service, and will you be disappointed with the service offered if you place an order? We take a look at what the pharmacy offers to help you discover the truth.
|Pharmacy Name||Refill Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Domain Name Information
A check of the domain database shows that this pharmacy has been in business for a little over a year. This increases the chances that the pharmacy will be a scam because they haven’t been successfully serving their customers for long.
There is some information in the database about where the owner of this pharmacy is located. This tells us that they are located in Haryana, India.
Checking on the pharmacy site, they do say that they are based in India, and they claim their business name is the same as the domain name; Refill Online Pharmacy. They do also provide an Indian address for where they are located, and this seems to suggest that they are more legit.
When it comes to regulation, we would expect that a pharmacy will be following the government requirements for where they are located. This is pharmacy is located in India, and we would expect that they are bound by the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation rules.
However, they neither show a seal from this organization nor mention it. They do say that the medications they sell are from companies that are FDA approved, though they provide no evidence to support this claim.
The pharmacy is also considered to be a rogue by LegitScript.
The pharmacy largely sells generic drugs and they offer quite a few different categories of medications. Their products include:
■ Acne treatments
■ Men’s health pills
It’s good to see that the pharmacy does include the name of the manufacturer for the generic drugs they sell. Most scam pharmacies don’t do this, so it makes them look more legit.
The drugstore doesn’t seem to care whether you have a valid prescription or not. They don’t make any mention of a prescription requirement on the website.
The only safety precaution they seem to provide for their customers is the requirement that you need to be at least 18 years old to purchase from the pharmacy. A lack of requirement for a prescription could be an indication this pharmacy is a scam that isn’t interested in protecting their customers from buying meds that aren’t suitable.
Minimum Order Value
Unusually, this pharmacy has a minimum order value of $50. This means you can’t easily just test out the product that is supplied by the pharmacy. Meaning that you are putting more money at risk with a pharmacy you haven’t previously tried.
Choose between the following:
■ Bank transfer
While the pharmacy is secure with a valid SSL certificate, their payment options will be inconvenient for a lot of people since they don’t offer credit card transactions.
Delivery of your medication is going to cost you at least $25. They will calculate your exact shipping charge at checkout, but you are unlikely to pay less than that. Delivery time is expected to be between 1 and 2 weeks, though this is working weeks not including weekends, so your pills may take longer than you expect.
The pharmacy does have a Facebook page though no one has left any RefillOnlinePharmacy.com reviews. We also can’t find any customer feedback either on their website or on independent sites.
This could suggest that the pharmacy doesn’t receive a lot of customers since not every customer will be willing to leave feedback. This isn’t entirely surprising with a relatively new pharmacy, but it does mean that you can’t rely on the views of other customers to form your judgment on the drugstore.
We have found some good points about this pharmacy, but they are surrounded by some doubts as well. They lack any sign that they have regulatory approval, and they don’t have any customer feedback that could provide some indication of how well they are operating.
For these reasons, we give the store 35% trust. While this isn’t the worst pharmacy in the world, you could certainly do better.