VnoPrescMed.com is an online pharmacy that promises discounts and bonuses. They say they are a trusted source of reliable generic medications throughout the world, but should you trust them? We look at what they are doing, finding many problems that should make you think again.
|Date of Registry||2020-10-17|
|Drugstore Name||Online Pharmacy|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
Looking at the database entry for this domain name shows that this pharmacy hasn’t been in business for long. The website address has been only registered since October 2020, and this increases the chances that they are a scam many times over.
There is a little information in the database entry about where the owner of this pharmacy is located. It shows that the owner is located in Coruna, Spain.
When we look on the website, the information we found in the domain name records isn’t repeated. Instead of giving us a Spanish address for the business that is operating this pharmacy, we get nothing.
The pharmacy does try to imply that they are located in the USA, but this seems unlikely. This is done to try and reassure customers in the US that they are making the right decision by buying from this pharmacy.
The lack of information about where the business is based is a common problem with scam pharmacies.
If this pharmacy is really operated from Spain, it needs to be following the EU distance selling regulations. This means that they need to display the common distance selling logo on every page of their store that offers medications to customers.
However, this important logo isn’t shown anywhere on the site and means that they are operating illegally from Spain.
The pharmacy does claim that they are only selling FDA-approved drugs. But this only means that the formulas being used are approved by the FDA and not necessarily the manufacturer, and certainly not the pharmacy itself.
Checking with LegitScript we can see that this pharmacy hasn’t got a great reputation. They are considered to be a rogue pharmacy because they do not meet the normal standards for an online pharmacy.
The pharmacy is offering mostly generic medications to its customers. They seemed most interested in selling men’s health drugs, but also offer some other treatment options including:
- Weight loss
Prices on the store are fairly low though they aren’t the lowest we’ve ever seen. When we look at the product pages we find some things that concern us.
They don’t provide any information about who has manufactured the generic pills, let alone tell us where they are being dispensed from. This increases the risk that the pills being sold on the site are not high-quality.
Low-quality medications might not contain the active ingredients they are supposed to. This runs the risk of doing you more harm than good when you are trying to improve your health.
When you make a purchase on this store you are offered free men’s health meds, even if this isn’t really suitable for you or your condition. Payment for your order takes place on a different site that does have security and allows you to pay with the following:
- American Express
- Diners Club
Despite the pharmacy saying that it offers two options for delivery when we tried it they only had one. The remaining shipping option was the more expensive trackable delivery service costing $30. This is free however when you spend more than $300 on meds.
There are many VnoPrescMed.com reviews to be found on the site. Not only do they have a testimonials page, but they also have customer feedback on the product pages.
While this might fill you with confidence, it shouldn’t. This customer feedback is fake and can be found on many other scam online pharmacies.
The comments are obviously fake when you look at the date they were supposedly posted. The most recent comments have a posting day of January 2020, and as we have already shown, the pharmacy didn’t exist then.
There are a number of rather obvious problems with his pharmacy that quickly show them up to be the scam that they are. They are trying to make it seem that they are based in the USA when they aren’t, they don’t have any accreditation, and feedback is fake.