Immunepharma.com is a pharmacy that’s trying to make you believe they are Canadian. We don’t believe that claim is correct, and they are lying in many other ways as well. Don’t place an order with his pharmacy before checking our findings.
|Pharmacy Name||My Canadian Pharmacy|
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Domain Name Information
Checking the domain name database shows that this pharmacy’s been online for quite a long time. The domain name has been registered since 2009, and this could indicate that they are going to be more reliable.
Not quite such a good sign is the fact that there isn’t any information about who owns this pharmacy in the database. We can see, however, that a registrar based in Pakistan has been used, possibly indicating the location of the owner.
Business Contact Details
The drugstore is calling itself “My Canadian Pharmacy” but they only give an address in the United States. The address is in New York in an impressive looking building, but is this really their office address?
Given everything else we have seen so far, this seems unlikely. It is possible that this is a mailbox address, but we don’t believe they have offices there.
The store gives some information about the main people operating the pharmacy. While this might seem reassuring, a quick check on these details shows serious problems.
Checking the details for the man they claim to be the CEO, shows that this is a real person who does work in this industry. However, his Linkedin page doesn’t show him as working at this online drugstore, and it appears that his details have been copied and fraudulently used on this pharmacy website.
This pharmacy doesn’t display any sign that they are regulated. There are no seals displayed on the page, and they don’t make any mention of regulation.
They do talk about other things not really related, like “the business case for monoclonal antibodies,” something that appears to have been copied from another website. Pages like this seem to have been added to make the website appear more legitimate.
Checking with LegitScript shows this pharmacy is actually a rogue. This shows that they have not applied to the correct regulatory bodies to ensure they are working to higher standards.
The pharmacy does seem to display a good deal of information about the pills being sold, but despite this, there are some gaps in the information. They want the customers of this pharmacy to think the pills are being dispatched from Canada, but we don’t think that’s the case.
They don’t give any information about where the pills are dispensed from, and it is more likely that they are coming from India. Despite many of the pills being generic, and probably from India, prices aren’t that low.
The pharmacy offers a range of medicines, including:
■ Men’s health
■ Motion sickness
Since we are not certain where these pills are coming from, there are more risks for anyone relying on them. It might well be the case that the medicine does not contain the correct amount of active ingredients expected. If that is the case, the patient can expect serious problems from these low-quality pills.
Payment and Shipping
The checkout process is completed on another website that has basic security, and lets you choose between the following options:
■ American Express
You’re given two shipping options at the checkout. Choose between airmail for $10 and a trackable delivery service for $30. You won’t have to pay these delivery costs if your order value is over $200 for airmail and $300 for courier.
The pharmacy does have a testimonials page that might make you think they are not a scam. However, these ImmunePharma.com reviews are not genuine, and we have seen them many times before on other unreliable drugstores.
Testimonials reassure potential customers that they are dealing with a trustworthy pharmacy. Here, however, they are just used to trick anyone thinking of buying from the pharmacy.
While this pharmacy wants you to believe they are Canadian, we do not believe this to be true. We do not know who is operating this pharmacy or where the medicine is dispensed from. In fact, we can’t even be certain which country the pills come from.
There is also no regulation and no guarantee that the pills even contain the correct ingredients. What we do know is that this pharmacy is lying, and we give them 25% of trust.