The site is very professional looking and has all the bells and whistles you’d associate with a reliable internet seller. Just don’t expect them to send any product your way. I ordered cialis from them with a stated 3-5 day delivery. The worldpay payment goes to some company called ‘Assist Medical Ltd’. After 6 working days I emailed Assist Medical using the email provided on the worldpay receipt. No response was ever received. I later phoned the number on the website to which some guy answered and just said ‘hello’…so clearly not a proper business number. He said he couldn’t comment on orders and that I would have to submit a ‘ticket’ via the website. This I did, receiving a confirmation auto email from a ‘Kelly’s Medical Store’. The next day an email arrived stating the shipment had been dispatched a couple of days earlier (this being a week after the order had been placed) and that due to royal mail being slow over xmas it could take up to 10 working days. 11 working days later and I reopened the ticket and requested a refund, which was completely ignored. I then opened a new ticket complaining more strongly and requesting an immediate refund. As yet this is also being ignored. This site is a complete scam, I would avoid it at all costs. Luckily I have now been able to source the cialis elsewhere and from a reliable website offering next day recorded delivery.
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