Reviews – Pretending is a pharmacy that promises high-quality drugs, fast delivery, and free pills. We look at what they are offering, finding many things that should concern any would-be customers.

Domain Details
Origin CountryRussia or Pakistan
Business Profile
Pharmacy NameCanada Drugs
Licenses, and Approvals
Pharmacy Checkerno
Customer Support
Shipping Options
Regular Mailyes
Express Shippingyes
Free Shippingyes
Payment Modes
Credit/Debit Cardyes
E-Check/Personal checkno
Western Unionno

Domain Name Information

registered in 2017Details in the domain name database show that the pharmacy has been online for 5 years. While this is more time than a lot of pharmacies that we look at, it could still be an indication that the store isn’t as reliable as they might want you to think.

Though there isn’t any information about the owner of the pharmacy in the database, we can see that the company used to register the domain is in Pakistan. This makes it likely that the owner is also in that country, though we can’t be sure.

Business Contact Details

fakeWhen we check on the website, it is clear that they want us to think that they are a Canadian store. Though many of the Canadian pharmacies we see have nothing to do with that country, will that be the case with this drugstore?

Despite giving the appearance of being a Canadian drugstore, they actually have an address in Europe. They also use the business name Europharm Group Inc. with their Czech address.

We have seen these business details many times before, and they are always associated with scam pharmacies. And how can a pharmacy that claims to be Canadian use a business address in the Czech Republic? This isn’t a Canadian drugstore as they claim.

Regulatory Approvals

The store isn’t displaying any regulatory seals from Canadian associations or otherwise. Any pharmacy that is operating in the EU needs to follow the European distance selling regulations as well as display a seal on every page of the site. The pharmacy seems to be doing neither of these things, without the important EU seal anywhere on the store.

rogueChecking what LegitScript thinks of the pharmacy shows they don’t believe they are doing enough to be a reliable drugstore. They give the pharmacy a rating of rogue, meaning it lacks the necessary accreditation that they should have to be legal.

Pills Offered

The pharmacy seems to sell fairly low-cost generic pills, but are they also low-quality meds? While there isn’t any exact information about where the pills are dispensed from, they do say that the meds are from India.

men's related drugs

This is a surprising piece of information given the drive to claim the pharmacy in Canadian. This is the sort of deception that you would expect to find from a scam pharmacy and increases the risk that the pills aren’t high-quality.

If you still want to buy from this pretend Canadian pharmacy with pills that are dispensed in India, you can choose from many categories, including:

  Heart disease

  Hair loss


  Men’s health

Free Pills

bonus pillsThe store does give free pills on every purchase. These free drugs are men’s health pills, and they are available no matter what meds are being ordered.

This does mean that people can get these pills even if they are completely unsuitable for the customer. You don’t need to provide a prescription for the pills so they could be going to people with heart conditions. This is a problem and means that the pharmacy doesn’t seem to be taking their responsibilities seriously.

Payment and Shipping

When you place your order the transaction completes on another website, though they have some security. Choose to pay using:




The pharmacy offers airmail or EMS shipping for their customers. Airmail costs $14.95 with the delivery taking 2 to 4 weeks. EMS provides delivery in 3 to 8 days but does cost $24.95 though does offer tracking as well. Reviews

There is a testimonials page including some positive reviews. These comments are not new to us, however, and feature on many scam pharmacy sites.


Fake testimonials like this serve to convince potential customers that they can trust the pharmacy, but this would be undeserved here.


There are many reasons to believe that this drugstore is a scam. They are pretending to be Canadian when the pills are from India. They don’t have any regulatory approval, and the feedback is fake.

Choosing to buy from this store is a risk that isn’t worth taking. We give them 25% of trust.

Possible Alternatives

If you want to choose another online pharmacy, you can have a look at the pharmacy rating organized according to the level of our trust in them. This rating is based on our reviews and is available at the following link:

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