The pills are a joke. They are not FDA approved. The FDA has told them it is illegal and they are working to shut them down as you read this.
The illegal Sildenafil pills they hawk started out as 25 mg pills, then they switched it to 30 mg – no doubt because selling 25 mg of generic Sildenafil makes it the exact same as the generic that is already available – so that’s illegal. The list of things they are doing wrong is long – see out video on this illegal outfit.
First, look at their “customer testimonial” video on their website. It was reported to us that it has been viewed over one million times, and it’s a complete fraud. The men in the video are not customers – but paid actors. They are not customers of Bluechew – just guys they paid to lie. One guy is even a gay porn star who talks about his “girlfriend” in the bogus video. All the other little testimonials on their website are of – you guessed it – fake.
And their illegal pills – are they any good? Hardly. Men are reporting they taste like crap, they make your tongue turn blue, and the lab tests we did on them show they don’t contain what they claim on the label! The FDA called them DANGEROUS. Sounds like a bad deal all the way around. Don’t waste a penny on this illegal crap.
How do you like the two fake doctors they have on their website. This is just a stock photo they are using to trick you. Their pills are just cheap crap from Argentina. So weak and worthless. They prey on America consumers who think that Canada has lower prices because their health care system there is different than America. This crap is almost as bad or as reliable as sushi at a gas station. Argentinian con-men.
Since starting in 2017, this up-and-coming brand has built itself up to be one of the larger players in the online E.D. pill space doing over $140 million in revenue last year. This is no fly-by-night company. Like the others in the Top 5 – they are rock solid.
You may have seen their ads featuring a “limp cactus” or “droopy banana” and featuring Hipsters and Millennials. Like Roman, they, too, have spent a small fortune in trying to break into the marketplace. They bombard TV and radio with ads for their E.D. Pill service and hair treatment prescription medications as well.
Their medical board is outstanding, with top doctors from Dartmouth and Columbia as a highlight. Currently, they do not offer generics from Pfizer – they use a brand that is a step-down, but not the unauthorized pills most in the space carry.
Prices for the wildly popular Generic Viagra is actually high - $34 a pill. Industry insiders call it the “GCAC” prices – “Gotta Cover Advertising Costs” pricing … since they spend a fortune on advertising and apparently offsetting those costs with higher prices. Their Daily Tadalafil is a bit high too. They do have competitive prices on Sildenafil – but that’s because it doesn’t come from Pfizer – they get it from India – not as good.
Put the high prices aside – this is a very good service that is easy to do business with. Their process is excellent. Doctors – outstanding. No sneaky doctor's fees like Lemonade and GoodRx spring on you at the end of your visit. Hims also has a women's service called Hers, which offers medications for women’s health issues as well. A young company that is getting better all the time. Top 5 for sure!
You have heard us say that buying E.D. medications like Generic Viagra, Sildenafil, and Tadalafil online is like playing Russian Roulette. It's true. Here is one of many examples of a crooked website that is selling fake pills. They advertise all over the porn websites like Xhamster.com, DrToober.com, Youporn.com, and many others. They have all the badges of fraud you should watch out for - super low prices - no medical questionnaire, and of course . . . no certificate or seal of approval from LegitScript.com.
We sent these pills to a laboratory for testing, and their 100 mg Sildenafil pill was shown to contain ONLY 8 mg of Sildenafil and not 100 mg as they claim. Their 20 mg Tadalafil pills contained ONLY 1 mg of Tadalafil. Just another scam.
The biggest advertisers in the E.D. pill arena is this top service based in the heart of New York City and are known as either “Roman” or “Ro.” Started by three young “tech entrepreneurs” back in 2017, immediately after Viagra and Cialis came off patent and generics were authorized. They have done an outstanding job of spreading the word on E.D. Pills and have now expanded to all 50 states.
Advertises heavily on TV and radio. The head of their medical team is a top men's sexual health expert Dr. Steven Lamm, an internist in New York City. He is the head of the Center for Men’s Health at NYU - a real star – so you know you are in good hands. They also have a solid team of medical advisors that even features Dr. Joycelyn Elders – who was the U.S. Surgeon General back in 1993-1994.
Some prices are good while others are quite high – I guess with all the high profile and high-cost advertising they do, they have to recoup those costs somehow – so the pricing can be high.
