Reviews – Packed Full of Lies is a drugstore that offers low prices and free gifts with every order. They claim to be a pharmacy that was started in 2002, growing into one of the best online pharmacies in Canada. Our look at this pharmacy shows that these claims are lies and only the start of the problems.

Domain Details
Origin CountryChina
Business Profile
Pharmacy NameCanadian Pharmacy
Licenses, and Approvals
Pharmacy Checkerno
Customer Support
Shipping Options
Regular Mailyes
Express Shippingyes
Free Shippingyes
Payment Modes
Credit/Debit Cardyes
E-Check/Personal checkyes
Western Unionno

Domain Name Information

registered in 2014The domain name for this pharmacy has been registered since 2014. This is longer than many scams we see and so could suggest they’re more reliable.

A domain privacy service in Hong Kong is being used to hide the details of the owner. While this is fairly common and doesn’t always indicate problems, it is something almost all scam pharmacies do.

Business Profile

Despite some indication that this pharmacy is owned by someone in China, they claim to be a Canadian drugstore. The pharmacy also provides an address in Montreal, to try to confirm that this really is a Canadian business.


However, when we check this address it doesn’t appear to be genuine. The street name that they give does not show up on Google maps, and there are other problems. Montreal is in Quebec or QC, and in the address it says RC.

This is probably a fake address, but if it isn’t would you really trust a pharmacy that can’t get its own address correct?

Regulatory Approval

The pharmacy displays an impressive array of regulatory seals, some for Canadian businesses. While these might make you think the pharmacy is very reliable, they are, in fact, fake.


Normally, seals like this will link to a page that allows you to verify them. When you click on these seals a window opens up showing certificates that suggest the pharmacy is accredited. This isn’t genuine and is a clear indication that the pharmacy is a scam.


No reputable drugstore is going to do something like this. LegitScript confirms these concerns.

Pills Sold

The pharmacy is largely selling generic drugs, and the product range includes:men's pills


  Pain relief


  Men’s health

The pharmacy doesn’t give any information about where they are dispensing medicines from, and they also don’t mention who the manufacturer of the generic meds is. This increases the chances that the pills being sold by the store are not very good quality.

Low-quality medicines might not contain the correct ingredients that you need to treat your medical condition. If that is the case, this cheap medical order could end up costing you a lot more.

The pills that you would receive from this pharmacy might look like the real thing, but you have no way of knowing what they really contain unless you have them tested. For this reason, you need to be very careful where you order your medicines from.

Payment Methods

The website has some security to protect its customers. And you can choose to pay through the following:




  Major credit cards


Airmail costs $9.95 with a delivery time of between 2 and 4 weeks. They also offer express courier delivery that costs $29.95, though the delivery time can still take between 1 and 3 weeks.

Free airmail is available when you spend over $150, free courier delivery is offered when you spend more than $300. They will provide free insurance on any order over $200.

The pharmacy offers free men’s health drugs with your order, but they will also try to charge you for delivery insurance at $4.95. This guarantees reshipment should your order go missing, but this is something that should be included in the price already. Reviews

The drugstore has some reviews on its homepage. However, we don’t believe that these are real customer comments. Along with all the other fake things we have found on this website, it is very likely that these comments are fake too.


The feedback doesn’t talk about how well the pharmacy performs, instead, reviewing the meds. This isn’t what you would normally expect from genuine customer comments, and so they are unlikely to be real.


As we have shown, there many problems with this pharmacy and many reasons to believe they are operating a scam. They have fake accreditation, a fake address, and fake feedback. The pills they are selling could also be fake.

This pharmacy has done nothing to suggest that they are reliable, and 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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