Pharmnet-rx.com has to be one of the poorly developed pharmaceuticals vendors that I have been to in a while. With an already less-than-impressive homepage, the copyright information suggests that the website has been a registered internet pharmacy since the year 1999. However, for one reason or the order, they stopped their operation in the year 2015. During the years of operations, the admins of Pharmnet Rx never thought it well to include the region where they were operating out of.
Pharmnet Rx used to offer some quick reliefs and remedies, but the list wasn’t even near-exhaustive. For example, there was the option of getting pills limited to sexual health, personal care, diabetics medicine, child care and the likes. There wasn’t really much to see here. Looking for Viagra, the 5-tablet pack from the e-pharmacy would normally retail for $167.00. From this, I believe they might not have been in the business of generics. Good enough, Pharmnet Rx promised not to sell drugs to customers if they didn’t have a prescription at hand.
Not even an FDA status was provided throughout the length of the website. For a pill store that doesn’t sell generics, I think this should have been something they would take into consideration and hope to display for all to see. Credit card payments are accepted for processing of order, after which the products are then sent out on shipping. For shipments, the customer can look at either of three options.
There is the standard shipping service which goes for $1.95 and takes 7-10 days for the product to arrive. Likewise, Priority Shipping goes for $5.25 at 5 -7 days while EMS takes a charge of $22.95. The high price is justified in the reduced wait time of 3-5 days. For returning customers, Pharmnet-rx.com ensures that they get their pills faster than they had to wait the first time, applicable across all shipping packages.
There was no sense doing a real-life customer test for a website that has obviously closed up shop. However, they didn’t have a live chat panel back in the day. This limited a customer who wanted to get in touch to just generic email form contact or use of toll-free numbers listed on the internet pharmacy. There is a return policy in place, but it doesn’t apply to prescription items.
For non-prescription products, they can be returned within ten days of getting them. That is provided the items have been unopened and undamaged in one form or the other.
For more than a decade that Pharmnet-rx.com spent in the business, they didn’t manage to get any user to leave a comment about them. Forgiven, they didn’t have a testimonials page on the website (not that the opinion from there would have been fully trusted anyway). However, for sixteen years, one would expect that some other independent website would have a user comment entry about them.
Lack of user comments sets me back in knowing how their services really were, and it does speak of a suspicious brand, now more than ever.
Pharmnet-rx.com Reviews 2016
This same platform determined the internet pharmacy to be 65% safe and have an indeterminate popularity among buyers online. This is usually a factor of low popularity on the internet. To cap it all off, Scam Adviser suggests that the internet pharmacy is unsafe for the online user.
Scamner’s opinion wasn’t so off-track from that above. There’s the 8% score on both trust and popularity, the verdict of the website not being suitable for children and the absence of an SSL certificate. It is then little wonder why buying and browsing the internet pharmacy is not advised.
Pharmnet-rx.com Coupon Codes
Continuing the trend of missing information from this e-pharmacy is the coupon codes/ discount offers that it could have at hand. There was simply no information to be found anywhere on the savings options that they had in place for interested customers.
Now that they have taken their business off the internet (but left the skeletons there for users to see), there is no use getting what offers they could have had.
Pharmnet-rx.com didn’t impress one bit, and they didn’t even try to change that all through. No information was provided about the region of operation, they didn’t do anything for an FDA approval, and their prices are surely not even the best on the market.
Even if those could be forgiven, lack of customer comments for a sixteen-year-old online pharmacy was coupled with bad reports from internet analysis. Now that the drugstore has even been out of business for two years now, a rating of 1 out of 5 is well deserved. I would never advise anyone to buy from Pharmnet-rx.com, and I wouldn’t too.