Like ScoreBlue, Roman is the ONLY other service that has the “clout,” which enabled them to also get real generic Viagra – not from India or China – but right from Pfizer. Only ScoreBlue and Roman have the clout to get Pfizer/Greenstone pills - the best of the best.
In an industry filled with crooks and conmen and dangerous pills – you can bet your last dollar that the good folks at Roman will never cheat you on your medications. All these solid points add up and helps "Ro" crack the Top 5! Ro is a Go.
The only people who are “happy” with HappyFamilyStore.com are the con-men who are running this fake website out of Pakistan. Call the 888 phone number they have on their website and you will get someone who can barely speak English. They sell crap— all of it is counterfeit Viagra. These fake pills have traced to be from China. There is no “Happy Ending” with Happy Family Store!
It was founded in 1998 by John Rao, who was quite a visionary. They are now licensed in all 50 states and have fulfilled millions of prescriptions. From their world headquarters in Tempe, Arizona.
Still one of the top services on the market. They rank #2 in our Top 5 rankings behind only ScoreBlue.com. They have perfected their customer service and quickly handle any issues that arise. Their medical staff is seasoned and respond quickly to any concerns. In particular Dr. Steven Schlosser, who went to Georgetown Medical School and did his training at Tufts University in Boston.
One of the reasons they are ranked #2 out of hundreds of websites offering ED. medications is that many men love the fact that you don’t need to upload a photo of your driver’s license or photo ID. They and ScoreBlue.com are the only services in the country to use this technology which many men—particularly guys over the age of 60 like.
They run very deceptive and misleading ads on Google. They tout extremely low prices in their ads for Sildenafil for example. But what they don’t tell you, until after you have spent 15-20 minutes filling out their 23 questions and uploading a copy of your drivers license and a photo of yourself, is that they have a $30 fee for the online visit! Pretty deceptive.
So the low price advertised changes DRAMATICALLY once the $30 fee is factored in. They do not use pills from the Pfizer company Greenstone, which are clearly better than generics made by non-Pfizer companies. They get cheap generics from India. They are LegitScript approved which is a big plus and means they are a legitimate company and not one of the crooked online pharmacies. ED medications are not their sole focus.
Decent website, decent response time and overall decent experience. Grade C
Here is a service that sounds like one of those “male enhancement” products you see advertised on a porn site offering to add inches to your Johnson. Huge.com gets their Generic Viagra pills from India. The pills are manufactured in India, and then sent to a middleman in Florida, then to the Huge.com affiliated pharmacy, and finally to the consumer. The pills are not made by Pfizer or the Pfizer generic manufacturer - Greenstone. This means that the chemicals in these pills are not exactly the same as the chemicals in the generic Viagra and Sildenafil that is manufactured in the official Pfizer manufacturing facilities in Ireland and France.
These pills are made in Maharashtra, India - a state in India with a population of 114,000,000 - that’s one hundred and fourteen million people in this “state” in India. With over 17 million people living below the poverty line - greater than the entire population of states like Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Georgia - etc.
They send you the pills in little black packets, with one pill in each packet. The packet does not identify who manufactures the pills - that information is on the prescription label which is placed on a larger pouch containing the little packets.
The Huge.com website is simple, straight-forward and easy to use. They don’t accept American Express cards. The online questionnaire is nicely done and orders shipped in a timely manner.
This company is based in South Florida and has been certified by LegitScript - which is a big plus. This LegitScript certification lets you know that they are not some rogue pharmacy based offshore sending you poisonous pills.
At the end of the day, despite getting cheap generics from India, this service is better than the frauds selling counterfeit Viagra from some offshore bunker. GRADE C+
Classy well-run organization. Unlike some of the flashy guys on TV pitching you a fantasy — these guys are licensed in all 50 states. They follow all the laws. They have top doctors—not guys who got their medical degrees at the bottom of a box of Lucky Charms or Captain Crunch.
But it is no accident that KwikMed is one of the Top 5 services in the country. All you have do it look at their leadership team. Their CEO Peter Ax, is also the managing partner of Phoenix Capital Management a top venture capital firm in Scottsdale. Ax got his MBA from The Wharton School and got his law degree from the University of Arizona.
