Bestgenericonline.com is an ok-looking website, a little on the cheap side, but everything seems to work ok. The company claims to have been operating for over 10 years whilst the website itself has been running for only 1 year. Despite Bestgenericonline.com appearing to claim that it is Swiss operated, a WhoIs Lookup shows me that it is in fact located in Moscow, Russia – that’s enough to tell me it’s a scam straight away.
The company displays a large assortment of products, ranging from treatments for arthritis, to birth control, most of these have professional looking photos, but I assumed they have been taken from Google Images. The lowest cost of their Viagra is $0.71, which is very cheap, but not so cheap that it can be considered too good to be true.
Whilst products are FDA approved, that is by the Indian FDA, as that is also where the products are manufactured and shipped from, not from Switzerland as the website would like you to think. Again, this is a factor that would make me steer clear of a website like this if it has to cover the fact that its pills are from a different country to where it tries to portray itself, something isn’t right.
The company accepts JCB, MasterCard, Visa and Diners Club credit cards as forms of payment, as well as eChecks.
They offer two main forms of shipping: Express Mail Service, which will take 7-10 days to deliver at a cost of $24.95, or Registered mail delivery service which will take 10-21 days at a price of $9.95.
There is no live chat option, however, toll lines are offered, and after calling the UK toll line I couldn’t get a valid dial tone, so either the line is closed or doesn’t exist. This is a suspicious, as I would at least expect the phone to ring even if nobody answered, so it would seem that the line doesn’t actually exist. A refund policy is in place, offering a 100% refund for products that are not of the description stated. However, they do take a $10.00 stocking charge, and shipping fees are non-refundable.
On to the reviews then, and whilst there seem to be some odd symbol marks mixed amongst them, they aren’t that badly written. Michael Lewis has said that he has ‘had some unpleasant experiences with too many online pharmacies’ going on to say ‘you gave me my confidence back’ – this seems to be quite a generic comment that you’d expect of a scam site, trying to find common ground with potential customers before showing that this potentially fake person has trusted the seller and it worked out.
Despite these reviews being positive, they are only available on the official website and not on any independent review sites. This is a sure sign that the reviews are fraudulent, and probably written by the website’s operators. I also noticed whilst checking the testimonials, that each review has a cheesy picture of middle-aged men, and with a quick reverse Google search, I was able to find that these photos have been applied to similar reviews on a number of websites, rendering them false and fake.
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By now it is obvious that Bestgenericonline.com is a scam and not to be trusted, so unsurprisingly there are no recent reviews for us to take a look at. A quick search of this website on Scam Advisor has returned that this website has a high risk of being a scam, with a 0% trust rating, and I would be inclined to agree with this given what I found so far on this website.
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Whilst Swiss Medico doesn’t offer any coupons at the moment, it apparently offers free shipping with some orders, however, given what we now know about this website, and as it is very likely to be a scam, the free shipping is probably only offered based on the fact that the items wouldn’t actually be delivered to the customer. They provide a 15% re-order discount if you going to buy again from them within a week.