Business Name and Address
This drugstore does provide customers with a business name and contact address. They also have phone numbers for the US and the UK, though the address they give isn’t in either country.
They have an address in the Czech Republic, and they give their business name as Europharm Group Inc. We have seen these business details before, many times, and we don’t believe them to be genuine. We can’t find any reference to this business name on official websites, so this appears to be a fake business name.
Legal approval helps keep customers safe, but this pharmacy doesn’t show any seals from regulating authorities. They do say that their products are approved by the Indian FDA for export but fail to provide any evidence of this.
While this could sound reassuring, there isn’t actually an organization called the Indian FDA. The equivalent of the FDA in India is called the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation or CDSCO.
Perhaps the pharmacy doesn’t use the real name of the government organization because they know people are familiar with the FDA, or perhaps it’s just because they made the whole thing up. Since they provide no evidence, the latter could well be true.
Medications on Sale
The biggest sellers on this pharmacy appear to be from the men’s health market, but they sell other drugs too. Other treatments include:
The prices they sell their meds for is fairly low.
When checking their product pages, however, though they do share a fair amount of information about the medications, they don’t provide any information about exactly where they are sent from. We only know that they are sent from India, but we don’t know the names of the businesses involved.
This makes it more likely that the pills they are selling are not really high-quality, as you would expect from a high street pharmacy. If the pills don’t contain the exact ingredients they are supposed to, there is no way of telling by just looking at them. You might notice a difference if you took those pills, but this is a big risk.
The store is selling many drugs that require prescriptions, it even says so in their domain name. They state that a licensed physician will look at your order and write you a prescription.
However, from what we have already found out about this drugstore, we doubt that this is what really happens when you place an order. It seems more likely that they will just dispatch whatever drugs you order without a doctor being involved at all.
They don’t mention consultations for example, so how would a doctor know that the pills are correct for your condition? This isn’t how things are supposed to operate and indicates that what they are saying isn’t true.
We haven’t located any coupons for this pharmacy.
Payments and Deliveries
Online payments for your pills are taken at a different website, they give you the option of paying through the following methods:
There are two options for delivery. Airmail will cost you $14.95 and take up to 4 weeks to arrive. EMS costs $24.95 with delivery promised in up to 8 business days. The more expensive option also gives you a tracking number so you know when your parcel is going to arrive. The pharmacy also tries to charge you for delivery insurance at $6.95, though this is something that seems unnecessary.
You can get free shipping when you spend at least $200. An order of $200 gives you free airmail, but if you spend $300 they give you free EMS shipping.
Every indication suggests that the customer support from this pharmacy would be severely lacking if you need it. If you have a complaint, you are reliant on their online form or phoning their sales number. We suspect that you would not get satisfaction from any complaint you had.
Top-Rx-Market.com Reviews and Testimonials
The store has a page for Top-Rx-Market.com reviews. Unfortunately, we have seen these customer comments many times before and they are fake.
They are found on the other sites that look the same as this store, and more besides.
It is very obvious to us that this pharmacy is a scam. It is the same as many other stores we’ve seen and is likely to be a very unreliable source of medication. They don’t want you to know who owns the store, they have no genuine regulation, and they don’t tell us where they dispense the medication from.
We give this pharmacy 0.9 star, strongly suggesting that you look elsewhere for your medical needs online.
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