The rest of their executive is also impressive, including Chief Financial Officer Matt Breyne who has an extensive background in commercial finance industry, and Dan Snyder who is their chief marketing officer.
They send you a pill splitter with your order. It’s sharp, razor sharp. It’s so you can cut your pills in half or in quarters. You would need the steady hands and the eagle eye of a diamond cutter, to slice the round Generic Viagra into 4 little pieces. The guys at Healthymale.com also send out a “pill splitters in your order as well.
KwikMed and HealthyMale were basically the two pioneers in this business and back when a 100 mg Viagra pill would sell for $100 a pill or MORE—cutting it into two or even four pieces made a lot of sense. So it seems like old habits die hard!
The not-so-good news is that their prices remain high. In fact they might be the highest. Think of them charging Rolls Royce prices. If money is not an issue—if you’re a rich movie star or former sports star with boatloads of cash—this is your place. Everything is legit. No laws broken. No crap pills. They send you real pills—no fakes here—the real deal. One left over from the days gone by when they first started and prices where super high are “pill splitters” or “pill cutters” as some guys call them.
Excellent company with good service and real pills—I like the place.
They are one of the few companies that charges you a Doctor’s fee. They charge $25 for your first visit. Most of the other big guys in the space absorb that cost and don’t charge you anything for the visit. $25 for a doctor’s visit is still peanuts - imagine what you pay your urologist for an office visit - I’m sure it is not as cheap as $25! But still, most of the services don’t charge you a penny for the visit.
When it comes to prices, they are decent. As an example, they sell Generic Tadalafil 20 mg pill for $22. Compare this to Roman, which sells 10 mg and 20 mg Generic Cialis for $44 a pill or Upscript, which sells them for $33 a pill. This $22 price put Lemonaid as a good deal here. But toss on the $25 doctor fee, and it’s like you are almost adding a $1 a day to a 30 day supply. Not really that big a deal. They get their Tadalafil from Teva Generics, which manufactures their pills in India and elsewhere.
They even jumped onboard the Coronavirus pandemic offering to help. The company has 13 clinicians across the country, each fielding dozens of Coronavirus calls a day, according to news reports on Fox10 in Phoenix. They started the business five years ago and have made significant improvements each year. ED Medications is not their main focus. They offer medical services and prescription drugs in a number of different categories, including birth control, hair loss, depression, acne, cold sores, acid reflux, cholesterol, stopping smoking, acid reflux, and of course, erectile dysfunction.
Their website and ads always feature sexy women and cool-looking guys. Kind of reminds you of an old issue of Maximum magazine or Playboy magazine from the 1990's. Cool stuff. They started out in 2017, right when Viagra's patent expired and generic Viagra became available. This service started out operating only in North Carolina, where they are headquartered, but they have now expanded to numerous states around the country.
The medical doctor who started Maleexcel.com is a highly-respected family medicine specialist named Dr. Peter Fotinos. He is a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Medical School. Though he is based in North Carolina, Dr. Fotinos is licensed to practice medicine in at least 35 states.
The MaleExcele.com website is very straight forward and easy to understand. The prices - which are decent - are laid out with no hidden charges like they have at HeyDoctor.com and at other services as well. They like to compare their prices to GetRoman.com and ForHims.com because they do, in fact, offer lower prices. MaleExcel.com offers monthly "auto-shipments" so you can order once and not have to worry about re-ordering for an entire year.
The medical staff usually reviews your questionnaire quickly - normally in under 90 minutes, which is among the fastest. They use two top pharmacies to ship medications. Like almost all of the E.D. services, they require you to upload some form of government identification - like your driver's license, in order to process your order.
They are LegitScript.com certified and have a top-notch service. They are expanding across the country because men like their service- certainly in the Top 10.
Old fashioned pharmacy, founded in 2003 by Dave Marley and his wife Elizabeth, both of whom are pharmacists.
The company frequents trade shows for the industry. They are located in Winston-Salem North Carolina, but can ship prescriptions all over the country. If you are a radio listener to ESPN or AM talk shows, you have probably heard one of their radio ads at some time. They were one of the first companies to offer Viagra and other ED. medications through mail order.
You get a prescription for Viagra or Cialis from you local doctor and then your doctor faxed the prescription to them – rather than your local CVS, Walgreens or wherever you get your pills normally, and they will get you a better price.
