The domain name of this website confused me as to whether I was entering a facebook hippy website or was it an online pharmacy that I was looking for? Either way, the domain name facebookblaster.com is not typical. It seems that facebookblaster.com is an affiliate of Pharmacy Online 365.
As a client, I don’t want to purchase any drugs from an online pharmacy that does not mention the duration of experience in the field, whether the drugs are FDA approved, where the drugs are manufactured and shipped from. And to add to that, facebookblaster.com does not require a prescription to purchase drugs. That alone is suggestive of suspicious activity being conducted by this website.
Although the website mentions their products are sold at a low price, what I found suggested otherwise. A pill of 100mg generic Viagra costs $3.96, while a pill of 20mg Cialis costs $4.30.
As for payment methods, the website allows credit card transactions, Bank Wire transfers and payment with bitcoins. Payments with bitcoins provide customers an added benefit of a 20% discount. Unlike other online pharmacies, facebookblaster.com offers shipment only via Standard International Shipping ($29, worldwide delivery within 5-7 business days) without an option for EMS. The website also guarantees reshipment or refunds in any case of damage or loss of placed orders.
Facebookblaster.com has no live chat option available, only an online email form for clients to fill should they have any queries. There is a hotline given by the website for customers should they need any assistance or to place an order. US: 1 888 474 8078, UK: 0161 884 0495.
There are no in-site or third party reviews found for this website. There is no way I know for sure that this is a secure website delivering good quality products. The main reason being there are the absence of reviews from previous customers sharing their experiences with this website. This implies the lack of credibility given to this vendor and hence the fact that it is better to not try purchasing any products from facebookblaster.com.
Facebookblaster Reviews 2016:
With no reviews pertaining to the site and the absence of many of its vital details, I assumed the Scam Adviser rating would prove that this is a high-risk website. Instead, I was taken by surprise when I retrieved a Scam Adviser rating of 97% labelling it as “Looks Safe”. How is this even possible?
Anyway I found some answers to the missing information on the website. This online pharmacy has been working for 8 and a half years and is probably located in USA. The location of the owner is stated in USA which attests to the hotline given in the website. It was found that the website was setup using free email addresses, Scam Adviser states that this can be a sign that the site has some risk. Despite the high Scam Adviser rating, I find the site having many limitations and a probable underlying scam. I would refrain from purchasing any of this website’s products.
Facebook Blaster Coupon Codes:
Facebookblaster.com comparatively to other online pharmacies offers appealing discounts. For instance, their Halloween offer (I’m assuming it is, since it is mentioned ‘offer ends 31st October 2016’) of 15% off on orders placed by customers reflects that the site is being updated regularly. There is also a 20% discount on orders for which payments have been made using bitcoin or Western Union Bank transfers.