Storesea.net is an internet vendor which offers its services as a pill provider to users online who want to get their daily needs and fill medicine prescription at the best prices on the market. Unlike most other vendors that I have seen, this one is actually based in India. For experience, the internet vendor claims that it has been in the business since the year 2009. This puts the still operational internet pharmacy at a standing of at least, eight years now.
There is a number of pharmaceutical products being offered for sale by this vendor. They have diverse options such as antifungal, antidepressants, antibacterial, antifungal and the likes they even had those pertaining to men’s health, women’s health and sexual health on the general, to mention but a few. Looking under the tab of sexual health brought up results for such medicine as Viagra and Cialis. The customer could get the generic options of these brands for as less as $0.38 and $0.89 respectively.
It is worthy of note that a customer should not expect anything brand from Storesea. From the tagline of the business, Store Sea itself had claimed that it was a dealer of just generic medicine. On all of these generics which are undoubtedly made in India, there was no mention of an FDA approval on the pills sold on the website. It is interesting that for payments, the internet pharmacy had quite the variety of options in play. One was the payment via credit card option, and the other allowed the customer process their order with just bitcoins.
No matter what mode of payment the customer goes for, the order is processed the same and sent out on shipping. The shipping can be done via EMS which takes a maximum of 10 – 17 days for the package to arrive. Registered mail takes a longer 30 business days (maximum) for the package to get to its destination. This is compensated for in prices for both shipping methods, even though such information is scarce from the vendor.
Seeing a live chat option offered, I jumped on it only to find out that I might never get someone allocated to talk to me. That is if there is even anyone at the other end of the live chat panel. There are other methods though – a toll-free number and generic email form. I guess the latter two are the most used by the platform since they obviously don’t mean business with the live chat panel.
There is a refund or reship policy for when a customer doesn’t get their package after a certain number of days. The same policy would apply to any client that gets damaged goods on receipt of a package.
From 2009 till now, it is just amazing that this vendor has not managed to get a single user review about themselves. Forgiven, there is no testimonials page on the website, but there surely wasn’t any other user comments from the internet.
Not that I would have taken the reviews from the website as the gospel, but I would have seen that as an effort towards customers given a voice.
For this, I am starting to get disappointed with this vendor.
Storesea.net Reviews 2016
With a 9% safety score, Scam Adviser would suggest that you avoid this vendor with a low trust rating.
From Scamner.com, a harsh verdict of 8% was given to the vendor for both popularity and trust in the internet. With an SSL certificate, and for the fact that Google has never reported the vendor as unsafe, I would say there are some good points yet.
Storesea.net Coupon Codes
The first thing a user would see when they entered this website was the number of discount codes and policy offers on board. One of the prominent ones is a free shipping offered on all orders which have crossed the $250 mark. A customer could also take advantage of the bitcoin payment option which would enable them to get 15% off all orders that they make, as opposed to payments made via credit cards.
Storesea.net did put up a good front most of the time. The lack of customer reviews is still not so acceptable, but they make up for that with a lot of visitors, meaning they are doing something right underground. Even though they had an SSL certificate to secure user data, I am wary of the safety score the vendor recorded on ScamAdviser.
Looking like an average pharmacy, a 3 out of 5 rating is most deserved. Even though I won’t take all of my business to the vendor at once, I would order some ED pills from them at first and see how the service goes.