Their prices are better than some but still on the high side. For example, they sells Generic Viagra for $12 a pill and charge $75 for a branded Viagra.
Not the best prices… but their pills are legit! Not the BS coming from India and China. And not the chewable crap from Bluechew. Straight shooting company that offers good prices, excellent service and a nice friendly “family type” attitude. Salt of the earth! You can fax in your prescription to: 336-771-9921 or call them at 1-800-286-6781. If you live in the Winston-Salevm area, they can zip your prescription right to your door in just a few hours.
Mens.com is one of the easier website addresses to remember - it's short and to the point. Mens.com is a well-run and relatively new service - as most of these men's E.D. medication online services are. They are available in about 20 states. The head of their medical team is the highly-regarded Dr. Bruce Marko MD of Charlotte, North Carolina. Dr. Marko is a Cosmetic, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Specialist and has over 35 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine medical school in 1985.
Mens.com does not offer any of the high-priced "branded" medications... so no original Viagra or Cialis. They are too expensive, and they are basically obsolete ever since the generics became available. They offer just three E.D. medications - generic Viagra, generic Cialis, and generic Daily Cialis. Their prices are better than most. Like virtually all E.D. Meds sites, they do not offer Levitra. And like most of the online services (HealthyMale.com and ScoreBlue.com being the two exceptions that do not require you to upload an I.D.), they require you to upload some form of government identification to order.
Additionally, they also offer the hair loss medication Finasteride for only $20 a month for 30 1 mg tablets. This American-based company should be expanding their service over the years, and looks to be a solid service that men can rely on. Their questionnaire is straight forward and not complicated.
Their pharmacy is based in Seattle. They made it to our Top 10.
Based in Nashville is this very fine service. It is owned and operated by pharmacist Dr. Henry Dunklau IV . . . he is also known as "Dr. Hank." Dr. Hank offers not only E.D. medications but also hair loss medications as well.
His prices are middle of the road - not too high and not too low. They ship directly from their pharmacy in Nashville, as well as from an affiliated pharmacy in California based just south of San Francisco. They have over 50,000 customers and add more each day. Like most services, except for two that don't, MyDrHank.com requires you to upload some form of government identification to order.
In an industry swarming with crooks, thieves, and rip-off artists, Dr. Hank, is a breath of fresh air. Needless to say, this website is LegitScript.com approved and is one of the good companies helping the telemedicine industry to continue to blossom.
The new service has an unusual name - but a colorful looking website. Cartoon charters that look like something you would see on Adult Swim are all over their website and in their ads. The branding might be silly, but the service is serious. Not only are they approved by LegitScript.com, but they also have good prices and a fast online intake process. Their website is easy to understand and goes quick. Their pill options in terms of number of pills are a bit limited.
For example, the 100 mg Sildenafil is offered in only 5 and 10 pill amounts. Contrast that with places like HealthyMale.com or UpScript.com, where you can get 50-100 pills or more on a single order if you don't want monthly shipments. Like all but only two of the services, MySwink.com requires you to upload some form of government identification to order.
For a new service - MySwink is off to a great start. They are in a limited number of states right now - but working on expanding rapidly. They charge a $10 a month fee - plus the cost of medication - so they are very competitive price-wise. With all the crooks on the market - the good folks at MySwink.com seem to be one of the good guys. Currently, they are not in all states and do not list what states they are in on their website - you have to email them and ask them. Solid service.
FRAUD. One of the biggest. A slick little scam based in China. They charge your credit card in CNY - Chinese Yuan. They advertise on their website site original VIAGRA for only $3.96 a pill. It’s a lie. Pfizer, the world-famous maker of Viagra, doesn’t wholesale their original Viagra to any pharmacy for under $50 a pill. Yes, $50 a pill - so how can this website claim to have REAL Viagra for under $4 a pill? Simple - it’s a scam.
The pills we received from them and we had tested in a lab. The result were shocking!! The 50 MG Viagra pill tested showed it actually showed it has 147 MG of the active ingredient in it. So it was almost 3 times stronger. This is dangerous! It can literally kill you. Their 100 MG Viagra pill contained on 28 MG in the lab test. The pill from these crooks are all over the map and a very serious danger to men and should be avoided at all cost.
