It is hard to judge what the name of this site is really; it has “online-xenical.com” in its domain, but reads “Get Direct Meds” in its actual home page, and does not have any mention of the domain online-xenical.com throughout the whole store. Also, I have noticed that this is the same website template used by several companies I have recently visited; the only difference of this site among them was that online-xenical.com’s prices are accessible and the other sites’ were not.
There is no clue as to where this online-xenical.com is located based on the information it has in its pages. There’s no mention of the operation period either. What it did say was that it’s not a real pharmacy; it’s more of a “medication broker” or an “escrow service”, which links patients to the site’s associate pharmacies located all over the world. This site does not have the stocks to ship and mediates the sale of medicines between client and pharmacy, and earning in the process.
Online-xenical.com offers a wide range of medications which are branded, generic, and some herbal in nature. The site does not only sell weight loss medication; it also includes drugs for blood pressure, heart and cholesterol, smoking cessation, ADHD, asthma relief, digestive health, muscle relaxants, meds for sexual health, and so much more. The medicines are grouped per medical complaint they are relevant to, for easy client navigation.
As for the FDA approvals of the meds, online-xenical.com states that all of its medicines, be it branded or generic, are all approved by the FDA, with their manufacturers following Good Manufacturing Process (GMP) in their production. The generic medicines are mostly imported from India, as I have noticed that the generic brands this site has are from famous Indian manufacturers.
Online-xenical.com does not require its clients to provide prescriptions for the drugs being ordered; but before the orders are shipped, the order requests (along with the medical evaluation form) are subject for approval by the doctors affiliated with the site. The orders are subject to “stringent” evaluation by the doctors, and it’s their discretion whether to approve or decline the orders.
As for online-xenical.com’s erectile dysfunction medications, the site has a lot available. The website lists brand-name, generic, and herbal meds for ED meds, but I have noticed that the branded ED meds are all currently unavailable. Prices of the available meds (generic and herbal) are cheap. For instance, the Sildenafil manufactured by Aurochem costs a mere $2.5 per pieec when bought in 30 pieces (for the usual dose of 100mg). Generic Cialis (Tadalafil) is also sold at an affordable price, at $6.50 each (30 pieces) for the 20 mg dose. Aside from these there are a lot of other ED variants available, including the famed Silagra, Suhagra, Kamagra, and other Sildenafil derivatives manufactured by famous Indian labs like Ajanta Pharma and Cipla.
Online-xenical.com treats its consumers with free shipping via Registered Airmail (12-22 business days) on all orders. This is good, as other sites seldom offer free shipping for their items. As for clients who want a faster shipping option, online-xenical.com also has Express Mail International, which takes about 5-12 business days, and is much faster than the Registered Airmail option. However, clients are to pay an extra $20 for the service. Also, the site has an optional shipping insurance ($7.00) which functions as a guarantee for reshipments or reimbursement for all lost/non-delivered orders. The store recommends this option, especially for the international clients. Payments can be done through Visa, MasterCard, and American Express credit card payments only. Online-xenical.com is not able to offer other modes of payment for its clients aside from these.
Clients are guaranteed to have their orders reshipped by online-xenical.com in cases of loss, when clients avail the shipping insurance. Packages outside of this guarantee are not insured, and all the claims for refund and reshipment are waived without this guarantee. But clients may ask the site’s support regarding this policy, as it was not clearly stated in the site’s FAQ. Returns, however, are not allowed by the site under any circumstance, as it is prohibited by the federal law that pharmacies or any store selling meds should accept returns for dispensed medication. For more inquiries regarding any of the matters discussed or not discussed, clients can freely call the site’s Customer Service at +1-312-380-0446 (Toll Free) and +1-866-210-9191.
No reviews are available in the web for this site. There are no results relevant to the site, especially when it comes to client reviews. Web results only pertain to Xenical as the drug, and do not pertain to anything related to the site online-xenical.com at all. Since this is the case, I am starting to doubt what this site has to offer its clients, since there is no available reference for me to view.
Online-Xenical Reviews 2016:
As for external reviews for the current year (2016), there were also none. But I came across this analysis by scam adviser, which actually is good. Online-xenical.com was rated 98% safe by Scam Adviser, and indicated that it has a high trust rating, and labeled safe to use. The result indicated that the store is already nearing 17 years into its service, and there are actually no reports of malware or any suspicious activity relating to it. The only thing is, the owner of the site/company is using a service to hide its identity. This was the only thing that Scam Adviser found odd for the site.
Online Xenical Coupon Codes:
Online-xenical.com does not have coupon codes or vouchers for the clients to use, but, it does offer free shipping to its clients globally, without any catch. Shipping is done via Airmail, but does not include the shipping insurance. I saw the 65% off for the doctor-recommended meds, but I haven’t seen any follow-up regarding this information.