ProMedPills.com appears to be a Canadian based online pharmacy offering good discounts and free bonuses. The store looks very professional and seems to have all the right accreditation. Our investigation into this pharmacy reveals some incredibly alarming problems that you need to know before thinking about purchasing from this store.
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The domain record for this site shows us that the address is over three years old and that a privacy service has been used to keep the real owner’s details out of the public record. An address going back nearly 4 years is longer than a lot of sites we see and may give some confidence in the reliability of this drugstore.
The business name is given as ‘Canadian Pharmacy’ and is the logo of the site. This is strange as the domain name is completely different to the site logo. Interestingly, there is no exact match for this business name in the Canadian Government’s corporation database.
A business address is given throughout the site. This is a good thing and something a trustworthy business would do, the only problem is that the address is completely fake. No such address exists in Canada!
A search on Google Maps can’t find the address, the zip code is fake and the name of the road doesn’t exist anywhere in the world.
There is zero evidence of this being a real business based in Canada. The name of the business doesn’t exist officially, and the address is completely fake.
This site displays lots of seals from regulatory associations and security companies. These include CIPA, PharmacyChecker.com, BBB, Department of Health, Visa and VeriSign.
Strangely, as we cover later, though they claim to be verified by Visa they don’t actually accept payment using a Visa credit card. This was the first sign of a major problem with approvals.
When you click on these seals they should take you to the organization which runs the accreditation. Clicking the seals on this site brings up a popup window which is still part of the site and shows certificates from the organizations. All of these certificates are fake and have been photo-shopped to try to give trust in the site.
Not only is the Pharmacy Checker certificate fake but they even list ‘Canadian Pharmacy’ as a rogue company. Unsurprisingly, they are listed as a rogue pharmacy website on LegitScript.com as well.
This site is part of the ‘Eva Pharmacy’ affiliate network of scam online pharmacies. They are believed to operate out of Russia, but the persons behind the network are unknown. What is known is that they encourage affiliates to spam customers and potential customers. We’ve found a few reports of very unhappy customers who have been targeted by this network.
Payment options are Mastercard, AmEx, Echeck, Western Union, MoneyGram and Bitcoin. However, the checkout page isn’t secure, so entering your payment details here leaves you open to having fraud committed against you. It is unsafe to enter your financial information on this site.
Shipping options are airmail and express courier. Airmail costs $15 and will take up to 21 days. The courier service costs $25 and takes up to 14 days. Airmail is free for orders over $150. An order over $300 gets free courier if you are in the US. Orders over $200 also qualify for free delivery insurance otherwise it will cost $4.95.
Learning about what other customers think about a company you want to do business with is normally a very good idea. It should allow you an insight into whether the business can really be trusted with your order. This is, of course, really important when it comes to online pharmacies if put your faith in a scam business it could cost you dearly.
There are a number of ProMedPills.com reviews to be found on this site. They are featured on the front page of the site and mainly speak of the pills for sale, rather than the online pharmacy itself.
The reason why these testimonials talk about the drugs more than the store is that these reviews are also found on several hundred other web pages. It is likely that they are fake, but even if they were originally genuine they weren’t written for this online drugstore.
This online pharmacy has really gone out of its way in its efforts to scam people looking to find cheap medication. They are perfectly willing to commit fraud in order to get a sale. Don’t go anywhere near this pharmacy, you will regret it if you do. 1-star out of five seems over-generous.
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>>>