I decided to have a look to one pharmacy that used to be around called Healthtab.biz. This online pharmacy is currently unavailable and its domain is now linked to another store. The pharmacy was fairly recent, and was in business for a bit more than 3 years. Health Tab did not provide any information regarding its whereabouts. Like many of our e-pharmacies nowadays, Health Tab also provided generic medications sourced from India. The company claimed all distributed meds were FDA-approved and were in compliance with other international health standards.
Health Tab had quite an extensive repertoire of products, including medications for erectile dysfunction, diabetes, anxiety, general health, and arthritis. The medicines were sold at a quite affordable and friendly rate, reaching rock-bottom prices of less than 1$ per pill. Additionally, customers were also able to find special offers and discounts.
The products were shipped to almost all over the globe, and regular deliveries had no extra cost. Express deliveries were possible as well, although not free. Furthermore, customers were provided with a tracking number for their order. The meds could be purchased using standard credit cards (Visa or MasterCard) and Health Tab accepted 3 different money currencies (Dollars, Euros, and British Pounds). If requested within 24 hours of placement of the order, customers could cancel their orders free of charge. Health Tab also provided full refunds or reshipment if an order is not received by the customer within the advertised time.
Customers could reach out to Health Tab via email, phone, or online support form. Since the online drugstore is no longer operation, I obviously couldn’t reach out to them myself.
Feedbacks from previous clients are always a crucial instrument to ascertain a certain drugstore’s reputation. Customers are capable of saying if the store is honest, efficient and, ultimately, a provider of high-quality products. Without reviews, it is almost impossible to guarantee a pharmacy’s legitimacy. Thus, I obviously went to look for Health Tab reviews and I found a few. Charlotte, oddly enough, mentioned that Health Tab was like “angels walking this earth” because the meds she purchased had a tremendously effect on her daughter. Tom, another very satisfied customer, says he will “never buy from another place again”, whereas Tiffany complimented the store by saying that Heath Tab offered products “at the most competitive pricing” she ever saw.
The problem of these reviews lies on the fact they were posted in Health Tab’s Testimonials page. When reviews are posted in a vendor’s own website, there is a big chance they are compromised and manipulated by the vendor as a marketing trick. And, honestly, judging by the extremely positive and almost surreal reviews, it seems like they were invented. I’m never happy when I see store’s doing this type of fraudulent work, it just very dishonest and inadmissible.
Healthtab.biz Reviews 2016
It is always good to check how well an online pharmacy performs in scam analyzing tools such as Scam Adviser and Scamner. These websites are capable of providing us with useful information regarding the store’s trustworthiness.
Scamner gave Health Tab an almost unsurprising 0% trust rate. According to Scamner, the owner of Health Tab was using a domain to hide its true location, and the store’s domain was only a bit older than one year.
Scam Adviser seems to share the exact same opinion as the previous tool. Health tab was evaluated with an 8% trust score by Scam adviser, which considered Health Tab to be unsafe and untrustworthy. The real location of Health Tab was being hidden, which is never a good sign. Like my mom used to say, honest people have nothing to hide.
Overall, both tools labeled Health Tab has a low trust pharmacy, even considering it to be young unlike the information provided by the pharmacy.
Healthtab.biz Coupon Codes
Health Tab used to offer its customers discounts and coupon codes on top of its already low-cost products. Besides the free regular shipping, people who purchased at least 60 pills of erectile dysfunction meds would get 4 extra pills of generic Viagra, or 2 free pills of Cialis. It’s always nice when stores offer these samples to customers, because who doesn’t like to have free goodies?! Furthermore, free shipping is always good to get since shipping can be quite costly, sometimes even more than the meds themselves.
I have to say that I’m somehow happy that Health Tab is no longer in business. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not trying to be mean, but the store didn’t have a nice reputation, to begin with. First of all, it never mentioned its true location, and neither Scam Adviser was able to track it down. For me, it is somehow discomforting not knowing the basic “Where-Abouts” of the store.
Furthermore, we cannot forget about the fake and manipulated comments. If a pharmacy services were so reliable, they wouldn’t need to input false reviews on their website. This can be very deceitful for future customers and I won’t stand for that. Additionally, it seems like Scam Adviser and Scamner agree with me and considered Health Tab to be unreliable and dishonest.
I do not believe Health Tab was a good store for you to buy your meds from as it would probably just rob you. Hence, I’m giving this unavailable illegitimate pharmacy a 1 out of 5.