Canadapharmacymedonline.com is a pharmacy promising quality medications and affordable prices without the need for a prescription. We take a look at what this pharmacy is offering, finding serious problems.
|Origin Country||Czech Republic|
|Licenses, and Approvals|
Domain Name Information
Details we’ve uncovered in the domain name database, show that this pharmacy has been registered for a long time. The domain name was first registered in 2013 and this could be an indication that the pharmacy isn’t actually a scam.
There aren’t any contact details found in the domain record. We can see that this has been registered by someone using a service based in Hong Kong. This is somewhat strange to find, given that the pharmacy is claiming to be Canadian, and could indicate that this drugstore is pretending to be something that it isn’t.
When we check on the pharmacy site, we don’t find a Canadian address. This is surprising given that the pharmacy wants us to think they are Canadian. The reality of a lack of address could mean this business is located anywhere in the world.
This is a common issue with scam pharmacies, and it doesn’t exactly look good for this drugstore.
The pharmacy does not display any regulatory seals to prove that they are correctly protecting their customers. This increases the risks when using this pharmacy, and could mean that you do not get the product you expect when placing an order.
Looking at the opinion of LegitScript, we find that they consider them to be a rogue. This is the lowest rating the association gives to pharmacies they look at and indicates that they don’t have genuine legal approval to operate.
The pharmacy says that they only sell generic medications, and while these are theoretically just as good as brand alternatives, that is only the case if they are manufactured to high standards.
Product categories available from the store include:
■ Men’s health
When we check the product pages on this pharmacy, we find that they do not provide information about who the generic manufacturer was. They don’t even tell us in which country the pills have been manufactured on the product pages. We only discovered this when we look deeper into the website, and it tells us that the pills are coming from India.
While India does produce a lot of generic medications, it is surprising that the pills from the Canadian pharmacy are coming directly from there. So far, we have been unable to find any link to Canada other than the name of the pharmacy.
It seems likely that the truth is that this pharmacy has nothing to do with Canada, and they are only using the name to try to dupe potential customers. This further pushes our belief that this pharmacy is a scam that will do anything to get a sale, even if it means lying to their customers.
The main pages on the pharmacy site are not secure, which is unusual for a retail website. When we go through the checkout, we also find that they have no security. This is extremely dangerous for customers and could mean that your credit card information is stolen when you enter it on the site.
We do not suggest anyone risk their credit card information by using it on this pharmacy site. They do accept, however, the following payment options:
■ Diners Club
When purchasing from this store, you have two options for delivery. Registered mail is expected to take between 10 and 21 days to arrive at a cost of $15. Express delivery is said to take between 7 and 10 days at a cost of $30. Both of these timelines are talking about business days, so not including weekends or public holidays.
The pharmacy doesn’t display any canadapharmacymedonline.com reviews on their own pages. We also are unable to find any feedback on independent websites.
This is somewhat surprising given that this website could have been online for nearly 9 years. The lack of feedback here doesn’t suggest anything good about this drugstore, and further indicates that they are likely to be a scam.
There are many and considerable problems with his pharmacy. The largest is that they don’t have any security, so your credit card information is wide open if you choose to enter it on their website.
This pharmacy is also claiming to be Canadian when there’s nothing to suggest they really are. We can only give them 25% of trust and hope you haven’t given your financial information to them.