Mypillrx.com is a banal site with a modest layout and with generic pills advertised on its primary page. The actual store name of Mypillrx.com is My 69 Rx Store and it is odd that the shop redirects to an identical site, My69rx.com when I visited the “About Us” section of this online shop. I thought I’d be able to find tangible, concrete business details about the shop, but like the archetypal mutterings from one online store to another, Mypillrx.com only declared that it offers “high-quality” products which are approved by the FDA and the WHO. Mypillrx.com overtly states that it sells mostly generic products, and explained that generic are the same as the brand-name medicines and are not fake counterparts of the branded medicines. I actually had trouble comprehending most of the shop’s content due to its broken and wordy English, which denotes that the shop is not of an English-speaking country origin.
There are only a few drug categories presented by My Pill Rx/My 69 Rx Store; the shop only has smart drugs (Provigil, Modafinil, Modalert, etc.), pain relief meds (Soma, Tramadol, Ultram, etc.), men’s health meds (Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and their generic analogs), women’s health meds (Lovegra, Fosamax, Clomid, etc.), and general health meds (for weight loss, viral infections, and various others). Mypillrx.com counts Tramadol, Soma, Armodafinil, Generic Cialis, Modafinil, Generic Viagra, and several other products as its best-sellers and the store features these meds on its primary page.
Since My Pill Rx has products for impotence such as generic counterparts for Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra, I went on to check how much the store sells them. The minimum purchase amount for generic Cialis 20 mg is $44 for 20 pills for the new clients, but for returning clients, the price is $40. Generic Viagra, on the other hand, is sold at $37 for 20 pills of the 100 mg for new clients, but for returning clients, the price offer for the same product and same quantity is $34. Although there is no specific Rx and no-Rx group for the meds on the shop, My Pills Rx states that some of its medications may require prescriptions and that the clients may need to fax or email their Rx orders from their respective doctors.
Clients may pay for their orders on Mypillrx.com using Western Union, Money Gram, E-checks, and credit cards such as Discover, American Express, VISA, and MasterCard. It is unique, though, that Mypillrx.com states that it accepts “cash-on-delivery” for orders in the USA via UPS and USPS.
According to My Pills Rx/My 69 Rx, it ships out its products from the UK, the US, India, Russia, and Singapore. As for the shipping fee, the store charges $18 for registered post deliveries, but the shop asks for $25 for products shipped via EMS. If in case the order never arrives or if the products are damaged during travel, buyers are assured by Mypillrx.com refunds or replacements.
My Pill Rx did not have any live chat support option, but you can use the phone numbers accessible on the store. You can also email the store using the messaging function on the store.
Several client assessments for Mypillrx.com are available on the web, and I found a particular review for the store on Pharmacyreviews.md.
Abcman, one buyer, posted his comment for Mypillrx.com on the platform on August 2016. He did not give a rating for My Pill Rx and just mentioned that he recently placed an order on the store and complained about receiving a non-working tracking number. Also, he stated that he was not replied to by the shop when he sent emails inquiring about his order, which was not a good sign. He said that he will give an update, but there were no follow-up comments from this author.
Mypillrx.com Reviews 2017
The store had a good recent review from a client who gave 5 stars, but the shop also received this complaint from Jimmym430 (on Pharmacyreviews.md), who stated that the shop was a “complete scam”.
The reviewer did not say that he was unable to receive the items he ordered, but he complained about the product on the store being ineffective. This buyer encouraged clients to shop from other online sources.
I also tried looking at Mypillrx.com on the eyes of Scam Adviser, and the shop had a bad rating from the online platform. According to the data for My Pill Rx, the shop was declared “ROGUE” sometime in its lifetime and the store was also detected to have malware reports linked to its service. The shop’s detected age was only about 2 years, but its real location was hidden, even if the shop’s details point out Russia or the United States.
Mypillrx.com Coupon Codes
Coupon codes are not presented on My Pill Rx and there are no overt discounts for the products. However, the store has mini discounts for its products for returning clients. Prices for the meds on the shop are slightly lower for regulars of the store compared to the newbie prices.
Despite the lack of offers, Mypillrx.com has this unique COD or cash-on-delivery option for its clients around the United States.
The shop charges nothing for shipping for clients around the US area.
It is confusing that the store Mypillrx.com has a different name (My 69 Rx), and in some parts of the store, the shop redirects the buyers to another website, but a website with similar content.
Products on Mypillrx.com are cheap and the store even has a COD option for its clients around the US area. What is odd about the shop, though, was the shop having an almost incomprehensible website written in broken English.
My Pill Rx did have reviews and although one buyer praised the store, there was a complaint about the shop’s product quality. I am rating Mypillrx.com 2 out of 5 and I suggest dealing with this store with care.