Usrushed.com is a site selling only ED meds. This site looks super simple and a tad similar for the previous ones I have been to. This one radiates monotony and the same “copied” look that the other sites had. But for usrushed.com, I noticed that it classified the meds by pill color, which is rather unusual.
The site is located in the US, as the site name indicates, but I have no reference as to where its drugs come from. Generic drugs are the only ones offered here, and according to the site, the meds are “assured and recommended safe to consume by the FDA”. The drugs, as indicated in one of the sections of the site, are manufactured in India. To order in this site, valid prescriptions are required, which for me, is a good indication.
The prices, however, (for a site selling ED meds) is not as low as what other sites selling ED meds offer. I am not sure how to feel about the numerous brands the site lists for each type of ED—I don’t know if it’s a good thing that there are so many brands to choose from. The reviews don’t help either, all of them are positive, so there is no way of telling which brand is the best. There are more than 60++ types of Sildenafil variants in different brands and strengths. Tadalafil products and the gel-types also have a lot of options. This can make shopping for ED meds here very confusing. The meds are just sorted per color (mainly for client preference, not so much significance), but can be arranged by price, which helped a bit.
This site’s lowest price for Sildenafil starts from $22 for 8 pills (Suhagra 25 mg). The rates go lower in purchases with higher quantities (48 pills for $103 and for free shipping). For Tadalafil, the brand with the lowest prices is Tadalista, which costs ($16 for 8 2.5 mg pills). For 180 pills, Tadalista costs $180 and for free shipping too.
Credit and debit card payments are accepted by the site, but only indirectly implied, as these are the only ones indicated in the checkout page.
The site freely ships internationally, with the exception of several countries: Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Afghanistan, Belgium, Brazil, China, Cyprus, South Africa, Canada, Denmark, France, Metropolitan France, Hong Kong, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, Latvia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Sweden & United Arab Emirates. Free shipping is offered for every order amounting to $100 and up. As for orders below the limit, the rates are not indicated in the FAQ section of the site. Neither is the information regarding what couriers this site ships the orders by.
Returns and refunds, unfortunately, are not allowed in any circumstance by this site. It is not included in the FAQ, but this fact is included in the “Terms of Sale” part of the site.
Live chat support is offered here, but during my visit, no customer service assistant is online, contrary to what the site claims “24/7” support it offers. There is no hotline numbers available too, only a form to submit inquiries by in the “Contact Us” section of the site.
Finally, I found a review from a third-party site. This review by Rams Fleet posted in Trustpilot.com said that he had a “great” experience purchasing generic ED from this site, and that he was “happy” with the services it offered. But, I found nothing more that this review, which is not good enough to gauge the site’s service. And another concern for me is that this review is dated 2012, which is rather a long time ago. I hope to find more recent reviews for me to trust this site completely.
US Rushed Reviews 2016:
There are no recent reviews of the site from third-party independent sites. There are, on the other hand, in-site product reviews which are all either 4 or 5-star rated.
Most of these reviews relate (rather graphically) the ED meds’ potency, and how these meds helped these clients’ dysfunction. All of the reviews spoke of how the meds helped them enhance their performance. Only Roger Campbell, however, said that he had “headaches” from the meds; yet he gave the product a 5-star rating.
Scam Adviser, however, gave an opposite review of the site, rating the site only 9% safe out of the 100% possible score. The site’s popularity is also unknown, since the site traffic cannot be detected. Scam Adviser also detected the domain to be from “Russian Federation, but most likely from China”. All in all, the site was given a “low trust rating”, and that “this site may not be safe to use”.
USrushed.com Coupon Codes:
The site is having an “End of Season Summer Sale” giving out a 30% discount on all medicines site-wide by entering ESURE30 upon checkout. I find this offer doubtful too, because it does not have the promo run date, which is always present for promos offered by legitimate sites. Sometimes, these promos also include a valid permit number below its banner provided by the Trade division.
Free shipping for orders amounting $100 and above is also offered by the site, though it is not indicative of the conditions for order eligibility.