I am pretty sure Parispharmacie.net is the same as the site I previously visited; the only difference is the domain name of this site. This confirms my theory that there is indeed a template-thing going on with most of the online pharmacies developing a new affiliate marketing scheme. It is notable that this site’s domain name is “parispharmacie.net,” but what you can see in its header is “Pharmacy Express” with a maple leaf suggestive that this site is native to Canada. I am appalled that the content of the other site [which I do not want to disclose for now] and this one is identical, verbatim. But still, let me elaborate on this site more.
According to the site info (which may not be entirely true), it has been running for about 15 years. This site does not indicate where it is located, but suggestive that it is from Canada, because of the maple’s presence on the site. There were numerous certifications below the site that were supposed to link with the accrediting bodies, but they link to the pharmacy’s pages. On the “License” certificate that was under the name of “Pharmacy Express,” the location indicated was New Zealand. The site is licensed for “Pharmacy Express” and not “parispharmacie.net” and the other site [redacted]. The maple leaf is also misleading information, if ever this site is indeed from New Zealand because maple usually connotes Canada.
Anyway, this site is selling prescription (and OTC) branded and generic drugs, but mostly markets those for Erectile Dysfunction. The site’s info says that the drugs it sells are approved by the US FDA and the HPFB (Health Products and Food Branch). I know for a fact that all branded drugs are approved by the FDA. I just don’t know about their generics, though. But since this site is another cliché site, I believe that generics sold here are Indian-FDA approved. Being manufactured and approved by Indian FDA is like an “online standard” for generic drugs.
The prices of the meds are low and quite at-par with its pharmacy counterparts. Take Viagra® (100 mg) by Pfizer for example; this site is offering the drug for only $7.10-$12 each depending on the number of purchase. Its Cialis® 20 mg by Lilly costs from $7.40-$13 each, depending on how many clients would purchase. The generics are much, much lower; with prices less than a dollar each pill for large purchases. All the products may be paid for by credit cards only. Shipping is either via Airmail or EMS, whichever the clients prefer. Airmail costs $20 and takes 2-3 weeks to get the orders delivered, while EMS is at $30 and takes only more or less a week to get the orders to their destinations.
In the case of damages or losses incurred during transit, the company offers reshipments and refunds; as long as the clients notify the Support immediately of the matter at hand. To contact Customer Support, one just has to go to the “Contact Us” tab on the site and leave a message. Emails may also be sent at [email protected] For those who prefer calling support, the site has this number: +1-888-225-84-52.
Paris Pharmacie Reviews:
Like I have mentioned earlier, this site’s content is totally identical to several sites. This means that all these reviews found within site can also be found on other sites. Though these are all positive feedback from satisfied customers, these reviews are obviously faked by this site. I don’t know if these reviews by the clients were real reviews stolen from sites which had them, or are just plain untrue.
ParisPharmacie Reviews 2016:
As for more recent reviews of the site, there are none available anywhere on the web. There is no client feedback from third-party sites; or blogs even, to tell whether this site is bogus or what (though I already know).
Scam Adviser agrees with me that this site is nothing but a scam. The rating was 29%, and it was threat-listed; the location of the site was detected in either Germany or Russia, and contrary to the New Zealand/Canada location that the site declares.
ParisPharmacie.net Coupon Codes:
There is a giveaway of 4 pills for single orders more than 120 pills. It is nice that the site thought of offering free shipping for orders $300 and up, but still, these offers are still no good for those clients who just want to test the site’s service.