Confident Compliance

Trusted by credit card networks, search engines and regulators to determine which Internet pharmacies, supplement sellers and other online merchants are legit.

LegitScript monitors 537,722 websites and merchants.

81,940 are Internet pharmacies (15%)
17,714 are supplement websites (3%)
3,086 are psychoactive high websites (1%)
434,982 are other merchants (81%)

Our Clients And Partners Include:


E-Commerce & Advertisement Platforms

Monitoring in 20 countries for Google Ads and Shopping, Bing Ads, Amazon and more.

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Acquiring Banks & Payment Processors

Recommended by Visa. On-boarding assistance and persistent merchant monitoring.

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Certified Merchants

Certification and monitoring of pharmacies and other regulated or high-risk merchants.

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Government Agencies

World class cybercrime investigation, monitoring and enforcement.

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Registrars & Registries

Helping contracted parties keep illegal online pharmacies off their registration platforms.

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Brand Owners

Trademark monitoring to in-depth analyses of serial brand violators and networks.

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Careers

Working at LegitScript

We're looking for bright people to help us make sense of the murky and fascinating world of cybercrime in the healthcare sector and beyond.

News & Updates

LegitScript Pharmacy Certification To Include Probationary Status

I’m pleased to announce that LegitScript pharmacy merchant certification will soon include a new category: Probationary Status. Let me explain why we’ve created this category and what it means for our partners and for certified pharmacies. Why a probationary category is necessary. LegitScript pharmacy certification is intended to distinguish between pharmacy or telemedicine merchants that […]

John Horton
By on August 30, 2017
Internet Pharmacy Stuff

Mugshots: US States That Prohibit Websites From Charging a Fee to Remove Arrest Photos

Over the past decade, dozens of for-profit websites have been created for the purpose of publishing arrest records, including booking photographs — more commonly known as “mugshots.” Many of these websites make money by charging the arrestee a fee to remove the image. Is this legal? The short answer is: it depends on the state. […]

LegitScript Folks
By on August 30, 2017
Merchant Monitoring

Apricot Kernels: When Fruit Becomes an Illegal Supplement

Apricots are a popular summer fruit, but as a dietary supplement they can also be the pits. Acquiring banks, payment providers, advertising platforms, and others should be aware that the kernels found inside the pits of fresh apricots can contain something quite unexpected: cyanide. Some supplement merchants advertise these products as a health cure, which […]

LegitScript Folks
By on August 8, 2017
Products