Empire-pharmacy.com has recently closed, but for good reason—this store has moved to a new domain and is now known as Trust-pharmacy.net. Empire Pharmacy moved all its contents to this new site; nothing has changed save for the new domain name for the website.
Empire Pharmacy has been around for long, supplying FDA-approved generics and branded medications at cheaper rates, guaranteeing that such meds were compliant to the regulatory health laws. The catalog of products was extensive and clients were capable of purchasing meds for asthma, birth control, depression, diabetes, heart diseases, allergies, men’s and women’s health, blood pressure, and other products. Empire Pharmacy gave low-cost prices for these medications without compromising drug quality, as the store sourced its medications from the actual manufacturers of the meds it sold.
The bestselling products were the typical ED medicines. A pill of generic Viagra could cost as low as $1.01 for the 100 mg variant, whereas each pill of Cialis 20 mg could be acquired by only $1.31.
Empire-pharmacy wasn’t accepting returns in any case, due to its compliance with the international pharmacy regulations for dispensed medicines. However, reshipment was provided in case of damaged, lost or defective products.
Cards were the only payment method accepted by Empire-Pharmacy.com. As for shipping, the company used to pack the meds and deliver them via airmail or EMS, depending on how fast the customer wanted the meds. Airmail cost $9.95 per order and had a transit time of 2-3 weeks, while EMS cost $19.95 to deliver the meds in only 3-8 days.
As far as I could tell while browsing this pharmacy site on WayBack machine, Empire-Pharmacy’s customer service could be contacted through phone, email, or live chat.
Even though Empire-Pharmacy.com is out of business already, clients would only consider buying from this store if the customer reviews were positive. Testimonials left by previous clients have a great impact on prospective consumers and should not be taken lightly. I resorted to WayBack machine and verified what I clients were saying concerning Empire-Pharmacy.
Alex from France said he liked the company as Empire-Pharmacy.com would keep him “updated” and had a “great selection” of products.
Mark was a customer in Deutschland that, oddly, ordered two times from France. He got his “good quality” products in only “10 days” without any hassle.
Jacob, another client from France, ordered his meds by phone since he encountered some issues with the website. He’s particularly happy with Empire-Pharmacy’s “fast service” and “helpful customer service”.
Overall, comments for this store were impressive as the buyers were all positive about their experiences with this web pharmacy. Not all internet drugstores are able to gain positive comments for their service like Empire Pharmacy, so I think that it’s admirable that this store had good reviews.
Empire-pharmacy.com Reviews 2017
Because Empire Pharmacy has moved to another website, there were no 2016 reviews available for this store. However, its new domain, Trust-pharmacy.net, has a surplus of recent reviews from its consumers:
Simona seems like a hard-to-please buyer but ended up praising the shop’s great service. According to her, her orders reached her on time and that everything was “ok” with her order.
A lot of buyers had brief comments for the store, like Smith, who was few with his words. According to him, though, he had a great experience from the shop; despite his comment being utterly short, we can see his glee reflected in his brief but formidable comment.
Empire-pharmacy.com Coupon Codes
I love to save extra money when I’m shopping online (who doesn’t?!). When I’m looking for a new place to order my meds, I have a tendency of looking for a discount section.
Though discounts and vouchers were not offered on Empire Pharmacy, the website shipped free pills along with every order, regardless of the buyers’ order size.
Aside from the bonus pills offer, this store also had a special price for consumers willing to try out a combination of Viagra and Cialis pills for the first time. Instead of paying the full price, the buyers were only asked to pay about $20 to $30 less than the full amount.