FamilyPillsStore.com claims to be a Canadian pharmacy that sells both branded and generic men’s health drugs at the lowest possible prices. They claim to have over 1 million customers worldwide, guaranteed fast delivery, and secure payment transactions to all their customers. They also claim to work with only world-renowned and proven suppliers for all their products. We reviewed the pharmacy comprehensively so don’t forget to read our in-depth review of the pharmacy below before you decide to buy anything from this pharmacy.
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The WhoIs data of this pharmacy says the domain was initially registered on 4th May 2020 and will expire on 4th May 2021. The pharmacy is barely two months old and yet to establish a strong track record. Buying anything from this pharmacy might prove hazardous to your health. The website loading speed is also very slow as it shares its server with 191 other websites.
The pharmacy has a below-average trust rating of 47% on ScamAdviser and it also shows the owner of this business is using a privacy service to protect their identity and location. Hence, we were unable to verify who they are and where they are located.
The pharmacy is being operated from three different countries – the United States, Poland, and an unknown random country, a common sign among rogue pharmacies. The contact details are vague and out of order as we did not receive any response from any of their support staff.
Since the pharmacy claims to be a Canadian pharmacy, we checked the CIPA database to find any information about this drugstore. Unsurprisingly, the CIPA database did not contain any information about the pharmacy. This means they are running their business illegally without any legal approval from concerned authorities. Understandably, LegitScript yet to review the pharmacy and its products as it is still very new to the market.
Even though the pharmacy has products in several categories, there are hardly more than 3 or 4 drugs in each these categories. Their inventory is very low at the moment and there is no indication they will improve their inventory soon. Some of their product categories include:
- Antibiotics, Anti Viral, Anti Fungal
- Blood Pressure, Cholesterol
- Hair Loss, Pain Relief
- Weight Loss and others
All these drugs are non-FDA approved meaning their quality is unverified and they don’t ask for a valid prescription before selling their drugs.
The pharmacy primarily sells generic drugs as their prices are more affordable compared to branded drugs. But the pharmacy claims to offer the lowest possible prices in the world which is false as you can find any of these drugs even lower prices on several other pharmacies.
The pharmacy offers several popular payment options to its customers including Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, Discover, and E-Checks. They also support SEPA and crypto transactions on their platform.
Your credit card will be charged as soon as your order is approved and ready to dispatch. However, they did not mention where they dispatch their products. Moreover, their website and the payment getaway are not protected via SSL seals meaning they could try to steal your sensitive information during checkout.
The pharmacy claims to ship their products internationally and they use the following two methods to ship their products:
- Airmail, which ships the parcel within 2 to 3 weeks after the dispatch with no tracking available, and
- EMS Courier Delivery, which ships the parcel within 3 to 8 business days after the dispatch with tracking available
The final shipping charge will depend on the parcel size and physical shipping location. You will also bear the Customs charges if any. The pharmacy also offers free shipping on orders over $200 along with free generic pills with every order you make on their website.
The pharmacy does have a customer testimonial page full of random reviews without any specific dates. There is no way to judge the authenticity of these FamilyPillsStore.com reviews as they look fake and owner-generated. There are no comments on Trust Pilot either making our task even harder.
The pharmacy is too young to give come to a definitive conclusion. However, since the pharmacy bears plenty of resemblance with several rogue pharmacies we investigated before, we have very little doubts about where this pharmacy would head in the future. Therefore, avoid the pharmacy right now and look for more credible options to protect your health and well-being.
We give this pharmacy a 1.5 out of 5 stars based on our investigation.