They of course are not certified by LegitScript. Their customer representative send you text messages from all kinds of different phone number based out of New York, even though they are based in China.
They try and get a second credit card from you to rip you off even more. The lesson here - if you see a website that offers prices super low - you can bet the farm it’s a scam! And if it doesn’t have a LegitScript verification - don’t waste your time with them.
This place is so crooked they even have the FDA’s logo on the website, right next to the pills, as if they are approved by the FDA. Just another scam! New ones pop up all the time. GRADE F
Another scam! Selling fake pills. Tricks you with super low prices and quasi-legitimate looking website. Al they want is your credit card—which they will bill and bill and bill until you have to cancel it at your bank. Just look at their URL. They call their site PillsOnline—but the URL is pillmonline. Not the same name. They are secretly located in Russia—even though they have the big USA red, white and blue logo on their website. They only advertise on porno sites. Their pills are fake and potentially dangerous!! Don’t be fooled by these crooks.
This outlaw pharmacy was based in a house in Belize. They were mixing this stuff in barrels in a house—shipping them to Mexico and then sending them into the US and Canada. Some guys have even DIED from getting bad pills loaded with dangerous ingredients. This place had super low prices—prices so low many guys went for it. But the report of illness and guys getting deformed – meaning they could no longer get another erection because their Johnsons got messed up with bad ingredients.
Don’t get tricked by some lowed priced shit—you always pay for it in the end. Its because of places like this that the other guys in the adult business urged me to put out this information—so that no more guys get killed—no more guys get ripped off. It’s like that crazy shit going on in the Dominican Republic right now. American tourists are dropping like flies. As of this writing it’s over 12 people mysteriously dead—and hundreds if not thousands more getting incredibly ill. Same stuff happens with outlaw pharmacies – fly-by-night scamsters promising free pills – fast shipping – low prices and all kinds of other goodies.
It’s in ARGENTINA! Here he is...the most overused doctors photo on the fake sites. The doctor in glasses, gray hair and a stethoscope around his neck over a white lab coat. This guys is on thousands of websites. He probably has more images on the Internet than the Kardashians. Needless to say this site is just another cookie-cutter scam offering fake Viagra, counterfeit Cialis and banging your credit card with outrageously high “shipping fees.” No good news to report here. Sleazy company hiding out offshore so the FED’s don’t bust them.
Even we were surprised at level of excellence they have achieved across the board. There are some great services out there with some outstanding features, but ScoreBlue has all those features at one place - and they have even more. There were two things that immediately jumped out at us and let us know were were dealing with a very different kind of company here - and no I’m not talking about their prices - which are excellent by the way.
What jumped out were two technology features that in the past many men complained about. First, the practice of having to upload your photo ID - your drivers license or passport, and also having to upload a real time photo of yourself. Virtually all the companies require tow and even three forms of ID vial upload. Not here. They use the same ID technology used by NASA and major financial institutions. It must have cost a mint - but it means you don’t have to upload or download anything. Nothing. Now I can hear many of the younger readers or tech savvy seniors saying - what’s the big deal about uploading an ID. Well, ED medications are taken mainly by older men, many of whom still call the Internet the Interweb! They think scanning a photo means a trip to Kinkos or Office Depot. So to the “technology challenged” or easily irritated, it’s a big deal. And to guys who like to use their cell phone it can be a bit of a hassle too. But it is also comforting to know, in this age of cyber criminals and data breaches, that no criminal enterprise could one day have you DL, credit number to be sold on the Dark Web, if they are hacked. Many men are still wary because of cyber hacks and the stolen data fallout like the Ashley Madison hack that turned the lives of 30 million people upside down. Imagine if the crooks also had these 30 million driver’s licenses!
The second feature was the ability to order by phone. Of course filling out a quick form sitting on your couch in your underwear at midnight is tough to beat, but tons of guys still like to make a quick phone call, answer a few questions - and boom - Viagra on it’s way to your door. No different than ordering a pizza or a placing a bet with your bookie. Survey sheets also show many guys over 60 love using the ScoreBlue phone option. So this a great feature only one other company offers.
