MyMedicStar.com is an online pharmacy which offers free pills and seems to have full regulatory approval. They also appear to have great customer feedback. We investigate to discover appearances are very deceptive when it comes to this drugstore.
|About Domain Name|
|Owner Country||US (maybe from China)|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Free Shipping Option||yes|
Domain Name Information
The Whois record for this store’s domain name shows us that they have been around since 2014. Often the longer the registration of a domain name address is, the more likely it is to be a reliable business. Scam online businesses normally appear and disappear in a short space of time, so a site which has been online for many years should be more trustworthy.
The owner of this store has chosen to use a privacy service to make sure their contact information and name doesn’t appear in the Whois record. This is often a warning sign of a store that is trying to rip people off.
Business Contact Details
It is normally a good indication of a reliable business when you find the companies name and address on the site. However, this is only true when these details are correct.
The address they give on the store is a location in Montreal, Canada.
When you check this address in Google maps we discover that it only returns a partial match and cannot pinpoint the location. This means that the address they give doesn’t actually exist. Fake addresses are often used by scam online pharmacies, and this is definitely a fake address.
We don’t know who really operates this pharmacy, they could be located anywhere in the world.
The business name of this store is apparently ‘Canadian Pharmacy’, a more generic name for this industry is difficult to imagine and this rings some alarm bells for us. Also, the domain address for this store is not related to the business name. How many reliable businesses do you think, use an entirely different domain name to their business name? The answer is, of course, none.
The reason for this confusion is due to the owner of this store uploading many very similar stores, with the same graphics and logos, using different domain names.
There are many other affiliated stores online which look similar or completely identical to this one. They are part of a network of sites which are likely operated by the same unknown organization.
This online pharmacy displays six seals on the front page of their store. Some of these seals are for regulatory associations and when you click on them, a window pops up to display details of their accreditation.
However, when you click on these seals you don’t go through to the association site to see the validation of this claimed regulatory approval. Instead, the popup window is just another page on the store’s own site. This isn’t how it is supposed to work and suggests a major problem with these claims of accreditation.
When we check with CIPA, we find that this online pharmacy doesn’t feature in the database. They are, therefore, using the CIPA seal fraudulently.
The same is true with the use of the other seals as well. All their claims of regulatory accreditation are fake, put on the site to make customers believe that this is a legitimate online pharmacy. This makes it very clear that this drugstore is a scam.
Payment and Shipping
You can purchase pills from this store using;
- Western Union
Doing so would be a grave mistake, however, the checkout page is completely insecure. This could lead to your payment information being stolen and uses fraudulently.
Shipping options are airmail or express courier. Airmail costs $15 with delivery in 10 to 21 days. Express courier delivery is expected in 8 to 14 days and will cost you $25.
Free airmail shipping is available on orders over $150 and free courier shipping for orders over $300. They give you free insurance if you spend over $200, otherwise, it will cost you $4.95.
There are some supposed MyMedicStar.com reviews which feature on the front page of the store. There are some very obvious problems with these testimonials, unfortunately.
All of these customer comments aren’t actually talking about the pharmacy, instead, they talk about the drugs the person received. This suggests very clearly that these testimonials have no relation to this store, are fake and taken from somewhere else to try to deceive potential customers.
There is a great amount of deception involved behind the scenes with this pharmacy. They are hiding their real contact information with a fake address and business name, using fake accreditation as well as fake customer testimonials. We can only conclude that this drugstore should be avoided at all costs.
So, 1 star out 5 is all we can give them.
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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