Review – Turkish Internet Vendor with Very Poor Ratings

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There are a lot of internet vendors that not only sell prescription medicine, but that sell non-prescription meds too. One of such that offers both services is – a website that looks like it needs a leaflet from the doctor to sell its prescription medicine. From the website, the vendor puts its years of experience at seven, operating all of these from the Canadian region. For all of their years of experience, they have managed to stock products that cut across nearly all kinds of medicine and remedies.

The Viagra on Fill Rx Plus sold for $0.37, just a little less below the $0.46 asked for a pill of Cialis. There is also the promise of an FDA approval on all of the products which have been said to come from India. Payment is accepted via credit cards. Of these, it seems that is only in favor with VISA-issued credit cards. As soon as the order has been processed, it can then be shipped via either of Airmail or EMS delivery option.

The EMS delivery takes between 5 – 8 business days while the Airmail option gives the customer a wait time of 2-3 weeks. It is good to know that the shipping can be offered for free if the customer meets certain requirements. To get in touch with the customer care, there are toll-free numbers and a generic email form on Fill Rx Plus. Asides that, there was nothing else. Not even a live chat tab can be found anywhere

There is a moneyback policy which can be activated within 30 days of getting the order. That is if the customer feels that the medicine they got does not provide them with the satisfactory effects. Likewise, orders can be cancelled within the first 24 hours of making them. In cases where the buyer doesn’t get their products at all, or they get damaged goods, they can return it for a refund or get a reshipment. Totally up to such buyers. Reviews

There is a testimonials page on which dos speak highly of its service. The first comment I saw belonged to a certain Wiz Zhang who has received his package and promised to ‘use my discount for further orders.’ Oliver Scott also got his package ‘in fine condition.’ Just a step down is the comment from Neil, Tristan Corring and Paul Geasley who all admitted to having received their packages. It is shocking however that a name such as Tristan Corring and Paul Geasley can show up in more than once place at once.

Some of these are comments that I have seen on some other vendors in the past. This means that Fill RxPlus might be making use of spam comments to mislead its clients. Not that I was ever going to believe any user comment found directly on a vendor in the first place. Reviews 2016 first scores a low trust rating on the ScamAdviser benchmarks tests, and it is deemed a being unsafe for use. Speaking of safety, users are advised that Fillrxplus scores just 0%. That doesn’t end the unimpressive run of results.

Contrary to what the internet pharmacy claims, the site has been registered in Germany but could also be from Turkey. Nothing talks about the Canada that they so hold aloft.

Same kind of results can be obtained on where the vendor gets a 0% score for trust and popularity. Apparently, FillRxPlus dos do not have an SSL certificate, is hosted in a region where scammers are prominent and are unpopular with visitors on the internet. Coupon Codes

There are a lot of deals which the customer can take advantage of on There is one which promises free shipping on all orders as from the $200 mark. For free Airmail shipping, the customer would have to buy goods worth $200 or more, while they get free EMS shipping on $300 orders. Likewise, there is the offer of free pills with every order of ED medicine.


There is something about websites which turn Rogue – they do have a particular trend to them. Hiding its location, there is no telling what else this vendor is keeping from the users. A very low trust rating is paired with such poor results such as low safety rating and low life expectancy. Not to forget is the high chance that the user comments this vendor makes us of are not only spammed, but fake.

With these and much more that space would not allow, I would never buy from, ad rate them no more than 1 out of 5.

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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