Secure-Tabs-Pharm.com is an online drugstore that claims to be authentic. They also offer free pills and fairly low prices. But using this pharmacy would not be a good choice, continue reading to find out why.
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Domain Name Information
Secure Tabs Pharm is not a business that has been online for very long. The domain name was registered this year indicating that there is a greater chance that they are a scam and not the reputable business you would expect them to be.
A domain privacy service is being used to hide the actual contact information of the owner. The privacy service is based in Iceland though the owner of the website could be located anywhere in the world.
On their website, they call themselves SecureTabs Ltd. though a contact address isn’t provided. A pharmacy that does not want its customers to know where it is located is more likely to be a scam.
We even expect that the business name used isn’t genuine. We are unable to find this business name used on any official government website, and it is likely fake.
The pharmacy does show some regulatory seals at the base of its web page. However, these seals do not look right and are greyed out. It is also not possible to click on the seals to validate they are genuine.
Due to these problems, we don’t expect that they are genuine and a check with one of the Canadian organizations proves this correct.
Secure Tabs offer generic and brand medications at competitive prices, but are the pills they offer good quality? Though they say that the medication they sell is FDA-approved, we are unable to confirm this is real.
Treatment options offered by Secure Tabs include:
■ Birth control
■ Muscle relaxants
■ Men’s health
The pharmacy does provide some information about the pills to a purchaser, like possible side effects and precautions, but misses out on other important details. We do not know where these meds are dispensed from or who the manufacturer is.
This lack of information means that the drugs they are selling are at greater risk of not being very good. It could be the case that the pills do not have the ingredients inside them that they claim to have. Or perhaps the quantity of ingredients is different from what it should be.
There could be these problems with the tablets sold, or there could be other issues we have no way of telling for sure. Even if you place an order and things seem to be as they should, the contents of the pills could be a problem that later affects your health.
The pharmacy is offering free tablets with every order you place. These are men’s health pills that will not be suitable for everybody, but they are offered no matter what you choose to purchase.
This means the pharmacy is giving away pills that could do serious damage to the person receiving them. These men’s health drugs are unsuitable for many men and lots of women. For example, if you have a heart condition taking these pills add could be extremely bad.
The fact that the pharmacy is giving away these pills to everybody indicates that they do not care about the welfare of their customers.
Payment and Shipping
Payment for your order is taken on a different website that does have some security. When you get to that other website, you will find that they charge for insurance and discreet packaging that will cost you nearly $11, though you are able to opt out.
The payment page doesn’t make it clear what options are available without filling in your address information, but we expect they accept some types of credit cards.
EMS is free on orders above $300 but costs $29.95 on lower order amounts. The shipping time for EMS is said to be between 3 and 8 business days.
They do have a testimonials page with some good-looking Secure-Tabs-Pharm.com reviews. However, we don’t believe these are genuine, and we have seen similar previously on other scam websites.
There are considerable problems with this pharmacy that lead us to believe they are not somewhere you should trust with your medical requirements.
We only give the store 20% of trust. They seem to be using fake customer feedback, do not have any genuine regulatory approval, and we have no idea who is operating the pharmacy.