Unitedmedicines.com claims they are a pharmacy you can trust. They say they have expert medical professionals and affordable prices. But should you purchase from them? We take a look and find many things wrong.
|Origin Country||United States|
|Pharmacy Name||United Pharmacy|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Domain Name Information
The domain name used by this store was registered in 2020, so this isn’t a business that has a long history. This does increase the chance that this store isn’t going to be a good place to purchase your meds from.
They do provide an address in the domain records as well as a name. The owner of the pharmacy is reported to be “Todd Wonnell Wonnell” which could be a fake name. They also have an address in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but checking this shows it to be a UPS store and not a real operating location.
They do give the same business address on their website as was found in the domain records.
As we previously found out, this is the address of a mailbox and not where the business is actually operating from. Since they are using a PO box, they could be operating from another country, and there is no way of telling from the information provided.
We cannot click on their logo to take us to the Better Business Bureau website, and running a search with them doesn’t give any information about this pharmacy. This pharmacy is using the Better Business Bureau accredited logo unlawfully, without the permission of the bureau.
They don’t say anything else about accreditation and it shows that the pharmacy is a scam. Reliable businesses wouldn’t use fake accreditation logos, so this business does not look very good.
When we check the findings of LegitScript, they have declared this store to be a rogue. This is one more thing that makes them look unreliable and a bad choice.
The store has a section showing the experts they employ in their business. They give the name and photos of five people who they claim work in the business.
However, these look like stock images. When we do a reverse image search on one of the photos, we do find that it is a stock image that is also used on over 200 websites.
Any pharmacy that is making fake claims of having experts working for them, can only really be a scam.
The pharmacy is selling generic medications, though their prices are not the best we have found online. The store does provide some information about the meds they sell, but we still do not know where they are dispensed from.
The pharmacy offers a modest range of product categories including:
■ Men’s health
Without knowing where they are dispensing the pills they sell, there is a greater chance that the drugs are low-quality. Scam drugstores are more likely to be selling drugs that aren’t as they should be and they might not contain the correct ingredients.
Payment and Shipping
The checkout pages of the pharmacy are secured with basic SSL certificate protection. Payment can be made using either major credit cards or Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Shipping costs a standard $25 with the delivery time of between 18 to 25 business days. Though the pharmacy does not say, this suggests that the pills are being dispatched from India or somewhere else, but not the United States.
The store shows some UnitedMedicines.com reviews on their website. These customer comments appear to show that the store offers a good service to their customers, however, we don’t believe these are genuine.
Since they are posted here and not on an independent review site, there is a greater chance that they aren’t real. The way that they read also makes them seem more like marketing than genuine customer feedback.
It is very clear that this pharmacy isn’t operating in the way a reliable business should. They are a scam that could be selling low-quality drugs from an unknown location.
They also don’t have any real regulations or customer feedback. We don’t recommend any purchase at this store and give them 20% of trust.