When choosing an e-pharmacy, it’s always crucial to first complete your due diligence and research who you are potentially purchasing from. To help ensure your safety, we’ve completed a full background verification process at GoodRxMedicine.com. Hopefully, the following information will be a useful source for anyone considering purchasing from them.
|Location||Turks and Caicos Islands|
|Name||Good RX Medicine|
|Phone Numbers||+1(844) 443-3220|
When attempting to verify the legitimacy of a company, we always look into domain information. This is because it can support or negate claims on the company’s website, as well as showcase the ownership’s transparency. In the case of this e-pharmacy, the domain was first registered on September 19th, 2017, and the current expiry date is set for September 19th, 2023. The most recent update to the website occurred on January 14th, 2022.
We were not able to verify this information on the pharmacy’s website, as there is no documentation of a founding date provided. The only date is a 2019 copyright stamp, however, this is not in line with the initial registration. It’s also important to note that most information was redacted for privacy, showing that a paid masking service is used by the ownership.
Unfortunately, this e-pharmacy follows a common theme of many illegitimate practices, by not providing customers with any company information. Normally, a verified pharmaceutical service would display business licenses, doctor and pharmacist information, etc. With this particular e-pharmacy, no such information has been provided, with the “About Us” page being one of the least descriptive we’ve witnessed.
Despite our opinions, Scam Adviser, for example, has a differing view. They’ve given this e-pharmacy a 95/100, claiming it’s quite safe. However, with no licensing to back this statement, we will continue to dispute it.
As mentioned, this e-pharmacy doesn’t hold any proper licensing from regulatory bodies like the CIPA of the NABP. Similarly, this site has been listed as “rogue” on Legit Script.
This is due to both a lack of honesty with customers and regulations, which are legal. Because of this, we can’t confirm the quality of products being marketed, nor can we verify any claims or statements made by this e-pharmacy. This is why the following regulations are so important for a business – to eliminate any skepticism over services, products, or even general statements.
Products and Pricing
Carrying dozens of prescription medications, this e-pharmacy seemingly has it all. While this may appear to be a positive attribute, it’s generally a telltale sign that this is an illegitimate practice. Most verified companies specialize in categories of health and may only carry a handful of medications. This showcases knowledge and professionalism, over easy marketability.
In the case of this e-pharmacy, the medications are categorized under:
- Men’s Health, Women’s Health
- Antibiotics, Beauty & Skin Care
- Diabetes, Eye Care
- Heart & Blood Pressure
- Exclusive Products
- Phallus Powder & Vitality
This company does claim to require a doctor’s prescription for service, as well as the standard “FDA approval” for all medications. However, without documentation to verify these claims, we can’t take them for certainty.
Payments and Shipments
Presently, there is no payment information available on this website. There is a “Payment” section under the sitemap, but it is a broken link. This means customers would need to begin to complete a purchase, to be aware of available payment method options.
In terms of shipping, there is much more displayed information. The e-pharmacy claims to ship internationally, although they do not specify if there are certain countries they can’t ship to. They also state that shipping is free on any order over $200, however, lesser order’s shipping fees are determined based upon where you are located (with a static fee of $15). Lastly, they guarantee delivery in 12-15 business days.
This e-pharmacy doesn’t host a section dedicated to testimonials, nor are there presently ratings on many of the “best selling” products. There is a section under medications for submissions, but a lack of site traffic seems to have led to a lack of feedback.
On a third-party site like Trustpilot, this company only has one submitted review. The e-pharmacy supposedly holds 3.2/5 stars, but this makes little to no sense, as the only review is a one-star. The rating is poor, stating customer service was both rude and unhelpful.
Despite Scam Adviser’s oddly high rating, we are more so concerned over the lack of licensing, regulations, and transparency. All of this makes the online pharmacy’s services rather sketchy, leaving us to give it a 1-star rating. Perhaps in the future, this company will consider becoming legitimate, but for the time being folks should consider using another service.
In conclusion, we can’t recommend the use of GoodRxMedicine.com.