Fast-Pharmacy-24.com is an internet pharmacy with mysterious origins, which immediately suggests that it can’t be trusted. Legit stores have a lot of customers because they are deliberately transparent. Platforms like this one that has refused to reveal their origins or even the location of their offices tend to attract the opposite response. People dismiss them because they look like scams. And unfortunately, in the online pharmaceutical industry, appearance matters a lot. Consumers will reject a company simply because it looks like a scam, even in the absence of evidence supporting their suspicions. Though, in this case, those suspicions are justified.
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The domain is the first red flag. It was created on the 6th of March 2021. You have two factors that can’t be ignored. First of all, the store has customer reviews that were seemingly written and published in 2020, a full year before it came into existence.
The domain age proves that those reviews are fake. Secondly, the domain is simply too young. If that wasn’t bad enough, it is set to expire 12 months after it was created, which reveals a lack of confidence on the part of the owner.
Their ScamAdviser rating is very low. At 1 percent, it tells you that ScamAdviser identified several problems with the site that it could not ignore. One such problem is their Alexa rank, which leaves a lot to be desired. Another problem is their history with malware and poor optimization. These are the same attributes you expect to see in a scam.
This pharmacy doesn’t exist as a business. For the moment, as far as anyone can tell, it is simply a website. They don’t have any of the licenses you expect to see in a business. They don’t even have an office. The internet has plenty of medical referral services that do not operate real pharmacies. However, they have physical premises that house employees that perform all the maintenance that keeps their websites in operation.
This one doesn’t have anything, not even employees. If it has them, you can confidently conclude that they are not qualified pharmacists, which is what you expect companies like this to use. After all, online stores do not stop at selling medicine. They also provide medical advice. Additionally, people trust them to scrutinize all the orders they receive to ensure that they are an appropriate answer to each customer’s problem. But this site doesn’t do any of that because it doesn’t have qualified personnel.
This is why it hasn’t bothered to reveal their identities. If you investigate the company’s competitors, you will notice that the identities of their pharmacists are published on their websites so that consumers can verify their qualifications. This portal cannot give its customers that same peace of mind, and that should worry you, especially when you consider the fact that the owner is also anonymous. This organization is surrounded by secrets.
LegitScript doesn’t have the company in its database. All the evidence suggests that they are not a registered business. Because they don’t have a business address, it is impossible to determine where they are located which, in turn, makes it impossible to find out whether or not the regulatory bodies in their country have authorized them to sell medicine to people. But if they had proper licenses, they would have published them on their site. The fact that they haven’t tells you everything you need to know.
Their catalog is fairly simple. It has all the common drugs that treat diseases like:
- Hair Loss
- Hormonal Complications
- Chronic Pain
Payments and Deliveries
They have very low price tags. That would be impressive if it wasn’t for the fact that they do not ask for prescriptions. You see this behavior in stores that sell counterfeit medications. With payments, you can use most of the major international bank cards along with electronic checks.
The only shipping option they have on offer is trackable courier service which is slow. Customers are expected to wait 21 days before their packages arrive.
As was noted before, their reviews are fake because they were written and published a year before the store was created.
The pharmacy has too many secrets. They have failed to provide answers to the many questions people have about their operations.
They get a rating of 1 star.