So from a technology standpoint they run the table. Medically that also jump to the front of the pack thanks to their chief medical officer. A Los Angles based urologist who numbers many past and current superstars among his patients. The likes of Frank Sinatra, Johnny Carson, Ray Charles, Gregory Peck and current stars like Bill Maher, Wolfgang Puck and Larry King. His name is Dr. Dudley Danoff. I must admit I can’t stop thinking of the old cartoon character with a similar sounding name - him Dudley Do-Right the dim-witted Canadian Mountie, always trying to catch his nemesis Snidely Whiplash on the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. But there is nothing funny about this Yale Medical School super urologist that heads Tower Urology at world famous Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Danoff - Do-Right - makes his mark felt on every visit. Whether it’s online or over the phone because he designed the short, speedy intake form used to evaluate you. It’s lightening quick. While other sites ask you garbage like, “how often do you masterbate” or “how would you rate your interest in sex” and all the other list of bizarre questions some telehealth platforms ask you. Dr. Danoff said, “those questions are nonsense and irrelevant. When a man comes to my office at Tower Urology seeking ED meds there are just a few basic questions I ask, because these meds are very safe. It doesn’t matter if you masterbate every day or if you have never masterbated in your life - makes no difference. Online should be no different. These companies asking a lot of questions are trying to impress you with razzle-dazzle nonsense. We don’t do that.” As a result, the ScoreBlue question intake process is very fast and easy.
When it comes to Generic Viagra, and Sildenafil they only use Pfizer made pills. Nothing from China or India - only the best stuff. Same with Cialis and Tadalafil - the real deal from the Eli Lilly company. No cheap stuff here - only the Real McCoy. The pricing is also tremendous. They do such a high volume and buy in such large quantities they are able to lower the cost across the board. They have the lowest price we have seen on real generic Viagra right from Pfizer, and the Sildenafil price - I have paid more for a candy bar! Remember, while most telehealth platforms offer everything from ED medications to hair loss loss meds, to women’s health, and a ton of other stuff, ScoreBlue only does one thing - ED medications - and they do it better than anyone else.
Only negative is that the phone center is not 24 hours a day - so if you’re in the mood to order some pills at 2 am you can’t - you have to wait util 6 am. Also, their company slogan - “Everyone Likes to Score” is kind of cheesy to some of the younger guys. The package you receive from them doesn’t say ScoreBlue anywhere on it - totally private so your mailman won’t know a thing. The billing description on your credit card is also very innocuous and non-revealing. It doesn’t say ScoreBlue at all, so your wife, girlfriend or accountant will never know what it is you bought. For all of these reasons, this company has shoved all the chips to the middle of the table and raised the ante - and no one can call. It is by far the number one choice when is comes to getting your ED pills - best technology - best pills - best pricing and a doctor with a name that sound like a cartoon character! You will “score” a home run with this place. Click Here to go to the ScoreBlue website.
Typical run-of-the-mill bogus E.D. medications website. These morons can't even spell Viagra correct on their order page - what does that tell you! This website is 100% a fraud. They sell counterfeit pills that don't work. Cheap crap. We have the lab reports to prove it. They specialize in sending out massive amounts of email blasts from computer servers in Russia - millions of emails at a time. Don't EVER buy any E.D. pills from a company you have never done business with that sends you an email.
Needless to say, this place is not LegitScript.com approved. Crooked service that gives the entire industry a black eye.
Crooks love Belize. The weather is great. The taxes are low. There is a pro-business environment there - and the government doesn't care what you do. These are the perfect combination of factors that attract many crooks. Belize is crawling with them. In fact, one of the biggest busts of illegal pharmacies was based in Belize. The FBI and FDA raided the place - called Planet Pharmacy. They were making pills in the bathroom of a sleazy little house in Belize. The conditions were disgusting.
This website is also a fraud. 100% scam. It will just be a matter of time before they switch names - but if you come across Sildenafil118.com - leave immediately.
Belize is a beautiful country. The fishing is among the best in the world. The people are friendly. The food is good - there are a lot of great reasons to like Belize. But the capital city - Belize City - is crawling with crooked internet companies - including these scumbags. Surprisingly, they are not connected to Sildenafil118.com - even though they are both based in Belize and have an almost identical name. The pills we received from this place looked like Flintstone Vitamins, they were so fake! It was that big of a joke. Strictly a credit card scheme that advertises low-cost generic Viagra on porno sites. Avoid this place at all costs!
