Drugs-Depot.Com was an online pharmacy that had its physical location in the United States. While researching on the drugstore recently, I tried accessing its website but I found that for unknown reasons the drugstore is currently offline. I had to use its website capture available on web archives to write this review. The drugstore although located in the United States was sourcing its medications in India. Most of the meds available on the site were generic meds. Drugs Depot was only focusing on the sale of medications which have already received approval from the FDA. I couldn’t locate any controlled substance on the pharmacy site.
After browsing through Drugs-Depot.Com web archive site, I managed to determine that Drugs-Depot.Com was not actually a physical drugstore located in New Jersey. Drugs-Depot.com was a pharmacy referral service that focused on referring customers to licensed ground pharmacies. Drugs Depot had a fairly limited catalog. I managed to count a total of 17 items on the drugstore site. Some of the medications in its catalog included Anti-anxiety medications, Pain relief meds, sleeping aids, weight loss meds, and erectile dysfunction medications.
ED meds appeared to be the most popular pills on the drugstore website. These were being advertised the most. To determine whether I could afford purchasing medications at Drugs-Depot.Com I checked the price of generic erectile dysfunction pills. To get a pill of generic Viagra 100mg, the buyer had to part with 1.667 dollars. To get a pill of generic Cialis 20mg, the buyer would have needed to pay 2 dollars. To purchase generic Levitra 20mg, the male would have to part with 2.67 dollars. Although this price is not the lowest, I found it to be fair. The store did not have an Rx policy. Buyers could source their meds from the drugstore without having to get a prescription script first.
The payment method offered on the drugstore was credit cards only. This means that a buyer would have had the ability to dispute his or her payment if the meds paid for failed to arrive. This is one thing I found to have been appealing for the drugstore when it was operational. The drugstore was charging a flat shipping rate of 25 dollars. The only countries to which Drugs-Depot.Com was shipping are the United States and Europe.
This pharmacy had a satisfaction guarantee. However, I couldn’t find any information on the pharmacy website on whether it was offering re-shipments in case of damaged products or lost products. However, the drugstore had a 100% money back guarantee. The pharmacy instructed their unhappy clients to contact the pharmacy support department.
The drugstore had a live chat button. Although I could not manage to try it out myself I managed to get a screenshot of an old conversation. As per the conversation captured in the screenshot, it looks like this live chat was active. I have captured the conversation below:
The other methods of contacting the drugstore were a toll-free United States number which is 1 888 281 8194 and a contact form available on the drugstore contact page.
My efforts to try and find the testimonials left by people who had already used Drugs Deport bore no fruits. There were no reviews available on the web which could help me determine whether Drugs-Depot.Com was a pharmacy that buyers trusted when it was operational. I decided to check the drugstore domain address on Scamner.com. Here are the results I got:
As you can see, Scamner.com indicates that this drugstore had a 0% trust rating. The program did not recommend browsing or even buying from the drugstore. The website lacked a lot of visitors. Popular online pharmacies usually have a continuous stream of visitors who are looking to buy their meds from the pharmacy. Drugs Deport lack of customers indicates that it was never popular.
Drugs-Depot.Com Reviews 2018
Still, I could not locate any testimonials written in 2018 for Drugs-Depot.Com. I decided to check the drugstore domain address on yet another domain address analyzing program. This time, I decided to use Scam Adviser. The results I got on Scam Adviser were exactly what I would have expected for a pharmacy that does not have even a single testimonial online.
The program could not determine where exactly this pharmacy was located. The drugstore website was using a program to mask its physical location. This is not something that reliable online drug stores do. The pharmacy had a malware report on the site which means that it could steal buyer’s information as they purchased medications on the drugstore. Scam Adviser indicates that the drugstore had a 0% trust rating.
Drugs-Depot.Com Coupon Codes
Every online shopper loves coupon codes. This is the reason I tried to locate any coupons available online that buyers could have applied at Drugs-Depot.Com to save more of their money. Unfortunately, the exact number of coupon codes I found online for Drugs-Depot.Com is exactly 0. The pharmacy did not seem too keen to attract more buyers via coupon codes. The only offer I found on the drugstore website was an offer for free bonus pills. The number of free pills a buyer would get became apparent after adding medications to the cart.
Drugs-Depot.Com appears to have been a pharmacy that buyers didn’t like. This can be evidenced by its lack of testimonials. Buying meds from a pharmacy that lacks reviews is not a great thing to do since scammers are always using any opportunity they can find to steal from buyers. Drugs-Depot.Com had fair prices although they were not the lowest online. The pharmacy accepted their payments via credit cards which is the safest way to pay for meds online.
Author: Shelley Roberson
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