2Lyfe.com online pharmacy affirms more than a decade of experience, 12 years, in the distribution of generic medications to customers internationally. Their medications are reportedly manufactured and shipped from nationally and internationally approved plants in India. This also includes being of high quality, being in compliance with the Indian Drugs and Cosmetics Acts, and at competitive prices.
The online pharmacy domain was registered on January 27th, 2003, 19 years ago, according to information from Whois. The domain was last updated on January 13th, 2021, and will expire on January 27th, 2023, unless reactivated.
Although the domain was registered close to 2 decades ago, there is no information on the registrant or proof that it belonged to the online pharmacy during this span of time. It is most likely that ownership was transferred at some point to the current owner. The information on the domain registrant is redacted for a supposed privacy purpose, making the public oblivious to the identity of the person or organization behind the domain.
Business or domain anonymity, and trust, are often mutually exclusive. However, this could have been avoided if there was information on the domain registrant, which unfortunately was redacted. Its absence means the mind can speculate on the reasons why it was redacted, which effectively builds distrust.
Health&Beauty can be found on the pharmacy website, which is presumed to be the business name. The online drugstore doesn’t have a physical address. In addition, the identity of the employer, or any of its employees, if any, isn’t provided on the website.
With no information about the business, it makes it anonymous and risky to interact with. The only contact information on the pharmacy website is these telephone numbers:
- +1 (425) 577 7756
- +1 (800) 943 9753
- +44 (1204) 897 361
Interestingly, the online pharmacy shares these telephone numbers with some other pharmacy websites. In addition to sharing contact information with these online drugstores, these pharmacy websites look like clones of each other. They share similar web interfaces and content, including IndiMeds24.com, which the online pharmacy also shares business information with. Hence, this contact information is fake, with the operators in cohorts.
The pharmacy website is a clone of other online pharmacy websites and is also anonymous. Hence, expectations of it having regulatory approval are slim to none. However, if by some luck it does, regulatory approval by reputable bodies will prove it as a legitimate business. Unsurprisingly, the pharmacy e-store doesn’t have favorable ratings from both LegitScript and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP). Its LegitScript rating is “rogue”, and it is on NABP’s “not recommended” list. The implication of these ratings means the online pharmacy is unverified and engages in illegal, misleading, and unsafe activities.
Consequently, the pharmacy website should be seen as an unverified and rogue website. Interacting with it will most likely lead to receiving bogus or unauthorized medications or being defrauded.
Products and Pricing
There is a wide range of products highlighted on the pharmacy websites.
A few of them are:
- Mental Disorders
- Muscle Relaxants
- Animal Health, etc.
The pharmacy drugstore promises good prices to customers. This also includes bonuses and discounts for returning customers.
The accepted payment options on the pharmacy website checkout page are:
- VISA credit card
- MasterCard credit card
- American Express credit card
- Bitcoin: This payment option reportedly comes with a 10% discount
It is worth noting that payments can only be made with credit cards for orders below $1500. If it does, the only accepted payment method is cryptocurrency – Bitcoin.
There are two shipping methods on the pharmacy website.
Standard Airmail: This option costs $10 for orders below $150. However, if it exceeds this amount, it is free. Delivery takes 14-21 days.
Trackable service: This shipping option costs a flat rate of $30. Delivery usually takes 5-9 days.
The customer reviews on the pharmacy website are the same as those that it is a clone of. Although the arrangement of the reviews is made in a way that isn’t orderly to make it look different to unwary eyes. Nonetheless, it is misleading and fake.
The review of this online drugstore came to just one conclusion; it is a scam and unsafe. Hence, it will be given a rating of 1 star.
Customers should be wary of the pharmacy e-store as it is malicious and comes with risks.