It is believed this may be the website where Dennis Hof bought the loaded Viagra pills that lead to his death. This place looks legit, but they are selling counterfeit and, unfortunately, dangerous pills. They are tough to shut down because they keep moving locations. They constantly change merchant accounts. They use safe houses and a string of postal mailbox addresses across the globe. The pills come from China - Wuhan, China, to be specific! Lab tests showed scary results - a pill sold as 100 mg of generic Viagra actually contained over 517 mg - that can kill you! And unfortunately, that is exactly what happened to Dennis Hof. Don't buy from this place or ANY place that does not have the LegitScript.com seal on the bottom of their website that you can verify - it could literally cost you your life!
Yet another group of internet bandits out to rip you off blind! They sell fake pills at super low prices. The prices are super low because the pills are worthless powder and not real E.D. medications, and they're located in China. Your credit card is charged in Chinese YUAN.
It takes about one month for the package of fake pills to show up. They offer low prices, but not "crazy low prices" that instantly give it away to any sane person that it's fake. This site actually seems kind of legitimate. The website features slick-looking doctors and an impressive looking medical office - but it is all fake! Crap central.
With a cool-looking website and offering everything from E.D. meds, P.E. meds, hair loss, and skincare meds as well - this new company looks very promising. It was started by Dr. Simal Patel, a medical doctor with a background in emergency room medicine. Dr. Patel is the owner of StrutYours.com, and his attention to detail shows. He has put together a comprehensive website - super cool branding, and an attractive, easy to understand, and easy to follow website. Many of the E.D. telemedicine service websites are a bit complicated. In business less than one year, they are already available in about 30 states! Pricing is extremely competitive.
Monthly shipments are the standard here for E.D. Meds. They have a fast response time to review your medical questionnaire. Like every E.D. online service (with the exception of HealthyMale.com and #1 rated ScoreBlue.com), they require you to upload some form of government identification as a requirement for you to place an order.
A young company that is off to a fast start. Their LegitScript.com certification is a sure-fire sign that everything is on the up and up. In an industry filled with scammers like BlueChew.com, it is nice to see a new start-up doing things the right way. Should be a force to be reckoned with in the future. Rock-solid.
Just the name of this service should let you know they don't know what the hell they are talking about. SunBedBooster... what the hell does that have to do with E.D. medications? This joke of a service is based somewhere in India; they sell counterfeit Cialis and Viagra.
Companies that make fake pills are a dime a dozen in India - just read the great book Bottle of Lies by New York Times Award-winning author Katherine Eban to find out how crooked pill companies in India and China are. Eban's book will scare the wits out of you when you learn how many medications sold in America are made over there with no quality control. This place is a hornet's nest of fraud - stay far away.
The FDA investigators state that over 81% of all E.D. Pills sold online are counterfeit. That is exactly what this place - a crooked website selling fake pills. These clowns are bad criminals, that they can barely spell. The website is filled with over 50 glaring spelling mistakes. All the doctors pictured on the website are fake. Don't waste your time with garbage like this - stick with any of the companeis we have ranked in our top 5, or any of the other highly rated E.D. services - not "internet pirates" like these guys.
The "hook" is they only sell Cialis and generic Cialis - which is known as Tadalafil. They don't sell generic Viagra or Sildenafil. There is nothing wrong with this... except the Cialis and Tadalafil they sell are fake. Not the real pills made by the Eli Lilly company. Just garbage knock-off's that are so weak... they couldn't give a mouse a hard-on!
Like all the fake Telemedicine services, they have a very official-looking website complete with handsome doctors in white medical coats. Hint - if you see a photo of a doctor in a white lab coat, see if the doctor's name is listed. Then Google the name. It is so easy to look up online medical doctors these days. The E.D. telemedicine industry has some of the best medical doctors in the country on their boards - just look at Dr. Dudley Danoff (urologist) at ScoreBlue.com or Dr. Steven Lamm (internist) at GetRoman.com - these two men are literally world-class medical doctors.
When in doubt about a doctor on a website - Google him. This place, Tadalafil4you.com is an absolute joke - actually, it's not a joke - it's a scam.
