Is it true that I should be looking for online pharmacies that end in .pharmacy?

Roton

New member
When looking for a pharmacy online, should I be looking for one that ends in .pharmacy? Or .com? How can I tell which one would be legit? I am so confused in this process sometimes.
 

Jonas25

Well-known member
The core observation that you should make is ensuring that you buy from the one that is registered and got some nice reviews as well! I will always advise that you check out the Https of the website to be sure that it is secured and safe. There is a link on the online pharmacy section where links that are helping to get drugs were penned down. Check it out.
 

Hossan

New member
I want to say that if it is a .pharmacy website, the NABP can review them and tell if they are credible or not. If the site is verified with them, they will be added to NABP's list.
 

Kiarah Ochoa

New member
The domain "ending" doesn't matter, unless it affects your access to the website. What matters is if the underlying online pharmacy is legitimate, which is also determined by a lot of factors.
 

alaxhanter

New member
That's not absolutely true. The domain has gone nothing to do with the genuineness of the drugs or the online pharmacy itself. Any online pharmacy can choose any domain they wish but that's can't possibly be a yardstick to measure their performance or their legitimacy.
 

anatoly95

Active member
Actually, a scam or fake online pharmacy can be set up to end with the domain. pharmacy, it's simply a thing of choice. So, the most important thing is to do would be to look out for the red flag signs which indicates that any particular online pharmacy is fake or legit. There are so many online platforms where you can input any online pharmacies you wish to use and get more information on its legitimacy. PharmacyChecker.com is a very good example of such a platform.
 
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