SafeGenericPharmacy.net is allegedly an Indian pharmacy that deals in a varied selection of drugs, medicines and pharmaceutical supplies. Our investigations have established that these claims are false, and this site shows characteristics of your typical rogue pharmacy. We have given a complete review of this website here.
|Origin Country||US, Barbados|
|Pharmacy Name||Safe Generic Pharmacy|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the database|
|Telephone||+1 646 918 1612|
|Free Shipping||at $199 and above|
This domain was registered on 9th October 2015 and updated on 24th June 2019. This domain has been active for four years. This does not necessarily mean that this site is safe. It has been registered to “Rebel Limite”’, a Barbados-based organization that has registered a vast network of other fraudulent websites. Unlike what the site claims, this domain has not been active since 2011.
Alexa has associated this website with several other suspicious websites. All these sites share a similar web template and design as this pharmacy website. They also sell the same products and give the same offers as safegenericpharmacy.net. The registrar for this site and all other related websites is the same company. We can, therefore, confirm that based on such close connections between these suspicious websites that they belong to a fraudulent business system run by Rebel limited.
This pharmacy claims that its pharmaceutical products are endorsed and approved by the World Health Organization. However, the site offers no evidence of legal certification to qualify that statement. For this company to export drugs or pharmaceutical products to the US, UK, Canada and EU, they need legal certification from these governments to qualify. Special regulatory agencies like CIPA, and NAPB websites like PharmacyChecker and LegitScript help us identify certified pharmacies in these countries. However, our investigation has determined that the pharmacy website is not registered to any of these regulatory boards. We can say with a certain degree of confidence that this is a rogue pharmacy.
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True to the nature of all rogue pharmacies, you do not require a doctor’s prescription to purchase any of these drugs. The site explicitly states that its drugs are generic and made in India. We question the legitimacy of the claim that the WHO approves these drugs. Generic drugs sourced from India usually fail all standard quality and safety checks. Also, India has been flagged as a country where counterfeiting and manufacture of substandard drugs occur; therefore, we cannot trust their products.
This online pharmacy offers its drugs at comparable market prices as genuine medical products. This fact raises more questions than it answers. Something else to note is the fact that they do not have a selection of brands from which a customer can choose based on need or doctor’s recommendations. The website displays a severe lack of professional direction, and it is driven by a need for sales rather than proper medical care for patients. They do not post the contents of the drugs on sale, and some may contain substances that would be fatal when ingested or used without medical advice.
The website offers free shipping for product purchases exceeding $199.
The pharmacy accepts Visa, Mastercard, AMEX and Discover cards as their payment methods. They also accept bank transfer. We urge you not to make purchases on this website. They have more website security certificates than they do have legal authorizations.
Shipping and Delivery
The website does not disclose which services it will use to deliver your package to you; should you make a purchase. They also do not give a time estimate as to when your products will arrive.
The site claims that over 25000 customers love it. This claim could not be further from the truth. Such a reputation would leave a footprint. However, we have established that this site does not have more than five genuine or independent reviews all over the internet. TrustPilot has no feedback for them, neither does ScamAdviser. Testimonials observed on their web pages were generic, written poorly and appeared fake. The site has no social proof, and Alexa could not establish whether the site even had traffic.
There are too many gaps to be filled by the owners of SafeGenericPharmacy.net. Our review is harsh and condemning, and it requires no further discussion. This is a fraudulent website. Steer clear. We give this site a 25% trust rating.