Review – Newbie Rogue Pharmacy Closed Down

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Now taken off the internet, is an online vendor which offers both brand and generic medicine to its customers. This, they do at prices which are way cheaper than such customers would have normally gotten the pills for if they were to have taken their business to the local pharmacy or big pharmaceutical companies.

There is little information left about this vendor on the internet. Of those that can still be found, it is surprising to see that the location of this business was missing. There was not even an About Us page on the vendor during the time when they were in operation, so that strikes out. Even though I have no idea when the business started, I believe they were in trade for more than three years before they finally decided to call it quits in the year 2016.

Aclepsa Pharmacy is a vendor that used to offer those that bought from them a wide variety of brand and generic medicine. What endears them to most is the fact that they sold their pills without as much as a leaflet required from the doctor. Looking at the extensive catalog, this vendor sure did have some erectile dysfunction medicine in the box back in the day. For ED pills, the internet pharmacy used to sell its Viagra for just $0.89, offer its Cialis at a price of $1.53 and sell their Levitra for $1.81. If these aren’t great prices, then I don’t know that they are.

Asides from the fear that a customer could get prescription pills without even having a prescription in the first place, the vendor did have FDA approval on all of its medicine. This approval comes pharmacies in India make courtesy of the Indian FDA since the pills they offer.

As soon as the order is made, it can then be processed with credit cards. Only then would the order be sent out on shipping via either of EMS or standard airmail. The shipping policy page in the vendor is nowhere to be found, but I did get that EMS requires a maximum wait time of 10 days. On the other hand, customers who have opted for the Standard Airmail option would be asked to wait for some 3 – 4 weeks max instead.

There is no live chat support, leaving the only way to contact the customer care agents to be the generic email form and some toll-free numbers on Aclepsa-pharmacy. There is no use testing these since there would be no one at the end of a telephone for a finished business. While there must have been a refund and returned policy (or lack thereof), there is no way I can know now that they have taken such pages off the web too. Reviews

Not on, and not on the world-wide web itself, can there be found a single customer review of someone who had bought from this business? Given that such user comments might have been taken off the internet with the pharmacy, it would have been nice to see something on an independent platform.

For me, this suggests a business that is suspicious in one way or the other. Again, it could be that they were grossly unpopular back in the day. Reviews 2016 determines that Aclepsa Pharmacy does not meet the guidelines that it has set for the qualification of a pharmacy, and thus labels the establishment Rogue. Even if I didn’t want to believe this verdict, being off the internet now lends credence to it.

Next up was Scam Adviser who advised against a new website which could be from a country associated with scammers and high risk. With a safety score of 39% to look at, this business might likely be from China, while masking its location to make it look like another.

As far as popularity goes, the vendor as one which is not even known. Coupon Codes did make an effort to keep their customers with great savings options and deals on purchases made. There was a page which showed all of the discount options that a customer could get on ED medicine orders.

Asides from the option of ten free pills as the order increased, there is also a progressive savings option. This meant that a customer could save more by ordering more volume of the same kind of medicine.


Truth be told, is one of those vendors that aren’t worth any of the attention in the first place. They have been in the business or an undisclosed number of years, which could even be a few, according to ScamAdviser. This is the same vendor who doesn’t have an About Page, left a series of gaps and are now off the internet, ultimately.

Rating this Rogue pharmacy 1 out of 5, I don’t think I would ever want to do any business with them. Review -1 out of 5 stars by Stephen K. Walker

Unfortunately for today’s consumer, the number of rogue or fraudulent online pharmacies outweighs the number of reliable organizations. These companies will attempt to convince consumers that they are legitimate online pharmaceutical companies.

Shoppers need to remember, reputable pharmacies will never send SPAM emails advertising their products or services, they will never sell a controlled substance with or without a prescription, and they will never sell prescription medication without a verified physician’s prescription.

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