Ordered Tadacip 20mg on Feb 17 (a Friday). Shipped on Feb 20 (Mon), but tracking number shows entering Indian postal system on Feb 21 and entering the US (ISC NEW YORK) on Feb 23. Delivered by USPS on Feb. 28. That seems like record time in getting through ISC New York and customs. It was exactly what I ordered - Cipla generic Tadalafil marketed as Tadacip. One thing I like about Pharm4all is that you can select "run of house" generic, where you take the luck of the draw with manufacturer, or for a very slight higher cost, select a specific generic like Tadacip manufactured by Cipla, which gives me more faith that what I ordered is what I got. The packaging is exactly like the Cipla Tadacip I've gotten before.
When the shipping info was emailed to me, there was no tracking number, and none on their site when I went back to check. So I thought it was coming unregistered. However, the package was registered with an Indian postal tracking number. A signature was required for delivery. No sweat. But I would have liked to have had the tracking number, so I could have tracked when it entered the US, as registered inbound international email shows up in the USPS system when it enters the US (in this case, ISC NEW YORK.) So if I have one suggestion to Pharm4all would be to input the Indian postal service tracking numbers into their database, so customers will have it. Registered airmail tracking isn't as comprehensive as EMS, but it will give you an idea is something is stuck in US customs. My last delivery from Indian was 'stuck' in US customs for over two weeks.