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Dubious pharmacy review sites: www.pharmreviews.net, www.rxlogs.net, rxstars.net

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#1 Hip

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 10:48 PM

Just want to make people aware of several dubious pharmacy review websites:





www.rxleaks.com — server down at present

phrmreviews.com — server down at present


The above dishonest pharmacy review websites only promote pharmacies that they can make money from (via an affiliate marketing weblinks), and will often trash any pharmacy from which they cannot earn cash via affiliate links.


Some high-quality longstanding reliable pharmacies are given very poor or scathing reviews on the above pharmacy review websites, which is how you can tell these review sites are basically biased and dishonest.


The above pharmacy review sites will say bad things about longstanding reliable pharmacies in their reviews, and then try to redirect people to the pharmacies that these review sites have an affiliate agreement with, so that they can make a commission on anything you buy at the pharmacy.


You can tell the above pharmacy review sites make money from redirecting you to specific pharmacies, because in their list of top pharmacies, the pharmacy links contain an affiliate ID code in the URL (codes such as id=1324 and a=78720 on www.pharmreviews.net, and codes like id=1105 on www.rxlogs.net and rxstars.net). This affiliate ID number tells you that the review site makes money from directing you to these pharmacies when you buy a product at the pharmacy.


Many of the better prescription-free pharmacies do not offer an affiliate program, so there is no way for review sites to make money by directing people to these better pharmacies. That's why these review sites will give scathing review for pharmacies which do not offer any affiliate programs.




One pharmacy review site however that does appear to be honest is https://pharmacyreviewer.co . Pharmacy Reviewer do also make money through an affiliate program, but they are honest in the sense that they will not trash pharmacies that they cannot earn affiliate cash from. So they list all reliable pharmacies, whether those pharmacies offer affiliate program payouts or not. They also allow users to rate each pharmacy, so you can get an independent viewpoint.



If you are looking for a reliable prescription-free online pharmacy, then these pages on Pharmacy Reviewer are useful:


List of reliable online pharmacies with user-rated reputations here.

List of blacklisted scam pharmacies with bad reputations here:
Pharmacy Reviewer forum (where pharmacies are discussed — good place to see whether a pharmacy is a scam or not):



Some prescription-free pharmacies that I have used on many occasions over the last decade, and have found very reliable, are listed in this post.


Edited by Hip, 22 April 2019 - 10:52 PM.

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#2 Boopy!

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Posted 24 April 2019 - 05:19 PM

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#3 huskvarna

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Posted 21 May 2019 - 09:04 AM

Thanks for sharing I almost purchased a medicine at rxstars while looking for Vardenafil.


Pharmacy Reviewer looks good to me.


Finally I have found the resource.

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