Expresspharmacy.co.uk is a “medically qualified” express pharmacy which started in 2009, and managed and run by Carecamp Ltd. According to Expresspharmacy site, it now has six National Healthcare Service (NHS)-linked outlets in London, each having a licensed pharmacist who can prescribe medications during consultations. Expresspharmacy.co.uk is also MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) registered, and its company Carecamp Ltd is registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC). ExpressPharmacy provides the reference numbers for these accreditations and also provides links to these approving bodies so that clients can verify the claim.
ExpressPharmacy markets its 3-step ordering process that is actually fairly easy to follow. Clients are just asked to select the treatment that is most appropriate to their medical condition, then fill-up the medical survey form (online consultation), and then select the delivery options that work for them. Clients do not need to provide pre-existing prescriptions to order from this site, as Expresspharmacy.co.uk online consultants are the ones who will prescribe the medicines based on the evaluation. The online consultation is free, unlike the other sites which charge minimum fees for their online advice.
Clients can select either brand-name or generic medications from this site, as the store offers both for their clients. All the products here were approved by the FDA; even the generic medicines available in ExpressPharmacy. There is no doubt in the medicines that this site dispenses, as all the products here are supplied by Dillons Pharmacy, which is a trusted community pharmacy in London. Also, ExpressPharmacy accreditations make it reliable; for instance, Expresspharmacy.co.uk is included in the list of MHRA list of UK online sellers, which complies with the current UK legislations and the legal requirements for all online pharmacies.
I am mainly concerned about the men’s health meds, the ED meds in particular. This site sells both generic and brand-name variants for various types of these medicines. I am stunned that despite ExpressPharmacy numerous accreditations, it offers the drugs at rather reasonable prices. For instance, Expresspharmacy.co.uk Viagra manufactured by Pfizer is only being sold here roughly $11 to $14 each. What I like most about this site is that clients are able to buy at least 4 pieces of the drug only. Also, only 42 pieces of the pills are required in order to avail the lowest price. Cialis (Lilly) here is also as affordable; it costs about $12.95 to $14 each only, and may be purchased for as low as 4 pieces alone.
What is remarkable in this site is that it is the only one I have encountered having the “Pay-after-delivery” system, in which clients can settle the payment for the meds within 14 days after being delivered to. This is using Klarna, an online payment processor. Clients can ask the site’s support for more information regarding this payment system. Aside from having Klarna’s Pay-after-delivery service, Expresspharmacy.co.uk also accepts Visa, Visa debit, and MasterCard payments.
To the dismay of the international clients, this site only serves the UK and the EU only. The shop has multiple delivery options for its UK and EU clients. For clients within the UK alone, ExpressPharmacy offers Collection or Delivery options for the clients. Clients can “collect” their orders for Free (and be notified when they’re ready) in Dillon’s pharmacy in London [17 Church Road, Acton, London, W3 8PU].
Expresspharmacy.co.uk also has the next-day collection option (charged $4.88), where the orders can be collected instantly on the next day, in a UPS access point of the clients’ choice. Delivery options for UK clients are the Royal Mail Signed for ($3.60, takes 1-3 days), Royal Mail Special Delivery ($7.25, delivered before 1:00pm the next day), and UPS Express ($15.24, next working day delivery before 10:30am). For EU clients, ExpressPharmacy charges $4.81 for the Royal Mail Signed for (1-3 days arrival); and $24.38 for UPS Worldwide Saver/Express Next Day EU Zone delivery.
As for the customer support, ExpressPharmacy does not have live chat but has its phone lines open several hours within the day. Expresspharmacy.co.uk has e-mail support too; clients can mail their queries at [email protected]
I was elated seeing that Expresspharmacy.co.uk actually had positive external-site reviews. Seeing it did have some felt like having achieved something; as positive external site reviews from clients for a certain site are extremely rare and difficult to come by.
The reviews for ExpressPharmacy from ww2.feefo.com were actually looking good for the site, as client reviews directed to Expresspharmacy.co.uk service were just either 4 or 5/5. A client review posted January 28, 2015, said that the parcel was delayed, but the client kind-of expected the delays due to the holiday season.
Another client (30/01/2015) also gave ExpressPharmacy 4/5 because of the shop being able to be used with ease, but the less star because the client was unable to receive the order yet.
An unnamed customer (13/1/2015) was also happy about Expresspharmacy.co.uk service, saying that it was fast and efficient.
Since the reviews were mostly positive, I think I can be able to recommend this vendor for further use, since there were actually no client complaints directed to ExpressPharmacy.
Expresspharmacy.co.uk Reviews 2016
More clients were able to post regarding ExpressPharmacy service and both the reviews were 5-star ratings of Expresspharmacy.co.uk. The clients claimed that the delivery was fast, and they were able to receive their orders on time.
As for the analysis by Scam Adviser, I was not expecting that it would get a 100% safe rating. It is good to see that this site is also “safe” from a program’s viewpoint, aside from getting good feedback from its actual clients. This is one online pharmacy I am sure to recommend.
Expresspharmacy.co.uk Coupon Codes
Unfortunately, there were no coupon codes or discount codes made by ExpressPharmacy for its clients. There is also none regarding a free shipping promo, but I think that it’s actually no big deal, considering the prices of Expresspharmacy.co.uk products are already low, and it already offers free order pick-ups in London. The shipping rates are also considerably low.