Family24Rx.com is an alleged Canadian internet drugstore that sells top-quality generic and branded medications at reduced prices. They only choose reliable drug suppliers who only deal in the best quality raw materials and supplies thoroughly tested drugs cleared for human use. They also have superior customer support available 24×7 along with fast shipping of all their orders. Before buying their drugs, read our review of the drugstore below to learn more about this drugstore and the quality of these drugs.
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We checked the WhoIs information of the pharmacy and found that the domain was purchased on 29th November 2019 and will continue to operate till 29th November 2021. This shows the pharmacy is over one year old and still has some time left in its lifespan. This is not a good sign as the pharmacy is still quite new and does not have a strong and long track record in the industry.
ScamAdviser gave the drugstore only 1 trust score thanks to the numerous security flaws it discovered in the pharmacy.
Everything is protected thanks to a privacy service deployed by the owner allowing the owner to operate anonymously by redirecting all the crucial information about the pharmacy including their identity, their location, the organization, etc.
The possible origin country identified as Hong Kong which is an administrative region of China, an extremely risky nation for such businesses.
Our efforts of trying to contact them via the telephone numbers provided by them proved to be futile as no one picked our call for communication.
The pharmacy is not registered with the CIPA and is also banned by the NABP in the United States. They are not affiliated with any regulatory bodies worldwide including Europe and Asia. This means the drugs they are selling at their online store are unverified and not cleared for human use. Furthermore, the drugstore got a rogue appraisal from LegitScript as they failed to meet the minimum criteria for approval.
The pharmacy’s online store has a wide range of brand and generic drugs for sale along with a few other health products covering major diseases as well as illnesses. Some of its popular drug categories are:
- Acidity, Allergy, Antiviral
- Blood Pressure, Cholesterol
- Diabetes, Depression
- Gastro Health, Pain Relief
- Sleeping Aid, Women’s Health, etc
They don’t require a genuine prescription, but they do suggest discussing the specific medicine with a licensed health specialist for better results.
The pricing of their generic drugs is on the expected lines and is a strong indicator of their quality. These are most likely duplicated items of the original drugs sourced from developing nations at discounted rates. There is no FDA certificate on the website that would validate the quality of these drugs. This could mean the pharmacy is trying to sell low-quality drugs to their customers at a low price.
The pharmacy accepts payments made via major credit cards including Mastercard, Visa, as well as E-Checks. They also accept SEPA transfers and crypto payments. They also offer a good refund policy if you are unhappy with the quality of the delivered drugs. However, the website and the payment getaway page do not have a valid SSL certificate to protect customers’ sensitive data. This means your private information could face security risks during checkout.
There are two shipping options provided by the pharmacy to its customer located worldwide – Airmail and EMS Shipping.
- Airmail’s standard waiting period lasts around 2 to 3 business weeks excluding the dispatch time and there is no parcel tracking option.
- EMS will ship the parcel within 3 to 8 working days excluding the dispatch time and there is a tracking option.
The final shipping cost will vary and depend on the buyer’s location, shipping method, and the number of products ordered.
There are customer testimonials available on its testimonials page, but these reviews are vague and do not provide any concrete information about the pharmacy’s product and service quality. You cannot trust these reviews as they look suspicious and likely owner-generated. Trustpilot also does not contain any reviews on its platform despite the pharmacy running for over a year.
Family24Rx.com looks like just another scam that originated in the Chinese administrative region rather than a genuine pharmacy selling high-quality products. There is no reason to believe what the pharmacy trying to say as it is nothing but a lie. Therefore, avoid this pharmacy and buy drugs only from legitimate and credible online stores.
We give them 1 out of 5 stars based on the publicly available information.