Vnoprescmed.com is an internet pharmacy that appears to originate from Spain. They would like everyone to associate them with the United States. But they are more likely to originate from Spain or even France than the US. The fact that they have an American phone number doesn’t mean anything.
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The domain came into existence in 2020, less than a year ago at the moment. If you have seen their testimonials page, you probably noticed that most of the customer reviews were published in January 2020.
That is a problem because the domain was created in October 2020. As you can see, the reviews were written and published several months before the company was created. Such contradictions signify fraud. The internet pharmacy is probably a scam.
Scamadviser.com has described them as a suspicious website. It gave them a rating of 56 percent because they have a shoddy profile that includes an anonymous owner, a young domain, and a terrible Alexa rank. These are the kinds of attributes that you expect to see in a fraudulent drugstore. This one has four related domains, including:
The internet pharmacy operates under the name ‘Online Pharmacy’, which is very generic. The only branding element they have added is the American flag. But the American logo was only included to fool people into thinking that they are American, which isn’t the case.
Their platform has a catalog that you can browse to find the products you want. This is the only significant asset provided by the website. Everything else is fluff. They have a webpage that is designed to introduce visitors to the pharmacy and the work it does.
But the page doesn’t tell readers anything about the company behind the website. It doesn’t reveal the owner of the drugstore or the pharmacists that dispense drugs to consumers. It doesn’t say anything about the suppliers they use to fulfill the orders of their clients.
All they have done is to claim that they only use the most reliable drug manufacturers. But they have no interest in revealing the identities of those manufacturers. They want you to simply take their word that their partners are trustworthy.
But they haven’t done anything to earn that trust. Apparently, they pay close attention to the testimonials of their customers to ensure that every patient that visits their platform is satisfied with the products and services they have received.
But everyone knows that they don’t have any customer testimonials because they don’t have customers. Their Alexa rank has already made this clear. Their traffic levels are so low that there is no reason to believe that they have ever sold their drugs to a single patient.
Their location and origins are still a mystery. They have failed to provide clarity on the issue by publishing a business address. Again, these are the actions of a fraudulent site.
Legitscript.com’s investigation will not improve your opinion of this pharmacy. It dismissed them as a ‘rogue’ entity because they failed to adhere to the standards that legitscript.com has set for online pharmacies that want to dispense drugs in the US.
They have a small collection of drugs. The collection is wide-ranging but you can tell that their catalog is not original. They copied it from elsewhere, just like all the other content on their platform.
Pricing, Payments, and Deliveries
They accept credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, JCB, etc.) and electronic checks. Your payment has to first clear before they dispatch your order. If you have changed your mind, you have to cancel your order before your package is shipped. Otherwise, the store cannot help you.
They offer express deliveries, which come with a tracking code, and standard airmail deliveries. Of the two, standard airmail is the slowest. You have to wait for a month to get your medicine.
Reviews and Testimonials
They don’t have verifiable testimonials. The ones they have published were written months before the owner created this site, which is why you cannot trust them.
They get a rating of 20% trust because they look like a scam. They also act like one, which is why you have to give them the same rating that a scam would get.