121doc.net claimed to be a “licensed online clinic” which dispensed its products to consumers with the need for various prescription products. This online prescription service is now unavailable, but I was able to source information for the shop using the web archive site. The store’s records span from 2007 to 2016, which indicates a lengthy operation for this mail-order pharmacy service. The store operated for nearly a decade and just closed down without informing its consumers. Though surprising, internet pharmacy services come and go, even ones with a long history of serving its consumers.
121doc.net appeared to have originated from the United Kingdom. According to the store’s retrieved information, it started its service since 2004 and that 121 Doc involved the service of Europe-licensed doctors and a “network of trusted pharmacies”. The store is unique because it did not only dispense medications for interested consumers—the store also provided the prescriptions needed by patients when they ordered on 121doc.net. This online platform also conducted medical consultations for the patients, but without disregarding the importance of face-to-face medical consultations of the patients with their respective ground doctors. 121doc.net stated that it kept the patients’ doctors abreast about the treatments ordered by the patients from the website.
As for prescriptions, 121doc.net was linked to Pearl Chemist, an actual ground pharmacy located in London. Pearl Chemist filled the prescriptions of all the patients with successful orders on 121 Doc. Concerning the actual products offered on 121doc.net, the store only had a few—impotence and premature ejaculation meds, obesity meds, hair loss treatments, smoking cessation products, contraceptives, genital herpes meds, and influenza treatments. For me, a short lineup of products is rather new, as most of the mail-order pharmacies, I’ve been to typically present an extensive list of products categorized in a hefty number of medical conditions.
It was typical of web pharmacies to offer impotence products and like nearly every single one of them, 121doc.net also offered the iconic impotence treatments namely Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra. The only products sold by 121doc.net were from the main manufacturers of these drugs. Viagra 100 mg from Pfizer was sold by 121doc.net for $115 for 4 pills; however, Cialis from Eli Lilly and Levitra from Bayer did not have their prices available on the retrieved records for 121doc.net.
The buyers were able to pay for the meds using VISA, MasterCard, and Maestro cards. Due to the limited information on the store, I was unable to determine if 121 Doc charged for the online consultations—although I think that the store did.
Returns were not accepted by the shop under any circumstance and the shop did not discuss its policies for orders lost during transit. 121doc.net did not also state if it catered to international clients, and due to the limitations of the available data for 121doc.net, I was unable to discover the postage fees incurred by orders on 121doc.net.
The lengthy run of 121 Doc led to its thousands of reviews available on Trust Pilot UK, one external platform built solely for gathering buyer reviews for various websites.
Overall, 121doc.net had a total of 1,087 reviews from its former clients, and the shop had a score of 9.3 out of 10 from the average ratings of all those reviews. The numerous reviews on 121doc.net were amusing because the shop had not invited consumers to rate its service in Trust Pilot UK.
Only 4% out of 1,000+ reviews for 121doc. However, it is notable that the earliest reviews for 121doc.net were dated only until 2013, which indicates the shop’s discontinued service from that year forward. It is too bad that 121doc.net closed or stopped operating for some reason.
121doc.net Reviews 2016
The store closed earlier than 2016 which explains its dearth of third-party testimonials for the present year. Due to this, I have decided to take a look at 121 Doc’s records on Scam Adviser and Scamner to verify its domain’s status:
121doc.net was only given 34 out of 100 by Scam Adviser and was marked as unsafe despite its obvious popularity amongst the users. The “suspicious” status for 121doc.net was because of its existing “unapproved” pharmacy brand sometime on its lifetime.
Overall, the store’s age was nearly 10 years and its website location was traced in the United Kingdom but the owner country was in Guernsey. Due to the shop’s popularity, it even made its way to the Alexa rankings and it was the 215921st site in terms of popularity.
Scamner, on the other hand, rated 121doc.net poorly (0/100) and it was because the store did not own an SSL certificate. According to Scamner, 121doc.net was created 10 years ago and that it was indeed popular with clients. On the contrary, even if 121doc.net was also identified by Scamner in Guernsey, Scamner detected that most of the store’s traffic came from India.
121doc.net Coupon Codes
Unfortunately, 121doc.net did not have any deals existing for its consumers—at all. No offers of free shipping, freebies, or discounts were spotted on 121 Doc.