Review – Definitely Not the Best Pharmacy Home Home is a site which began selling bargain generic and branded/original prescription meds in 2010. This site seems to be based in UK or EU, since its currency indicates that it mostly caters to clients in those areas. The site also has the currency in USD, but according to the site info, the company does not ship to the US.

As expected, the meds being sold mostly here are the meds for Erectile Dysfunction, although there are some meds sold here that are not included in the ED classification. The long, long list of the common meds sold in almost all pharmacies is also found here, but it is hidden in one of the tabs in the site. According to the site, all of its meds, whether branded or generic, are all approved by the FDA. I have also discovered that the site sells Rx medication without asking the clients for valid prescriptions. This may seem to look a positive attribute, but it actually isn’t, because any legal pharmacy requires the presentation of actual prescription for any type of Rx medicine. Online pharmacies such as are not exempted from this.

Since the site’s name is “Best Cheap Pharmacy”, I am expecting its prices to be indeed the “best, cheap prices” in the web. But seeing the site’s actual prices, I don’t think that it is indeed the site offering the cheapest prices for the products. ED meds here, for example, Viagra by Pfizer, costs at least $13.25 per piece; and the generic Sildenafil costs about $1.28 each. These are not the lowest ED prices in the market, as there are sites offering Viagra (Pfizer) for at least $3-$4 each only, and less than a dollar for the generic pills. Prices here are not expensive, but are not the lowest in the online pharmacy market.

The meds here when bought may be paid for using major credit cards, bank transfer, and Western Union. As for the shipping options, the site has Royal Post/Airmail shipping and EMS/Express mail. I have noticed that this site charges larger shipping expenses from its clients than most of the sites I have visited did; the site charges $39 for Registered Mail shipping (8-12 days transit), and $70 (4-5 days) for the EMS option. The site charges double shipping for Airmail for bulk orders, which is quite unfair for clients like me. The company offers refunds and reshipments for non-delivered orders, damaged orders, and incomplete orders. does not have a live chat option, but can be contacted by sending a message to the allotted portion in the site. This is the only way to contact the site, as there are no numbers, e-mail, or postal address of the business indicated in the site. Reviews:

As for reviews, there were no on-site and external reviews found for As I client, I would have liked to see client reviews from this site, especially ones that are from independent review sites. Unfortunately, this had none, therefore leaving me in the dark with regards to its integrity. Sites without reviews are usually up to no good.

Best-Cheap-Pharmacy Reviews 2016:

Best-Cheap-Pharmacy Scam Analysis by Scamadviser
Best-Cheap-Pharmacy Scam Analysis by Scamadviser

As for the recent reviews, there were also none, so I tried checking the site against Scam Adviser. The site was rated 65% safe, and was threat-listed. I wouldn’t want to order something from a site that’s threat-listed; and the fact that there is still a 35% chance of risk lurking about this site made me doubt it even more.

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Not only are reviews not found for this site; there were also no current promos offered in this site. Not even one, and not even free shipping for a certain amount of purchase. It would have been great if the site had free shipping, considering its shipping rates are rather expensive.

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