BlueChew.com is an online pharmacy which specializes in men’s health medication. They offer affordable, convenient and chewable tablets provided by a doctor overseen service. We investigate this store to find out if it is somewhere you should consider when looking for men’s health pills online.
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Domain Name Information
The details of this domain registration show that this site address was registered in 2005 and doesn’t expire until 2022. A domain name which has been created a long time ago and one which still has years to run on it, both suggest a more reliable and legit business running the store.
We can also see that the contact information is also shown in the record. This is another good thing to find, as often scam pharmacies use a privacy service to keep their information hidden.
Who Runs BlueChew?
The BlueChew site looks very professional, so it was surprising to us to not be able to find a business name or address anywhere on the store’s pages. To find a real-world contact address we’ve to look to other sites.
The domain registration information gives us a business name and address. This online pharmacy seems to be operated by Dermacare LLC, based in Chicago, IL. Both this business and BlueChew was co-founded by Doctor Alex Jovanovich.
As this business is based in the USA we would expect them to be regulated by the NABP, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. They don’t display any seals from NABP, however, they do display a seal from HIPAA. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act requires that businesses protect patients sensitive health data with network, physical and security policies in place.
LegitScript has looked at this online pharmacy with the result of an unapproved rating.
This store only sells men’s health pills in a chewable form. They sell generic pills which are manufactured in the US.
These drugs require a prescription and an online doctor consultation is provided for free. This consultation takes the form of a questionnaire which a doctor will check through within two days of your submission.
If you are turned down for treatment you will be fully refunded.
The prices on the site are actually quite competitive, this is likely due to the subscription model and generic pills provided.
The drugs can only be purchased by signing up to a monthly plan. Plans range from 5 to 28 pills per month and these will continue to be delivered to you until you tell them to stop.
Payments are processed by Stripe and they accept;
- Diners Club
- American Express
The way in which this store operates, by using online questionnaires to give their doctors enough information to prescribe, isn’t legal in every US state. Telemedicine, as it is known, isn’t currently allowed in the following states; Arkansas, Florida, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Utah and Virginia.
Shipping is handled by the USPS. They do not ship drugs outside of the US but they hope to change that in the future.
This store shows some very positive BlueChew.com reviews on their homepage. All of these customers give them a 5-star rating and only have great feedback for the site.
It isn’t surprising to find only great feedback on the store’s own pages, they aren’t very likely to upload negative testimonies to their own site after all. They may be genuine customer comments but they may also be cherry-picked testimonies.
For this reason, it is normally better to find customer feedback on independent review sites. We have, fortunately, been able to find just this sort of customer testimonials.
The reviews found on the independent site are unsurprisingly rather more mixed. Some guys are extremely happy with the service and pills provided, while others find that the drugs aren’t working as expected.
The store does offer a refund if you find that the drugs don’t work as expected, so most of the problems highlighted here aren’t that major.
This online pharmacy seems to be doing most things right, though things aren’t completely perfect. It would be better if they were more transparent about who they are and additional regulation would be ideal.
Overall though, the good far outweighs the bad and we award them 4 stars out of 5.
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