Canadian-pharmacy-24hr.com is a store that promises the highest quality medications as well as the highest standards. While you might like their prices, is it a good place to buy your medications from? Our look at the store and what it has to offer show some serious problems.
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Domain Name Information
This pharmacy is relatively new and that increases the chances that they won’t be very reliable. They were registered in 2020, making them more likely to be a scam.
Adding to this problem is the fact that they have used a privacy service to hide their contact information. While this doesn’t necessarily mean that they are a scam, it doesn’t help the impression we get.
Business Contact Details
This drugstore is claiming to be a Canadian pharmacy, but is it really? They don’t provide a business address in Canada or even a business name. This is a frequent problem we find with scam pharmacies that don’t want you to know who they are or where they are located.
In actual fact, we doubt that they are really located in Canada or even have anything to do with that country. We don’t know where the owner of this store is located or who they are. This means that there are more risks when you are buying from this business.
This isn’t the first time we have seen this drugstore, there are many like it online using different domain names. They sell the same products at the same prices and possess the same problems.
Known mirror stores include:
Stores like this have to be a scam that aren’t operating in the best interests of their customers.
Online pharmacies need to have regulatory approval to ensure they are serving their customers well. However, this pharmacy doesn’t have any.
This lack of regulatory approval isn’t a good thing for the customers, and also means that they are likely to be operating illegally. LegitScript certainly thinks so, calling them a rogue.
Mostly generic medicines are being sold by the pharmacy, and even with the brand pills, we can’t be sure they are what they claim to be. The brand medicine on the pharmacy could, in fact, be counterfeit.
Available categories on the site include:
■ Men’s health
Though the pharmacy claims that the pills they sell are FDA approved, this seems unlikely. They do not provide any evidence for this, and they don’t even say where the generic drugs are manufactured.
The lack of information about the source of the medicines sold can only increase the risks to customers. Low-quality pills could contain ingredients not expected, something that will cause patients problems.
They could be unexpected health ramifications that make someone’s condition much worse. This could result in more serious health intervention being required, and a worsening of their situation.
Payment and Shipping
The checkout page of the pharmacy sends you to somewhere else to complete your transaction. This new website does have some security and allows you to pay using major credit cards.
Two options are offered by the pharmacy to ship your pills to you. There is airmail for $10, or courier delivery that includes tracking for $30. When you spend more than $200 airmail is free, and if you are ordering above $300, courier delivery then has no cost.
The pharmacy does feature a testimonials page packed full of Canadian-Pharmacy-24hr.com reviews. In fact, there are so many customer comments on the page it starts to get unbelievable.
When we read through these comments, they are very familiar to us. This customer feedback is fake and featured on many other scam websites including the mirror pharmacies previously mentioned.
A pharmacy that chooses to use fake customer feedback to deceive its customers, isn’t a good pharmacy to choose. If they’re willing to lie about that, what aren’t they willing to lie about?
There are many reasons to think this pharmacy isn’t a good choice. They don’t have any regulation, they don’t want you to know who they are, and they are a mirror of many other websites.
All in all, choosing this pharmacy would be a bad mistake, and we give them 20% of trust.