MedsOffering.com is one of the numerous drugstores believed to provide a wide range of generic versions of brand products to customers. Generic medications are currently gaining fast popularity, due to having the same quality but far cheaper than their brand alternative. The generic products offered by this online pharmacy are believed to be of high quality. They are apparently developed by trusted and licensed manufacturers, with similar chemical components as their brand counterparts.
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Medsoffering.com domain was recently registered on April 7th, 2022, a 2-month-old domain at the point of writing. The domain is registered for a paltry 1 year, which will expire on the same date in 2023. In addition, there is no available information about the domain registrant, just the location: Moskovskaya, Russia.
The pharmacy website doesn’t have a Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS); an authentication and secure protocol. The implication of its absence is that the connection to the website isn’t secured. Hence, customers shouldn’t share personal or sensitive information with the website.
Judging from the analysis of the domain information, a scam pattern can be deciphered; an anonymous company with short-term goals and no secured website connection.
The online pharmacy has Canadian Pharmacy as its business name. There is no information on the online pharmacy owner, nor on any employee. In addition, the online drugstore has no physical address, neither in Canada nor anywhere, as far as we can tell.
The absence of information on the online drugstore owner follows the same pattern as the domain information – anonymity.
The next step in this pharmacy e-store review is checking for approval status by any reputable bodies. There are three regulatory approvals we will be looking out for, by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP), LegitScript, and the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA), since the online pharmacy claims to be Canadian.
Unsurprising, the newly registered pharmacy e-store isn’t recognized by NABP or CIPA, hence no regulatory approval. However, it is recognized by LegitScript, although its rating is rogue. The rating doesn’t in any way endorse the online pharmacy, as it denotes the pharmacy e-store as a scam website practicing unsafe and misleading acts. Some of these illegal and unsafe acts include the sale of counterfeit drugs, or drugs without prescriptions.
Products and Pricing
Some of the categories of products offered by the online pharmacy to its customers include:
- Mental Disorders
- Diabetes, etc
The online drugstore also has claims of its products being at competitive and very affordable prices.
Payment and Shipping
The accepted payment option includes:
- MasterCard and Visa
Customers can use these shipping methods for order deliveries:
- Registered AirMail: This shipping option costs $9.95 on all orders below $200, but is free for all orders above the said amount. Delivery duration using this shipping medium takes between 14-21 business days.
- EMS shipping: There is a flat rate of $29.95 shipping cost on all orders with this option. It is the fastest shipping method, taking between 3-9 days before delivery.
There are about 20 positive reviews on this pharmacy website from people in countries like the UK, US, and Australia. However, the credibility of these reviews or the realness of the customers cannot be ascertained. There is no proof that these reviews weren’t written by the online pharmacy owner(s). Candidly, the reviews look fake and shouldn’t be taken as anything more than fake and misleading.
Interacting with a newly registered online pharmacy is always a big risk, a bigger risk if its owner is anonymous. In addition, the online pharmacy website isn’t secured, meaning personal information isn’t protected. These factors alone enunciate a scam. In addition, the online pharmacy has no approval status from three regulatory bodies: NABP, CIPA, and LegitScript. You might wonder why this online pharmacy is in operation with no approval status. The answer is quite simple, its purpose is to scam customers with promises of cheap products and the sale of prescription drugs without requiring prescriptions.
Considering these factors, the review of this online drugstore leads to one conclusion – a scam online pharmacy. Consequently, it will be given 1 star, and customers are advised to steer off this scam website and online pharmacy.
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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