Awcanadianpharmacy.com boldly claims to be the world’s leading pharmacy supplier, but should you trust them? Our review of their services highlights significant problems that you need to be aware of before you go any further with this drugstore.
|Pharmacy Name||AWC Canadian Pharmacy|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Checking the details in the domain database shows that the pharmacy has been registered in 2018. While this isn’t a long amount of time, the pharmacy has also registered a very similar domain. AWCCanadianPharmacy.com also points towards this store and has been registered since 2007.
There is some information in the database about owns this pharmacy, and it says they are located in Moscow, Russia. The other domain name with the additional “C” was also purchased through a Russian registrar.
This isn’t what you would expect for a pharmacy that is claiming to be Canadian, and could indicate a scam.
This pharmacy does give us a business address, however, there’s a rather obvious problem with this. The pharmacy bills itself as Canadian, despite this, they give us an address in the USA.
When we check this location in New York state, we do find a pharmacy located there. There is another problem with this, the store at that location doesn’t appear to be named AWC Canadian Pharmacy. The pharmacy at that location is part of the medical center and isn’t calling itself a Canadian business.
It appears that this pharmacy is using a fake business address to try and appear reputable. This makes the store seem very likely to be a scam
The pharmacy does not have regulatory seals displayed on its website. The only mention this pharmacy gives about regulation is to say that they are FDA approved. This is, however, the Indian FDA, and they say that the pills are approved for export. They don’t provide any evidence to back up this claim, so it could be just words
When we check with LegitScript, we can see that they are considered to be rogue. This rogue approval status means that they do not have the correct accreditation to sell medicine in the United States.
The store specializes in generic pills of quite a few different treatment types. These treatment options include:
■ Blood pressure
■ Pain relief
■ Men’s health
Prices on the store aren’t particularly low, even when you order large quantities of their generic drugs. The pharmacy does not tell us who has manufactured these generic pills, and no information is provided about where they are dispensed.
We can only assume that they are manufactured and dispatched in India though we don’t know where exactly. This increases the risk that the pills being sold by the store won’t perform as they should do.
If the pharmacy is selling low-quality medicine, there could be more problems than the pills just not doing anything. The medicine could contain different ingredients that do more problems to the patient’s health.
The website is secure and allows you to choose between the following payment options:
■ Major credit cards
The pharmacy provides customers with two options for delivery. Their regular airmail service will take 2 to 4 weeks to arrive at a cost of $9.95. Express courier delivery costs $29.95 and will take between 1 and 3 weeks.
There are some AWCanadianPharmacy.com reviews on the website, but these don’t look like they’re genuine, and it’s always better to find comments on independent sites. We do find one customer comment about this store on Trustpilot, though it isn’t good.
This customer thought the pills he purchased from the store didn’t work. Even comparing them to other pills purchased before, proving the pills did not contain ingredients they should have done. This supports our fears that the pills being sold by the store are low-quality and don’t include the active ingredients they should do.
This is a pharmacy that claims to be Canadian, gives us a fake US address, and is actually owned by someone in Russia. They also do not have any regulatory approval for any country and are very likely to scam their customers.
We certainly do not recommend you use this store and give them 25% of trust.