Reviews – Seized Mirror Store

common view is an online pharmacy which boasts of an 11-year history and of being one of the leading pharmacies on the net. They claim to take customer’s safety seriously and operate to high standards. We review this drugstore, only to find many deeply concerning problems. Don’t shop here before reading our assessment.

About Domain Name
Registration Date2017-03-15
Owner CountryBarbados
Contact Informationyes
Business Information
NameTrusted Tablets
Phone Numbersyes
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
LegitScriptstatus: rogue
Customer Support
Courier Mailyes
Track Numberyes
Free Shipping Optionyes

Domain Name Information

The domain name record for this address shows that the name was registered in 2017 and is due to be renewed very soon. This is surprising, as they claim to have been in business for 11 years.

registered on 2017-03-15

We can also see in the record that a privacy service has been used to make sure that the real owner’s details can’t be traced. Hiding from customers and a short-lived domain name are two common issues found with scam online pharmacies.


Business Contact Details

They state on their site that they are “responsible corporate citizens”, yet despite this, they fail to provide a business name and address. We have no way of knowing who operates this pharmacy or where they are really based.


This store uses a site logo which doesn’t entirely relate to the domain name used by the pharmacy. This is not a normal thing to find on a reputable retailer’s store. The reason for this is because there is already an online pharmacy which goes by the name Trusted Tablets. This store is a direct copy, probably owned by the same people and it exists to earn them more money from their operation.

A number of other mirror sites have been created using the same website template and graphics. Here are just a few examples:

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They also previously used the .com and .net versions of the TrustedTablets domain name, with the latter having been seized by law enforcement agencies. If was seized by government agencies for selling counterfeit products, how likely is it that this related pharmacy is selling counterfeit drugs too?

a message from law enforcement agencies


Regulatory Approval

a logoThe store has a logo in the footer of the site which says “Trusted Rx Approved”, but this doesn’t link to anything and is a graphic which seems to be unique to this store template. It isn’t a valid certification and certainly doesn’t prove that they should be trusted.

They claim to be abiding with the “Drugs and Cosmetics Act of India 1940”, which unless the Indian Government of the 1940s was able to foresee the future, isn’t going to provide much safety for people worldwide nowadays.

Now admittedly, there have been amendments to this act, the last being in 1995, but despite this, the legislation is woefully inadequate. We have no evidence that they are genuinely following these rules anyway.


A more up to date assessment of the legal standing of an online pharmacy can be found by referring to LegitScript. Unfortunately, though, they have reviewed this store only to conclude that they are in violation of the applicable laws and giving them a ‘rogue’ rating.



Medications Available

This drugstore seems to be largely focused on selling men’s health treatments. The pharmacy does seem to sell brand-name drugs or at least that is what the use of brands would suggest. However, the first question on the FAQ page gives the answer that they only sell generic pills. The practice of using brands to actually sell generic drugs is very clearly deceptive and meant to mislead customers.


If this business is happy to mislead customers in this way, what else are they lying about? Perhaps, as suggested by their links to a seized pharmacy site, they are really selling fake and counterfeit medication.

The drugs are manufactured in India, a country which does have a reputation for producing large quantities of fake and counterfeit pills. They are also known for producing generic drugs, but this should be of some concern nonetheless. Reviews

When looking for reviews online, we are only able to find the testimonials page on the store itself. This isn’t ideal, an independent source would be far better.

fake comments

When we check these customer testimonies, we find the same comments posted to the other related mirror stores. These are fake customer reviews, designed to give you trust in the business.



This online pharmacy has all the indications of being a scam. They provide no evidence of being correctly regulated, don’t give a contact address and use fake customer feedback. To top it off they are related to a pharmacy which was seized by law enforcement.

You should avoid this drugstore, we award 1 star out of five.




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.

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>>>

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