Homepharmacy.com.au looks very homey. It is owned and operated by Sohail Ashgar. It is an online pharmacy that makes it easy to purchase medications that are generally needed around the home. From first aid to cough and cold, eyes and ears, allergies and sinus, anti-diarrhea, body pains, aromatherapy, and specific condition supplements. The pharmacy sells at the lowest possible price it could and delivers to your home. The pharmacy caters to nutrition and well-being, beauty care, baby shop, personal care, and prescriptions. If you need anything at all that can be used in the home without prescription, you’ll find it at home pharmacy. It is located in Kuraby, Australia. It is operated under Australian laws and standards. The prices of everything on this site are in Australian dollars so I did the conversion to US dollars. The average cost of viagra generic is $1.73 while brand Cialis, which was what they had in store, cost $4.5 per pill.
I noted that payments for orders can be made using credit cards. Homepharmacy.com.au uses Australia Post Registered Mail for delivering orders to clients and clients are encouraged to leave a work address just in case no one will be at home during the time of delivery. If a client isn’t at home to get his delivery, he will be asked to pick it up at the Australian Post Office closest to him. The store does not accept faxed or emailed prescription as this is illegal in Australia. The pharmacy asks to receive an original prescription from a registered Australian doctor before they can dispense drugs that require a prescription. Clients can call to speak personally with a pharmacist from 8:30 am to 6:30 m from Monday to Friday and from 9am to 1pm on Saturday (GMT +10).
If a client’s order is received before 12:15 pm (EST), it will be dispatched that same day. But for clients within Australia, a delivery time table has to be checked which as at when I logged on, wasn’t available. Products are sent outside Australia via Airmail which is not trackable and not insured and can take about 14 days to be delivered. Australia Parcel Post is used for all international orders. There is the option of FedEx for shipment but it has to be on request from a client and attracts additional charges. Within Australia, products under 0-3 kg and under $115.5 come with a shipping fee of $5.40 while products under the same weight but over $115.5 are shipped free of charge. Those above 0-3 kg carry extra charges. Outside Australia, products up to 1kg may have delivery charges ranging from $16.20 to $20, $24, and $30 depending on the part of the world where the person is.
The store doesn’t support live chat but can be reached via email using a contact form.
If a client wants to cancel an order, he can do so as long as it has not been sent but if it has been dispatched, it cannot be canceled and the order will be posted back at the expense of the client. If a product is found in its original, unmarked state, a refund less the postage and delivery fee will be provided.
So far, I was impressed with what the store had to offer but I decided to check for reviews left by clients about their experience with the site. I believe that experience is the best teacher though it doesn’t necessarily have to be mine. I can learn from the experiences of others. I found none of such feedbacks and this was not encouraging. I feel more comfortable acquiring from a site with feedbacks from individuals who have used them so that I know how convenient and safe it was.
This unconfirmed reputation places homepharmacy.com.au in an unreliable zone that’ll make me hold back from recommending it since I can’t confirm its credibility.
Homepharmacy.com.au Reviews 2016
Since I found no reviews on the site, I decided to check pharmacy checkers and I came across the following:
Homepharmacy.com.au Coupon Codes
In my search for coupon codes, I came across this:
There were no freebies for clients outside the country added to the fact that ordering for prescription drugs from other countries comes with a very long procedure.
After all was considered, I concluded that home pharmacy was one pharmacy that is most beneficial to the Australian community. It looked real and had lots of products to offer. The absence of reviews and limited service range makes me rate this store 3 out of 5.
It has a great trust rate as given by scamadviser.com and has reasonable policies. I, though, will not be able to purchase my ED generics here because the prices offered are not so cheap and there’s a long procedure involved especially as these medications are prescription drugs on this site and I live outside Australia.
If you live in Australia, you might want to give it a try but outside Australia, you might want to consider other less complicated and more trustworthy pharmacies as would I.