1-Pills.com is an online pharmacy which makes some rather grand claims. They tell you that they’ve had over 1 million customers and that they’ve been operating since 1997. Our research into this store reveals these claims to be a total fabrication.
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The site offers a wide range of products, but they are very clearly focused on selling male enhancement drugs. The prices do seem to be fairly competitive, though not quite the cheapest available. They claim to sell brand name drugs as well as generic, but can they be trusted to provide brand name pills? Read on, for the answer to that question.
Free pills are also given away with every order from this site. The pills are supposedly the top brand name pills in the men’s health sector, though whether that is what you will actually get is anyone’s guess.
Accreditation from regulatory associations provides a level of safety for consumers when making drug purchases online. This is particularly needed when you are buying products which could potentially harm your health if they are wrong.
1-Pills uses seals from CIPA and MIPA. These are some of the governing associations that cover Canada, and this would seem to be a good sign. However, these seals are used fraudulently. They do not have accreditation from these regulatory associations.
When checking this site with LegitScript we find that it is designated as a rogue pharmacy website. This means they are in violation of the appropriate legal rules for an online pharmacy.
Who Runs 1-Pills.com?
Canadian Pharmacy Ltd. is the name given on each page of the site. Unfortunately, a business address can’t be found for this company and the contact page just uses an online form.
A search for the company name on the Canadian Government database, proves fruitless, finding no exact match. Perhaps this company is registered somewhere else, or maybe and most likely, it is just a fake name used to provide some trust in the website.
Domain Name Information
The information found in the domain name records, unfortunately, doesn’t reveal the name and address of the person or company running the site. It does tell us that the site is new, very new. Scam online pharmacies tend to not be around for very long and this site has only existed for a month. They have also only registered the name for a single year.
This is all rather a surprise, their logo tells us they have been operating since 1997. Whereas actually, this site was only started last month.
One of the first things you notice when visiting this store is the fact that they don’t have a logo that says 1-Pills as you would expect. The logo says something more generic, perhaps to match the pills they sell. No, the real reason is more worrying.
The 1-Pills.com site is not unique, far from it, there are many other copies of this site out there trying to sell you drugs. These sites are all the same except for one difference, the International license number found at the bottom of each page. They have a different number, but all these International license numbers are fake. They tell you when they were issued, but fail to say who issued the license. This is because no-one issued the license.
You can buy your medication on this site using credit cards. We don’t advise you take the risk of giving your card details to this site, though.
The shipping options are either airmail or courier delivery. Airmail costs $9.95 and takes 2 to 3 weeks. Courier shipping will cost $19.95 and it can take up to 8 working days. Tracking isn’t available and the courier service isn’t provided for every country. They have a free shipping option if you are willing to trust them enough to give them a $200 order, this is not advised, however.
The reviews found on scam online pharmacies are used to pretend the business is reliable and delivers on what it promises. Reviews on these type of sites are normally fake because they aren’t a reliable website to do business with. When checking the 1-Pills.com reviews found on this site, they are definitely fake.
How do we know they are fake? There are several reasons which alert us to these fake reviews. Firstly, they don’t read like real reviews and seem to have been written by the same person. Secondly, this site is a mirror of others and the reviews are the same. And thirdly, a search has them showing up on many other sites, one of them even turning up on an Amazon review.
We are only giving 1-Pills.com 1-star, they have failed on so many levels to show they are a trustworthy online pharmacy. The website is a mirror of many others, the reviews being fake here and presumably on every copy too. It is simply not possible to place any trust in this website to provide genuine and safe medication.
POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVESThere are also quite many online pharmacies on the net that have proved themselves to be excellent ones. We keep an eye on them as well. They get into our reviews from time to time, and you can see them on the pages of our site.
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