Being a price and quality conscious shopper, I am constantly searching for online pharmacies from where I can get popular ED medicines like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra at discounted prices. I have found that generic versions of Viagra and Cialis cost considerably less; however, all generic versions of these meds aren’t effective, as lots of fake pharmacies have cropped up. I review sites in order to sort fake online pharmacies from genuine ones. Lacnegenerika.sk is a website that I recently reviewed. Here is what I came to know:
The Terms and Conditions page specifies that this pharmacy is a UK based internet retailer of generic drugs. It stocks and sells “100% original” generic medicines from Indian pharmaceutical companies like Ajanta, Cipla and Sunrise to Europe and USA based customers.
Unlike other online pharmacies I visited, this online pharmacy is solely selling generic ED meds. I could see a weight loss category but even that featured only ED meds.
I checked out the prices of the top four products: 40 tablets of Gold Kamagra (100mg) would cost me € 50.00. Meanwhile, 24 tablets of Super Kamagra (160mg) would cost me € 50, 00. Likewise, 21 gels of Sextreme oral jelly (120mg) would cost me € 45.00. On the other hand, 40 tablets of Tadalis (20mg) would cost € 50, 00. Similarly, 7 packets of Apcalis Oral Jelly (20mg) would cost € 24.00.
I searched extensively but didn’t come across any information regarding the FDA approval status of these meds or approval from any other governing body for that matter. As for the payment method, cash on delivery payment method is available for buyers from Slovak Republic.
Meanwhile, delivery is done through GLS, a leading forwarder and a subsidiary of Royal Mail. Delivery time 1-3 days. Delivery through general mail is possible as well which would be shipped to the post office and has to be collected personally by the customer. For placement of orders from Czech Republic or other EU countries, the pharmacy only accepts advance payment to its account (account details not visible on the site and may be revealed in the shopping cart after order placement), along with a €3 fee for shipment. The pharmacy also requires you to make an account and proceed through it.
There are no phone numbers given on the site through which you can contact this pharmacy. However, there is an email address and a submission form which you can use to send any queries.
[email protected] I sent a query and am waiting for a reply. Then there is a postal address given as well: The pharmacy gives a 100% money back guarantee within 30 days of purchase, provided that the purchased product is unused and the original packing is intact, which I think is a reasonable condition.
I give a high importance to customer reviews of an online pharmacy, as the language and syntax can easily reveal if the reviews are genuinely written or forged by the pharmacy owners themselves. However, I give more leverage to reviews which are found on independent pharmacy reviewing sites. In either case, I would be suspicious of any online pharmacy which only has superlatively positive reviews.
Since Lacnegenerika.sk has no reviews on its own website as well as on any independent resources, I would consider it untrustworthy and somewhat suspicious. My next reliable tool to check the dirt on any website is of course Scam Advisor. Here is what I found out:
Lacne Generika Reviews 2016:
Scam Advisor thinks that Lacnegenerika.sk is 89% safe to use. It’s most likely to be located in the USA or maybe in Czech republic.
Lacnegenerika.sk Coupon Codes:
Lacnegenerika.sk doesn’t seem to have any discount coupons or promotional schemes. The only way you can save some money is to order pills in bulks, which is something I personally won’t recommend during first time purchases.