Review – 2002-Established Store with a Meager Web Exposure

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Based on the store’s data, it is an ISO-accredited company selling government-certified meds. However, Med Search Online did not have any information concerning its location and where it sources its medications, but this lack of data concerning these is quite typical amongst online drugstores. The store, though, seems to let its buyers think that it is a Canadian pharmacy because of the clues such as a maple leaf on its logo and referring to its service as a Canadian Pharmacy.

Before consumers are able to order their meds on, they are required to fill in a membership form. The consumers with memberships on are also automatically termed as members of the company OMNI DWC LLC, a UAE-based company which owns the website Med Search Online.

Famous products on include OTC and prescription meds such as Entex, Benadryl, Advair Diskus, Celebrex, Celecoxib, Duloxetine, Atorvastatin, and various others. The store posted its top-selling generic, OTC, and brand products instead of showcasing a list of medical conditions catered to by Med Search Online.

Because I am particularly concerned with erectile dysfunction products, I searched the store for its stocks for Viagra, Cialis, and Levita. It was interesting to see that the store offered generic and brand options for each ED medication, and even indicated where the products are going to be shipped out from. Viagra 100 mg (Pfizer) from Canada costs $21.65 per pill, but the consumers should purchase at least 4 tablets. On the other hand, Cialis 20 mg (Eli Lilly) is sold for $27.38 per pill and should be purchased of a minimum of 4 pills. Med Search Online does not have any discussion for the requirement of prescriptions for its clients, so it is easy to assume that the consumers are allowed to make their purchases on even without sending their prescriptions to the Med Search Online support team.

Shipping is a bit pricey on Med Search Online, as the store charges the buyers a minimum of $10.99 to a maximum of $49, depending on the location of the buyers ordering from the store. The products and the shipping charges may be paid for using EFT/electronic fund transfers and personal checks. Besides these two, there are no other payment options available on offers a “Try Me” guarantee for first-time buyers and allows first-time clients to return their orders should they be dissatisfied with the products, no questions asked. For more details, you can reach the store using its live chat support whenever available.

During my visit, though, MedSearchOnline’s live chat support was offline, as the shop operators are only available during Mondays through Fridays from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm CST, and Saturdays 8:00 am to 3:00 pm CST. Reviews

Med Search Online, unfortunately, did not have consumer reviews for its service, and only had on-site comments from its “consumers”. Of course, the buyer reviews are all positive and are full of praises for the online pharmacy.

According to, all of its reviews are from “verified customers”. J. Crutchley, one buyer who posted on May 2017, said that is a no-brainer to use. He rated the store 4 out of 5 because the store requires the consumers to mail in their checks, as the store does not allow phone or website payments.

M Fielder also mentioned that the store is quite easy to order from. He rated the shop 5/5 stars due to the store’s helpful customer service and its fast shipping.

Despite these comments’ positive nature, I am not certain about its reliability when it comes to fulfilling buyer orders, as these testimonials did not come from external, unbiased sources. Reviews 2017

More on-site consumer reviews are accessible on Med Search Online, but since they are merely posted on-site, we can’t be too sure about their credibility.

Although M Klein gave the shop 5 out of 5 stars for its friendly staff, I am not convinced that this store is 100% reliable in fulfilling consumer purchases.

Overall, was only given a poor, “rogue” rating by Legit Script, one of the web’s trusty sources when it comes to domain analyses. According to Legit Script, “rogue” domains are high-risk websites which are not adherent with the standards in proper pharmacy functioning.

Also, shops with this rating are engaging in fraudulent business practices. The good thing about this shop, though, is that it was created in 1999 and is only bound to expire in May 2018. Coupon Codes

During my visit on, there were no coupon codes available for consumers. Even free shipping and free merchandise are not available.

Conclusion is a modest shop with high prices for the medications. The store exhibits a long history of service, but oddly has no reviews for its service from trustworthy internet review platforms. I only recommend shops with external testimonials, so I am rating this store only 2 out of 5. I suggest you look for other virtual drugstores to get your items from.

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