Offshore-pharma.com was a foreigner and unusual online drugstore based in Asia. The company’s website’s design was bizarre and almost poorly-made, but the pharmacy self-proclaimed itself as Asia’s largest pharmacy. The exact location of the pharmacy was not specified in this very antiquate website.
Offshore-Pharma provided medications used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, including anti-inflammatory agents, vitamins, vaccines, contraceptives, and cardiovascular agents. The meds, both branded and generics, were outsourced at a reasonable price to all over the world. According to Offshore-Pharma, the products were FDA approved even though they were shipped from different places. The company also offered meds to treat erectile dysfunction at a cost of less than $1.5. Customers had to present an authorized prescription to confirm their order. The products were shipped worldwide at a cost of $10 via airmail, taking around 21 regular days to deliver an order.
Clients were able to pay their meds by credit cards (MasterCard and VISA) exclusively. Refunds were also possible as long as customers returned the products unused and in perfect condition.
The pharmacy had a somehow strong presence in social media, and customers could easily find Offshore Pharma in platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Since the online drugstore is no longer available, it was impossible for me to test their customer service. I was only able to gather that the pharmacy could be contacted via e-mail or phone. I wasn’t really expecting nothing more from a store with such a bizarre design.
Reviews are a fundamental step to correctly analyze and evaluate a certain online drugstore’s reputation. Without feedbacks from previous customers, it is almost impossible to ascertain the pharmacy’s overall trustworthiness and honesty. Sadly, this is what happened with Offshore Pharma. The pharmacy disappeared without any available reviews or any signs of a tremendous popularity. Perhaps, the lack of popularity of Offshore Pharma among consumers could explain this absence of reviews. Nevertheless, the store was evaluated by some review bloggers which did not consider the store to be safe at all and advised customers to buy their meds elsewhere.
Judging the service quality together with the products quality and overall legitimacy of any online business can only be done by consumers’ reviews. These reviews have, in fact, such a tremendous impact on the store reputation. One bad review can easily overthrow the store. In summary, there is really nothing more I can say about Offshore Pharma’s reputation.
Offshore-pharma.com Reviews 2016
Apparently, Offshore Pharma had been working for more than 3 years, according to the information provided by Scamner. This scam analyzing tool considered Offshore Pharma to be only 6% safe and buying from this drugstore was not recommended. Scamner also confirms what I was already expecting: Offshore Pharma did not have a lot of visitors. Honestly, I don’t find strange given their super dull website design. Additionally, Scamner alerted to the possibility of the data a client’s data to be compromised in this website, since the domain did not own an SSL certification.
Scam Adviser, another scam analyzing website, was for more positive about Offshore Pharma, even though not entirely. Concordantly to Scam Adviser, Offshore Pharma wasn’t even based in Asia as the domain was located in Switzerland, but most likely from Pakistan. This is such a red flag for me, no wonder Offshore Pharma did not specify their location on the website. Despite this, Scam Adviser evaluated the pharmacy with a 48% trust rate, advising consumers to proceed with care. However, Scam Adviser also indicated that Offshore Pharma had been threat listed once.
Offshore-pharma.com Coupon Codes
We already know that the marketing side of Offshore Pharma was not exceptional good. In fact, I don’t even believe they had a marketing strategy at all given their website’s lack of creativity and user-friendliness. Thus, I’m not surprised that Offshore Pharmacy did not offer any coupon codes or discounts to their clients. I looked around and I did not discover a single coupon code, discount for returning customers, free shipping for orders above a certain amount. Coupon codes and other discounts are amazing means to attract new customers, and are used extensively by many other pharmacies around the globe.
Overall, I don’t believe that Offshore Pharma was a good pharmacy from where a person could buy their meds from. If the pharmacy was still operational, I wouldn’t buy my meds there. Firstly because of such bad designed website. Don’t get me wrong, but the website seems very unprofessional and very unthoughtful. If you want to keep clients on your page, just have a good and attractive design. Furthermore, you couldn’t even get a good bargain with discounts or coupon codes, which most of the online drugstores have. Not cool. But the main reason why I give Offshore-pharma a 1 out of 5 is because of its suspicious legitimacy. According to both Scam Adviser and Scamner, Offshore Pharma simply didn’t cut the requirements for a safe and approved online pharmacy. Additionally, the store hides its true location and did not have SSL Certification, which means my credit card data could easily get stolen. Online reviews of Offshore Pharma were also not available, which makes it even harder to ignore the evaluation given by these security analyzers websites. Based on this, I don’t believe that Offshore Pharma was reliable and worthy of your time.