AllDayGeneric.com claims to have been operating since 2014, offering great savings and a professional service. We investigate these claims and discover some extremely worrying problems with this online pharmacy and the products they sell.
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Domain Name Details
Throughout the site, they claim to have been operating the store since 2014. The domain records, on the other hand, show that this address was first registered in 2016. This would suggest they are lying about the age of the website and could indicate this is a scam online pharmacy. Another issue is that they are using a privacy service in Barbados to hide their real contact information.
This site claims to operate from India, they don’t seem to want anyone to know any more than that though. Neither a business name or address is posted anywhere on the site. It is rather difficult to place any trust in this retailer if they won’t even share their contact information on the site.
Online pharmacies need regulatory approvals in order to make sure customers are safe and receiving the highest standards from the drugstore. This site shows no evidence of having any regulatory approval to operate anywhere in the world.
They do have valid security on the site from McAfee and others, but this is just to make sure your details aren’t stolen by a third-party when you use the site.
LegitScript.com has taken a look at this online pharmacy and their verdict isn’t good. They give the site a rating of ‘rogue’, believing this store is in violation of the law for not only where it operates from but also where they sell to.
The site loads rather slowly, so slow in fact, that you end up clicking the link again. This isn’t a good sign of a legitimate business since low-cost hosting is likely being used on the site.
Another issue is that they are using WordPress and they haven’t turned off the comments. So you have people posting comments for the purpose of getting backlinks to their own site. This isn’t a very professional way to run a site and leads us to think this is more likely a scam pharmacy.
This online pharmacy offers a good range of products with many different generic drugs covering many types of illness. All the drugs are dispatched from India and they do not sell any brand products on this site.
Payment and Shipping
Drugs can be purchased from this store using credit cards, money orders, Echeck, wire transfer and Bitcoin.
A 10% discount is available when paying using Bitcoin.
Shipping costs vary depending on your location and delivery time is up to 20 working days. They don’t deliver to Germany, Switzerland, Canada or Mexico because of customs issues.
Customer reviews are a resource which can help you make better choices when making online purchases. There is a page on this store for AllDayGeneric.com reviews and the reviews found here are all positive. This isn’t a great surprise as they have been posted to the site by the owners, so, of course, they are only going to be positive.
There is also a link on the site to a Trustpilot.com page featuring more customer reviews. Since this is an independent site you would expect a more accurate reflection of customer sentiment. The site has a graphic on their homepage showing a 4.5-star rating on Trustpilot, so they clearly believe this is important to driving more sales.
There are more positive than negative reviews on Trustpilot. An example of a rather alarming negative review casts doubt on the ingredients of the pills received and this wasn’t the only reviewer to say this.
After looking through the reviews a pattern starts to show up revealing that many of these reviews are fake. Overall there are 48 reviews but surprisingly seven of those reviews were posted on the same date (July 2) by people making their first and only review on the site. As you can see from the screenshot, someone from the pharmacy was on Trustpilot that day replying to another rather dubious review.
The fact that the owners’ of this site have gone to great lengths to remain anonymous is a really big issue with this online pharmacy. Other problems include no regulatory approval, the posting of fake reviews to an independent site to manipulate potential customer’s opinions and doubts about the quality of drugs. Add to that the fact that they are lying about the age of the site and you won’t be surprised to find we are giving 2-stars to this online drugstore.
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.
We have placed the best online pharmacies into a separate list on the Pharmacy Ratings page. Ratings of online pharmacies that have successfully passed verification and check by our team: Link>>>
2 thoughts on “AllDayGeneric.com Reviews – Fake Trustpilot Feedback”
this is totally fake information plz check at time and check reviews on trust pilot
Maryaki, this is not fake information! The site has changed but there are no approvals and certificates anyway. That is an important moment for pharmacy. However, we look through the site once again and give one or two stars more.