Reviews – Missing Information

common view is an Indian pharmacy that promises the lowest prices and premium quality. They say that their medications are 100% authentic with the right active ingredients, but can they be trusted? We evaluate the service provided, finding some problems.

About Domain Name
Registration Date2020-09-22
Owner CountryIndia
Contact Informationyes
Business Information
NameRefill Online Pharmacy
Phone Numbersyes
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
LegitScriptstatus: rogue
Customer Support
Courier Mailno
Track Numberno
Free Shipping Optionno

Domain Name Information

We can tell that this store has only been online for less than 2 years, though they are registered until 2023. Unfortunately, a pharmacy that doesn’t have much of a successful business record, increases the chance that they aren’t as reliable as they might be.

registered in 2020

However, the records do reveal some information about the owner. This tells us that they are located in Haryana, India. There aren’t any more details, but this is more information than we find with many drugstores.


Business Contact Details

The store does provide an address in Sonipat, Haryana, India. This is a city just north of New Delhi and matches up with the information in the domain records. It isn’t possible to tell if this is a genuine business address or not, however.



Regulatory Approvals

Regulatory seals are missing from the site, and this could indicate that the pharmacy is a scam. While they say that the pills they sell are FDA approved, this doesn’t mean that the pharmacy itself is approved.

rogueThey also don’t provide any information to support this claim, and we are left to assume that this pharmacy has no genuine accreditation. This increases the chances that the pharmacy is unreliable and risks that the medications they sell won’t be high-quality.

When we run a check on the LegitScript website, the results indicate that this pharmacy is a rogue. This means that they do not have the correct regulatory approval to be selling their medications to the customers they do.


Medication Sold

The pharmacy seems to be selling generic medications that are manufactured in India. The main categories of treatment offered by the store include:

  • Antibiotics
  • Acne and skincare
  • Asthma inhalers
  • Men’s health

While the pharmacy does give the name of the manufacturer of the generic drugs they sell on each product page, they provide little other information. Product descriptions are missing on the website, and they don’t give warnings and directions like most other pharmacy websites would normally.

popular drugs

This could be an indication of problems with his store and not what you would expect from a reputable pharmacy.


Prescription Requirements

The pharmacy is selling many medications that require prescriptions under normal circumstances. However, when ordering from this drugstore you’re not asked to provide a valid prescription.

This problem means that anyone can order medications that are completely wrong for their condition and could produce adverse effects for the patient. This indicates that the pharmacy is not following the basic safety precautions you would expect from a legit pharmacy.


Payment and Shipping

The checkout pages on the website are secured with a valid SSL certificate. You can choose to pay for your medications using the following:

  • Echeck
  • Bank transfer
  • Transferwise

The pharmacy also has the option of paying for your medications with other methods, however, they do not state what these mysterious other methods are. Reviews

The pharmacy does have some reviews on their product pages, but these relate to the products rather than the service. It is always better to find feedback on independent websites.

We have found a few customer comments on the Indian website Nicelocal. While this is more likely to be an unbiased source of customer feedback, we suspect at least some of the comments here are fake.

fake comments

The reason to believe this is because 4 of the 6 comments were posted in December 2020, just a few months after the website name was registered. This marks these comments out as being unlikely to be genuine. On top of this, one of the comments even says they have been buying from the pharmacy for 2 years, something that we know must be impossible.

Any pharmacy that is using fake customer feedback is almost certainly a scam. And we strongly believe this pharmacy is using fake feedback.



As you can see, there are many problems with this pharmacy. While they might claim to sell authentic quality medications, we cannot confirm this. The store also doesn’t display any indication that they have the proper accreditation they should do. Their customer feedback also appears to not be genuine.

We only give this pharmacy 1 star and recommend you don’t use them.




There 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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