Online pharmacy scams don’t get more obvious than this. However, we urge you to go through this detailed deliveryspot.net review to understand why we have labeled this drugstore a scam.
|About Domain Name
|Europharm Group Inc.
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
|Free Shipping Option
According to whois.com, the site is just a few months old (was registered on 17th April 2018) yet the owners claim the site is seven years old. What’s more; our past investigations have uncovered an age pattern that is common with rogue online pharmacies, i.e., they tend to be new (less than a year old). Most of them have also invested in paid domain protection services to hide the identity of the registrants. Deliveryspot.net has used GKG.NET to conceal their identity. We find this fraudulent.
Fraudulent online drugstores also tend to belong to a family of other fraudulent drugstores which look similar in every manner including design and customer care contacts.
Deliveryspot.net is similar to the drugstores below among many others. We are forced to conclude deliveryspot.net is part of an affiliate marketing scam.
- 365worldstorerxs.com (Read here)
- 365worldstorerxm.com (Read here)
- 24h-drugsstore.com (Read here)
- Med-shop24x7.com (Read here)
- Online-rxstore.org (Read here)
- Cmed24.com (Read here)
- 247worldstorerxs.com (Read here)
- Euro-pharma-24h.com (Read here)
Furthermore, the drugstore has a low trust rating on Scamadviser.
After carrying out thorough investigations, we couldn’t establish the company behind deliveryspot.net. The website doesn’t provide this crucial information. Our efforts to establish the real origin of the website were also futile. According to Scamadviser, the site appears to be American based but could also be based in Russia. In fact, there is an 89% chance of the site’s origin being unknown and a 2% chance of the site being Canadian-based.
It is advisable to stay away from online pharmacies which don’t have the necessary regulatory approval given the sensitivity of medication. Buying drugs from unauthorized pharmacies online can cause you more harm than good. Online drugstores which have been regulated display approval seals. However, some rogue websites also have seals from notable online regulatory agencies to mislead unsuspecting customers. For this reason, we can’t rely on online drugstores to say whether they are approved or not. After checking for regulatory approval from notable regulators like NABP, CIPA, Pharmacy Checker and LegitScript, we can confidently say that delivery spot isn’t regulated.
Regulators like LegitScript have already declared them rogue. Online pharmacies which are rogue haven’t met the basic requirements for verification and operation. This makes them very risky. We can’t advise anyone to buy anything from unregulated online pharmacies like deliveryspot.net because the source and quality of drugs can’t be ascertained.
Deliverspot.net might be unregulated; however, the drugstore has one of the most impressive products selections. The products are arranged alphabetically and range from conventional medication like painkillers to sexual health drugs and supplements. If you focus on the product selection, it’s easy to be fooled into thinking you are dealing with a legit store. However, a keen look at the product focus shows the drugstore concentrates on men’s sexual health drugs which are a favorite among rogue online drugstores.
Deliveryspot.net’s pricing is very attractive. In fact, unsuspecting customers are bound to have a hard time resisting the product selection and cheap pricing if that is all they focus on. Online drugstores like deliveryspot.net are able to sell drugs at unbelievably low prices mainly because they source low-quality drugs or counterfeits. It could also be because they have no intention of delivering the drugs once they are paid for. Pricing aside, the drugstore also lures unsuspecting customers with free pills.
Payments and Delivery
Payment is also fast, seamless and secure. Customers can pay using Visa, MasterCard or Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin). Delivery is fast and free for orders past a certain amount ($200 for airmail and $300 for courier shipping).
Online buyers depend on testimonials to decide whether to transact business with a certain online store. Deliveryspot.net has a special section packed with testimonials to inspire trust. However, it doesn’t take long for us to realize that the testimonials are fake. Mirror sites have the same testimonials word-for-word. Furthermore, every testimonial seems to be focusing on the fact that deliveryspot.net delivers orders. We find this highly suspicious. The probability of ordering on deliveryspot and failing to receive your order is very high. A legit drugstore can’t have copied reviews.
Furthermore, there are no verifiable reviews on reputable sites like Trustpilot. We can’t rely on false testimonials.
Deliveryspot.net has lied about age (claims the drugstore is seven years old which isn’t the case). Furthermore, the identity of the owners is suspect and so is the location of the website. The drugstore has also been declared rogue. We don’t need any more evidence to declare this drugstore fraudulent.
We rate this drugstore 1 out of 5 stars.
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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