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With a passion for accuracy and expertise, we help companies and Internet users decide which websites are trustworthy, and why.
We aim to leave the Internet a better place for future generations. We believe the Internet can be a place where people find truth. We think individuals and businesses have a right to know who’s behind a website, product, or service in order to be empowered and make informed decisions.
That is why we strive to be the most trusted source informing the public about which online businesses are legitimate, legal, and trustworthy—and which are not.
We help companies of all sizes keep their services legal and safe for consumers. We share our expertise about high-risk online activity to empower businesses, governments, and consumers to make incremental changes that will result in a secure, more transparent Internet.
To do this, we have a world-class team of experts in various regulatory and policy fields, including online healthcare. We act as an outsourced compliance and investigative department that puts user safety first.
LegitScript was founded in May 2007, and it’s been a great ride ever since. From our coffeeshop days, where we had little more than an idea, to the present day, where a team of over 60 in Portland (Oregon) work hard to make cybercriminals’ lives difficult, we’ve tried to stay true to our core belief: that we can do something to make the Internet a safer, more transparent, and more independent place than we found it.Learn More ›
We knew we were winning when illicit Internet pharmacies and their allies banded together to try and destroy us.
It was a desperate move. They failed. But it’s quite a story.
Before 2010, when the search engines, payment processors, and domain name registrars started using LegitScript’s services, many illegal online pharmacies were “certified” by a company called PharmacyChecker. That company was the “trusted” resource for the major search engines and others. But unbeknownst to the major Internet players, PharmacyChecker was taking money from multiple Internet pharmacies who would later be indicted and convicted for selling…