Review – A Con and Scam Mexican Online Pharmacy!

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MexicanPharmacy asserts that it has been in business for a very long time i.e., as early as 1978. It began its online business in 1993. It has a wide variety of medicines in the areas such as Asthma, Arthritis, Blood Pressure, Cancer, Cardiovascular Diseases, Diabetes, Pain Relief, Anabolic Steroids, Hormones, Men’s and Women’s Health and some others. No information is given on the site regarding the FDA approval status of generic medicines available at Mexican Pharmacy.

A wide variety of erectile dysfunction medicines were found in the Men’s Health area. Some of them were well-known brands, while others were generics. 4 tablets of Pfizer Viagra (100 mg) are being sold here for $85. One generic Viagra product available here is Figral (Sildenafil Citrate), 12 tablets of which cost $65. Generic Cialis is also available here under the name of Tadalafil (20 mg) and 10 tablets cost $75.

Mexican Pharmacy accepts payment from its customers through checks, money orders, and bank transfers.
Local orders are dispensed through DHL and reach within 24 to 48 hours. However, uses exporting agents for international delivery. Registered parcel delivery takes 14 to 18 days. EMS delivery takes 8 to 12 days. MexicanPharmacy charges a $15.00 Co-Prescription Fee with each order.Since no shipping fee is mentioned separately at the site or displayed during order placement, $15 is probably meant as a shipping fee.

There is only one way to contact the is through the following email address [email protected] It’s not clear as to how much time Mexican Pharmacy takes to reply to an email.

Prescriptive medicines cannot be returned or refunded. Conditional refunds can be given for products in case they have been incorrectly dispensed, are in damaged form but the customer has to fill a Product Return form and go through the proper procedure. A 20% restocking fee has to be paid by the customers even if the refund and return are approved. Reviews

It made sense to check whether has a level of popularity with its customers or not. There were no testimonials posted on the site of Mexican Pharmacy but it didn’t matter much as I was looking for customer reviews on independent sites and I was able to locate some old ones on Pharmacies Review site. They were fairly negative:

An unnamed customer submitted a review on 9 January 2013 to complain about Mexican Pharmacy. He said that he placed his order amounting $120 on 12 December and hadn’t received his order until 9 January 2013. The excuse the pharmacy was giving him was the doctor who wrote the prescriptions was on a “vacation”. This customer sent 9 emails to Mexican Pharmacy in one week and didn’t receive a single reply. He considers the pharmacy owners to be “thieves” and have warned other customers to stay away from it. An older and more detailed review by a customer who used the alias BeenScrewed, submitted on 6 December 2012, iterates the same stance that is nothing but a “very well laid elaborate out scam site”. They try to look legitimate until they are able to get hold of money from a customer, after that they stop communicating and give a “boat load” of excuses to the customer regarding why their orders haven’t reached and why they aren’t responding by trying to hide behind their HIPPA compliance clause. This customer placed an order of $600 in September in his “naïveness” despite his inability to find any kind of reviews related to this pharmacy. He didn’t receive his order despite sending daily reminder emails. He warns others to “AVOID” altogether. Reviews 2016

Scam Advisor helped one determine that Mexican Pharmacy was indeed located in Mexico as per its claim but it has not got many visitors.

Scam Advisor didn’t get any evidence that would help it consider as a safe, risk-free, and trustworthy site. So it advises users not to carry out transactions at this site.

Though Scam Advisor’s findings were sufficed, I still checked out LegitScript and found Mexican Pharmacy to be branded as rogue internet pharmacy. Coupon Codes

There are only two discount offers found on i.e., users buying HGH hormones will get a discount of 20% and those purchasing antibiotics will get a 5% discount. No other discounts or savings are possible on the purchase of other medicines.

Conclusion goes to elaborate lengths to give the impression of being a legitimate site; however, if you dig deeper, you are able to find reviews that expose its true nature. Mexican Pharmacy has conned many customers out of large sums of money. Once the orders are placed, the pharmacy stops communicating and the orders are never sent. This con and scam online pharmacy should be rated lower than 1 (poor) but the rating scale doesn’t permit that.

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