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Wow this place seems good, after all they are called “Trust Pharmacy”. They have a photo of a lady with glasses on the website—she must be smart, so this place must be good right?—And they say in big letters they are a “World Famous Pharmacy—world famous for being criminals! This is all crap—all lies—all BS. This place is dog shit.
This company was the original Online ED pharmacy. Believe it or not, this Tempe, Arizona based company was able to ship Viagra via the mail almost 20 years ago.
They got the first telemedicine license for ED products in the country. They used to sell brand Viagra at like $100 a pill before the generic versions was even available.
Some have described them as the original McDonald’s brothers—just like the McDonald’s brothers from the movie The Founder. They had the brilliant idea of letting men get their ED medications from the privacy and convenience of their own home. Meanwhile, new companies began advertised this concept heavily and tailored it to the masses. The Rao Brothers (founded by John Rao and run by his brother COO, Jerry Rao) were the ones that started it all and must have made a mint!
They are a small company that still does a very good job. In addition to Trysildenafil.com, they also own and operate eDrugstore.com, Viamedic.com and Amerimedrx.com. They don’t have the best prices or the fastest service, but they are honest and have a nice small network of good doctors.
In addition to their telemedicine, the owners have an interesting side business... magazine called Open Minds. This seems to be a passion project. You can visit their website at Openminds.tv. If you are interested in UFO’s, their website is worth checking out – it is very well done and they have incredible information.
Good people, and good family run business that has been doing a solid job for a long time.
At the height of the Coronavirus pandemic, in April of 2020 - these guys started selling Hydroxychloroquine on their platform for $10 a pill! $10 a pill is significantly higher than it normally sells for. Some called them vultures, ghouls, and POS to try and make money off scared American’s in one of our darkest hours. Others say it’s great that someone offered it because it was very difficult to find.
Setting this controversy aside, let’s look at their telehealth platform and offerings for ED. They have a sharp-looking website, rock-solid medical team, and offer all the ED medications you would expect from a national service.
Their prices are middle of the road - 20 mg Tadalafil for $33 a pill - compared to Romans $44 a pill, but higher than Lemonaid’s $22 a pill and ScoreBlue’s $17 a pill. In terms of Generic Viagra, they have a decent $26 a pill price for the 100 mg pill - significantly lower than both Hims and Roman, who whack you for $34 a pill. Still, sites like ScoreBlue keep their price under $20 a pill for pills from Pfizer, while these generic sold by UpScript come from Teva Pharma, not from Pfizer.
They ship from Bella Brands Pharmacy in Sandy, UT - they do a great job. Upscript has fielded a team of top medical doctors and sharp nurse practitioners to handle all your ED concerns. Additionally, they offer medications for other conditions, including insomnia, weight loss, hair loss, and even a condition known as “traveler’s diarrhea” on their platform.
Like Blink Health, Lemonaid Health, and others who specialize in covering many different conditions, Upscript also seems to focus on items other than just ED.
At the end of the day, this relatively new company is doing things right! Great service, excellent medical staff, and fine customer service. Once they get their prices down, they will be amazing! Excellent service.
This service is practically an exact copy of GetRoman.com in their layout, style and offerings. Roman as in a Roman Gladiator and Viking as in Nordic warrior.
However, while GetRoman.com offers a number of non-prescription products for men, including the questionable Premature Ejaculation product—Roman Swipes—this company has a far more limited product portfolio.
Their mail focus is ED pills, COVID-19 related items and hair loss products. You are required to upload a picture of yourself and a copy of your driver’s license.
They are certified and approved by LegitScript - which is a very good sign. They are legit and available in in almost all 50 states.
They charge a $5 doctor fee for your online visit in addition to their cost of the prescription. Their prices are decent - not the best and not the worst. Their pharmacy they touted on their website - looks like it has been shut down. It is listed as permanently closed - as of this writing.
Nothing special here—but not some rip-off from China or Hong Kong like other websites with similar sounding names.
They pretend to offer you Real Viagra and Real Cialis at prices 95% lower than other companies. But it’s a GIANT South Florida SCAM. The pills don’t exist – they show them on their website, you think you are going to buy them and once you answer their questionnaire – BOOM – they pull a switch and a message pops on screen that says … “our medical team” recommends a different pill.
The pills aren’t from Pfizer or Eli Lilly – only cheap junk. Total crooks! Don’t get fooled Classic FRAUD.