I discovered Indiatabs.com whilst searching for some ED products. The website looks exceptionally professional at first glance, but soon I discovered several reasons to sway my purchasing decision away from this company.
India Tabs has no claim on their website as to where it is actually based, or how long they have been in operation, so after using a WhoIs quick Lookup, I found that their hosting in based in Canada, whilst the website owner’s location is registered as Russia. There is absolutely no reason (other than being a fraud or going around pharmacy operations laws) that a company in Russia would use a Canadian hosting platform.
Whilst there are several categories of products available for purchase (if this company is even legit), I will discuss the ED section for the purpose of this review. Generic version of both Viagra and Cialis are offered, at prices of $0.81 per pill and $1.31 per pill, respectively. These prices are in stark contrast to their branded counterparts, being offered for $6 per pill – a huge difference.
India Tabs claims that all generic products are from FDA approved companies – though this statement does not make sense in the literal term, it is obvious, they are trying to claim that their products are FDA approved. However, with an unconvincing claim such as that on such an important subject, it definitely puts the company’s authenticity into question.
Indiatabs.com accepts payment only through credit/debit card (probably as this is the most simple way to scam a customer) these cards include Visa, Mastercard, Amex, JCB, Diners Club and Discover. Paying via cards still offers some buyer protection but if not sure, opt for Paypal to avoid risks.
This company offers two shipping methods, a trackable courier service that takes 5-9 days, or an Airmail shipping that reaches customers in 14-21. Although there are no shipping costs shown on the FAQs of the website, I would suggest that it isn’t relevant information. Given that the Shipping Methods claim on the company’s FAQ can be found word-for-word on other pharmaceutical sites, it is highly likely that this is a scam.
The Live Chat feature on the website does work, although there were unable to provide an answer to my question ‘what is the best ED that you stock’ – probably as it was a specific question that they possibly didn’t understand. As you can easily see in the screenshot below, I was told to consult my doctor with the question.
On the FAQ section of India Tabs, it is claimed that there is a refund policy in place. Although there is little information on the policy itself, it is stated that upon notification of issues with any packages, you will be issued a refund or sent a new package – although that’s if a product even arrives, as it seems with Indiatabs.com so far that nothing would arrive.
India Tabs Reviews:
The reviews shown on the India Tabs website further cement the fact that this website is operating a scam. Each review that can be found on the site can also be easily found on other pharmacy websites using a simple Google search of the paragraphs. Although in the interest of fairness I will continue the review, information such as this is a key indicator showing that this company is not to be trusted for purchasing goods. Additionally, I have been unable to find any reviews from independent review sites, which show that Indiatabs.com probably isn’t trading, unsurprisingly.
Indiatabs Reviews 2016
Although no customer reviews are found, in order to discuss considering this website’s reviews, I have been able to conduct a Scam Adviser search. Scam Adviser gives Indiatabs.com a 45% safe rating and cautions potential buyers.
It also points out again that Indiatabs.com is most likely from Russia, adding that in terms of Internet purchasing this is a high-risk country. So, with no valid reviews and a high-risk rating from Scam Adviser, we can fairly suggest that Indiatabs.com is not to be trusted.
Indiatabs.com Coupon Codes
There are no coupon codes available on India Tabs, as it only appears to have offers in place before after the purchase has been made. Given what we now know regarding Indiatabs.com, and the high possibility that it is a scam, it is unsurprising that a purchase has to be made before a saving can be confirmed, as I can expect that in the event of a purchase being made, no product would actually be delivered to the consumer.