Royalpharmacart.com is a pharmacy that promises to treat you like a king. However, we don’t think they will actually treat you or anyone else like royalty. Don’t make a purchase with this drugstore before reading our findings.
|Pharmacy Name||Royal Pharma Cart|
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|LegitScript||not in the database|
Domain Name Information
The website address that this store is using, hasn’t been registered for very long. With less than a year in business, there is a greater risk that they are a scam.
No information is available naming the owner of the pharmacy or giving their business address. A privacy protection service in Russia has been used that could make the store look less trustworthy. However, this might just be a service included when the domain was purchased, and not an intentional attempt to hide their information.
Business Contact Details
The pharmacy claims to have been in business for more than 12 years, which is surprising given the fact that the domain was registered this year. They also claim to be one of the leading pharmacies in the US, though this appears to be a lie as well.
The business operating the store doesn’t give its name or address. Since this store is using a registrar in Russia, they are likely to be located in that country as well, though we can’t be certain.
The store doesn’t appear to have any regulation, without any seals to show that they are operating to higher standards. They say that the pills they offer to their customers are approved by the USFDA, despite also saying that most of them are manufactured in India.
No information is provided to show that the pills being sold are approved by the FDA, however, so it could be another false claim.
The business also claims to be approved by authorities in multiple other countries all around the world. Zero evidence is offered to back up this claim, and it would be amazing if true. The reality is that this is just another lie, and they have no regulatory approval.
The store is selling mainly generic pills though the prices aren’t the lowest online. Popular categories on the site include:
■ Men’s health
■ Hair loss
■ COVID treatments
As we previously found out, these pills are produced and dispatched from India, but we don’t know exactly where. The manufacturer of the drugs is mentioned, but we don’t know who is dispatching the pills.
Without any information about where the pills are being dispensed, there are more chances that this isn’t being done correctly. This might mean customers don’t get what they expect when they order from the pharmacy.
If you receive pills that appear to be what you ordered but are wrongly labeled or contain the wrong dosage, the consequences could be severe. It could worsen your condition and leave you needing further medical intervention to fix your problems. If this happens to you, your cheap online medical purchase from this store isn’t going to seem worthwhile to say the least.
Payment and Shipping
The checkout of the store does have some security to make sure your information doesn’t end up in the wrong hands. Payment can be made through the following methods:
■ Discover Network
The cost of shipping from this pharmacy is $24, though this will be free for larger purchases. The store says that items can take 2 or 3 days to be dispatched, though they aren’t so clear on how long they expect delivery to take.
It is more likely that these customer testimonials are fake, designed to convince potential customers to part with their cash. Looking through some of the comments, they seem similar to others we have seen on other scam websites.
Comments also seem to be more unnatural than you would normally expect from genuine customer feedback. They read more like marketing pieces for the business than something a normal customer would write.
When you look at this pharmacy, you could be forgiven for thinking it looks promising. However, when we look, we see many of the hallmarks of a scam. They don’t want you to know who is behind the store or where they are based. They are lying about being allocated in the USA, and they also have no accreditation.
We give them just 20% of trust, as a purchase from this pharmacy would be a big mistake.