Urlpharma.com appears to be a pharmacy with a long history of successful operation. They say that they are a reliable pharmaceutical company that has created and manufactured several successful drug treatments. But can you really trust them and it is a good place to purchase your medications from? Our look at this pharmacy shows there to be serious problems, however.
|Pharmacy Name||URL Pharma|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Domain Name Information
This pharmacy website address has been registered since 2007. This should be a good indication that this pharmacy isn’t a scam. Since pharmacies that are trying to rip off their customers tend not to stay in business for very long.
When we check the registration contact, we see that they are located in Russia. This could be suspicious, and a check of the domain history further, shows that it has frequently changed hosts in the past couple of years. This could be an indication that the ownership of the domain has changed frequently as well.
Business Contact Details
This pharmacy appears to give great business information stating that they are located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. This address is surprising a given the location of the owner in the domain name database. However, when checking this information, we do not find the business name we expect.
There is another pharmaceutical business based at this address that doesn’t appear to be related to URL Pharma. There is no sign that Frontida Biopharm is in any way related to the business we are looking at today.
It transpires that this pharmacy business was sold to a Japanese company and then on to Sun Pharma the Indian pharmaceutical manufacturer. The name URL Pharma stopped being used in around 2013, with the domain name pointing to Sun Pharma after that. The business name isn’t used by Sun Pharma anymore.
The business details given by this pharmacy seem to be fake with the business not genuinely existing anymore more.
The website doesn’t contain the correct accreditation for a pharmacy that sells medications in the United States. They do not have any regulatory seals on the site for any country’s accreditation programs.
This is confirmed when we check with LegitScript. They consider the pharmacy to be a rogue that does not have the regulatory approval that they need to.
The store seems to be selling mostly generic medications and the prices are fairly low. However, though this pharmacy appears to be a manufacturer, we don’t believe that’s the case, and we do not know who manufactures the pills they sell.
The fact that this pharmacy is using a fake business address is another problem here. Because of this situation, we also do not know where these pills are dispensed from.
Buying medications from an unknown source is always going to be a risk, and this is certainly an unknown source.
Payment and Shipping
Payment for your medication takes place on a different website that does have some level of security. They will accept your money through the following:
■ American Express
■ Diners Club
Normally this pharmacy would offer you two shipping options, but because of COVID, only one is available. Shipping is going to cost you $30 using a trackable courier service.
A page containing a vast quantity of great URLPharma.com reviews can be found on the site. However, we have seen these exact same customer comments many many times previously and they are entirely fake.
These can be found on many other scam pharmacy stores, and should not be trusted as a reliable description of the service provided by this pharmacy. If this drugstore is really the company is claiming to be, would they need to use fake customer feedback? No, they would not.
At first glance, this pharmacy appears to be a stable business that has been in operation for a very long time. Only after digging deeper into the history of this website does it become apparent that the company no longer operates, and the website has changed hands.
The company details that are given on this website might well have been true in 2013, but are no longer the case now. This pharmacy is a scam, and you would be making a mistake to use them for your medical needs. We give them 20% trust.