OnlineBluePills.com is a supposedly popular internet drugstore that sells genuine prescription drugs at one of the cheapest prices online. They are allegedly selling prescription drugs since 2010 and are one of the cheapest suppliers’ generic medicines worldwide. Even though they sell drugs at reduced prices the quality of these products would never compromise and won’t have any notable side effects after you consumed their products. The drugstore made some lofty claims, which is why we reviewed the drugstore. Read below to know more about our findings.
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The drugstore was launched on 27th August 2018 according to its Whois records and will offer its services till 27th August 2023. This means they are only 3 years old and not running since 2010 contrary to their claim. So, the pharmacy is lying openly and you cannot trust such pharmacies for your medications, which may compromise your health.
Scam Adviser deemed the drugstore as suspicious and gave them a mediocre trust score of 55 due to security issues within the drugstore. We also detected a privacy service being active within the drugstore that is masking all the essential Whois data of the pharmacy including the owner’s whereabouts, business details, etc.
The data shows the business could be operating from India, a country known for selling counterfeited drugs at low prices. The telephone number given on their website is fake and not in operation. Hence, we were not able to reach out to them for further details.
The drugstore does not have any regulatory accreditation from any governing body including the NABP and the CIPA. They are not registered in India or any other part of the world. This means if you buy any of their products, you will be buying unverified and unapproved products putting your health in serious jeopardy.
Legit Script also reviewed the drugstore and put them in their rogue category after they did not meet their minimum standards.
You can buy prescription and OTC drugs at its online store, but it also stores a few other health products with strong enough inventory.
Some of their popular drug categories feature:
- Asthma, Antibiotics, Diabetes
- Digestive System, Eye Care
- Herbals, Pain Relief
- Men’s Health, Weight Loss
There is no definite information about whether they do need a prescription to buy their products or not on their website, but you must keep a copy of your prescription handy before placing your order.
The prices are higher because they sell their products in bulk quantities and not individually. If you look at the prices individually, it does look cheap, but not like most rogue pharmacies running online. This makes the pharmacy interesting as it suggests the products may not be as bad as we initially thought. However, there is no FDA certificate on their website to certify these drugs for human use.
It looks like they only accept major credit cards from Visa, AMEX, Mastercard, etc. on their platform. The ordering process is fairly easy too and anyone can place orders on their website given there are over 18 years old. However, there is no valid SSL seal on their website to safeguard users’ personal information during checkout.
The pharmacy uses International Speed Post to Ship their products worldwide and there is a flat shipping charge of $25 regardless of the products you order. The delivery time will vary and will depend largely on the shipping country and address. They mentioned the products will come with discreet packaging to ensure user anonymity.
There is only one testimonial on its testimonials page and that too, without any meaningful information about the drugstore. Trust Pilot has 5 OnlineBluePills.com reviews posted till now all of which are positive and filled with lofty praises about the pharmacy and its services. They indicate the pharmacy may deliver their orders, but if you look closely, the reviewers posted only one comment till now raising questions about the authenticity.
The pharmacy is likely another scam that originated in India. However, there are some aspects that prevent it from getting the worst marks – the prices of some of its products, the Trust Pilot reviews, if we consider them genuine. Apart from that, it is just another pathetic excuse to dupe innocent people without their prior knowledge.