4rx.com has been taken off the internet, but this would not be the first time such would happen. According to the information that I got from the internet pharmacy, they are used to going off and coming back. This time though, it seems that they are gone for good. If one considered what they were back in the day, the internet pharmacy was one which sold a lot of brand and generic medicine. From the name, it can also be sent that they dealt a lot in the region of prescription medicine. However, there are some pills that could be gotten from the website without a prescription leaflet from the doctor.
They have been in the business since the year 2005, but they left the scene in the year 2012, only to come back again. Now the business which claims that the US is its base of operations cannot be found on the internet at all. There was no stating where the medicine sold on the e-store came from, and there was no mention of an FDA approval on the drugs that left the store. What they did mention is that they have complied with all of WHO standards in their practices.
Since they would promise the customer low prices on the medicine that could be obtained from the pharmacy, I went in search of the price list. The customer could get Viagra (a pack of 30) for $89 on this platform. Likewise, the generic Cialis (a pack that contains 30 pills too) for $109. These are not the lowest prices one can get in the generic market, but they are still way cheaper than what the local pharmacies would sell any of the mentioned medicine for.
As soon as the order has been placed and confirmed, the customer is asked to pay with the use of their credit cards. There are no other forms of payment accepted on the e-pharmacy. After that process has been scaled, the buyer is then given the option to get their package shipped on either of Airmail or EMS. It is sure that the latter costs more than the former, but the exact price that 4rx asks for is unknown.
Getting in touch with the customer care agents was as easy as calling any of the toll-free numbers on the website, or sending an email to some of the contact forms in there. The absence of this website makes it hard to get what they would do in the case of cancellations/returns and other such cases. It is sure that they would offer refunds if the customer got damaged goods or the wrong order, provided they would not take a reshipment instead.
PharmaciesReview.com contained a page that was dedicated to user comments about 4rx.com. The first comment by a Dr. Ben Crawford spoke of a said experience. According to him, he has ordered some pills from the online drugstore and ‘it has now been over a month.’ There was no detail on his transaction on the website and his ‘email was ignored.’ In the end, he claims to ‘suspect I have been ripped off.’
Another paying customer who rated this internet pharmacy low was John Marus who was an affiliate, sold a lot of medicine for them and didn’t get paid his commissions. He did complain that ‘the delivery did take too long,’ and ‘would not suggest placing an order at this time.’
Sherry Gibbs was obviously pained with the experience she has had with 4rx. According to her, she had issues with her order ad after trying endlessly to get in touch with the customer care agents, she did. However, she complained that ‘the customer service is horrible’ and she was very very disappointed’ with the way they handled her case. From the time she must have taken out to leave such a lengthy comment, it was sure that she was disappointed.
4rx.com Reviews 2016
Recent reviews of the drugstore looked like the place to be, now that they have decided to call it quits yet again. LegitScript.com was totally intolerant of 4rx, labeling them Rogue outright. According to the information on this report sheet, the internet pharmacy might not have gone through with some of the guidelines that would have made them an approved establishment.
The comments on Scam Adviser were not nice either. 4rx.com was determined to be an internet drugstore with low trust rating and one that is considered unsafe for use. While the owner of the domain would like users to believe that they are from the US, there is very high chance that the e-store is being operated out of Malaysia instead.
The safety rating is at an all-time low of 0%, and the e-pharmacy was not one to enjoy the presence of much visitors.
4rx.com Coupon Codes
On the front page of what used to be 4rx.com was a banner which promised the customer an even better savings option than they would get elsewhere. For the second order a customer makes on the platform, the e-store is willing to give them 10% off the price, or 20% more of the pills that they have ordered.
For the customer that has been around to order more than thrice, they get 15% off the price instead, or 25% more pills. The loyal customers that have gone through more than four orders with the internet drugstore would get the same 15% off the price of their package as above but could go for the 30% more pills instead.