Review – Impressive Site Incapable of Delivering Buyer Orders has a history of serving its online clients since 1998. The store is based in Australia and the store, since 1998, has served about 300,000 clients in 40 plus countries of the world. Pharmacy Online supplies prescription medications which are aimed at improving the health condition of the patients and along the way. According to the shop, it is one of Australia’s most popular online health stores and is still gaining traction not only in Australia but also around the world.

Not only medicines are available on Pharmacy Online; the shop also has vitamins and supplements, beauty products, grocery items, baby products, dental merchandise, organic products, perfumes, pet care products, and various other items. The medicines available on the store involve products for acid reflux, cough and colds, diarrhea, erectile dysfunction, and several other medical conditions. The shop has a strict policy for prescriptions—all Rx orders on the meds are required by the store to send in their prescriptions to the store—as in snail mail them to the address given by the store.

Since carries medications for various clinical conditions such as for erectile dysfunction, I searched Pharmacy Online if it has stocks for the iconic meds Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra. Although these meds are not listed in the store’s general categories, these prescription drugs are searchable in the store. Brand name and generic items are available in the shop and the store does not provide photos of these items. Viagra 100 mg (4 tablets) costs $13.99 on Pharmacy Online, while Cialis 20 mg (8 tablets) costs $195, and Levitra 20 mg (4 tablets) cost $69 on I like how the store had complete information for the products on the store, and below the product, the store also provided the shipping information (shipping rates) and the payment options available for the products on the store.

According to the product notes for the items sold by Pharmacy Online, the accepted payment methods are credit cards (VISA, American Express, and MasterCard), plus a PayPal option. The store assures that it does not store credit card information on its servers and that it is employing the use of a PCI-Compliant Payment Gateway.

As for the shipping rates, there are several rates charged by the store for its clients. Orders within Australia are charged $8.95 for orders not exceeding 3 kg but $13 for orders exceeding 3 kg for regular post. Express shipping, on the other hand, costs $11.95 for orders up to 500 mg, but the shop charges $19.95 for orders weighing 501 g to 3 kg. International orders, on the other hand, have variable costs depending on the destination country; some countries are charged $17, some $20, and some $24.

Damaged goods and incorrect orders are eligible for refunds and reshipments (based on the store’s discretion), as long as the buyers are able to notify the store within 7 days of their receipt of the items. However, the store does not accept product returns for prescriptions, although allows the return of defective, non-Rx products to the store.

For other concerns, you can call the shop using its phone numbers aired on the site. Reviews

I checked online platforms and found one complaint about Pharmacy Online on The buyer, Ken Takahashi, who posted on September 2012, gave only 1 out of 5 stars.

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According to the review from Ken, he ordered and paid for products worth $288 and the store did not ship his order or gave him a refund within a 2-month time frame. Also, the store did not respond to any of his inquiries, which led him to report the shop to the NSW police. Ken discouraged other buyers to order from the store. Reviews 2017

Since no comments exist for for the present year, I checked the shop’s reputation using online platforms such as Scam Adviser and Scamner.

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The Scam Adviser record for was great; Pharmacy Online was identified as a very popular site and was given a score of 83% for its credibility. Scam Adviser noted the shop as a store with a high trust rating, although it was also detected as an “UNAPPROVED” online store.

image5 11, on the other hand, was rated only 46% by Scamner, and the online platform discouraged the use of the online store for need. The rating for was low because it was discovered to not have an SSL certificate. Coupon Codes

Coupons are not offered in the shop but the store has independent offers for its products, such as the Blooms Herb-a-lax, which is currently 40% off on the store.

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Shipping is also free on, but for orders exceeding $149 (regular shipping and items not exceeding 3 kg). The store does not have other offers on the site; unlike typical online pharmacies, Pharmacy Online does not give away free pills.

Even if the codes are not presently available, the shop offers coupon codes during special events and holidays. And the store allots a coupon/voucher code box during checkout.

Conclusion is not actually an online pharmacy—it is more like a one-stop-shop for prescriptions, groceries, and cosmetic products. I was actually impressed by the façade of the store; the store appears professional, the shop’s easy to navigate, and the graphics seem current and flawless. However, the store had a complaint from one buyer posting on an online platform, who stated that he was unable to receive his order from the site. Although the domain reports for Pharmacy Online are not too bad, I am still awarding the shop with a score of 2 out of 5 and recommend buyers to use other online platforms.