Top-Canadian-Healthcare.com is an internet pharmacy which name and logo suggest that they are based in Canada. However, all the available evidence rejects that claim. They don’t have any offices in Canada and none of their medical products are sourced from the country. If the drugstore has a connection to any country, it would be the United States.
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This domain was created on the 28th of April in 2017. What does that mean? They are roughly two years old. What does this tell you? They probably can’t be trusted. The younger an internet pharmacy, the less trust they deserve. Now, the fact that this site is so young doesn’t automatically prove that they are a scam. Every trustworthy pharmacy you have ever seen on the internet was once new. It isn’t this company’s fault that their domain is so young. That being said, their short lifespan should encourage you to apply caution. Be careful. Approach this website with the knowledge that they could be fraudulent.
Some of the sites that share this pharmacy’s server include:
You have good reasons to be suspicious of the websites listed above. They do not have the best track record. And the fact that they share a server with this so-called Canadian firm is bad for them because it hurts their reputation.
Then again, their reputation wasn’t that great, to begin with. After all, ScamAdviser gave them a trust rating of 57 percent which is mediocre. ScamAdviser arrived at that figure after realizing that this website had five countries involved in its setup, it has no SSL Certificate, its speed performance is low and it is using a registrar that scammers frequent. All those factors and more should give you pause.
On the surface, this website doesn’t look so bad. The design is almost professional. The layout is clean and appealing and navigation is quite easy. Your alarm bells will only go off when you take a closer look at its content. All the words, sentences, paragraphs and headings were lifted directly from various other suspicious medical websites.
So clearly, this isn’t the independent mail-order drugstore it is claiming to be. Rather, it is merely one cog in a network of potentially fraudulent internet pharmacies that all feature a Czech Republic Business Address (Sokolovska 131/86).
The website identifies Europharm Group Inc. as its parent company. EuroPharm owns so many unreliable online drugstores. So that should tell you what to expect from this site. They claim to employ a licensed physician who is responsible for approving all orders but that is just lip service at the moment. There is no way of proving that the physician exists and that he or she is truly licensed.
As with all other sites owned by Europharm, this one has been classified as a Rogue Internet Pharmacy by Legit Script. They claim to have Canadian roots but CIPA has never even heard of them.
You can find most of the medicine you need here, including drugs for:
■ Blood Pressure
■ Heart Disease
■ Cholesterol etc.
But this firm’s interests lie primarily in sexual enhancers. They will happily sell you pills even if you don’t have a prescription. But they do not deal with controlled substances like Valium.
Pricing, Payments, and Deliveries
The firm is supposed to sell both generic and branded drugs. But most of the offerings in their catalog are generic, and generic pills can be sourced cheaply. That explains why the price tags you find here are so low. If you want to make payments, your only options are E-Checks, Visa and AmEx. Shipping is done by either EMS or Registered Airmail. Your medicine is packaged in discreet envelops without labels and it should reach you within three weeks. But delays could occur as a result of holidays or complications at the border. So you should give it a month before emailing customer support staff.
This is the biggest reason to presume that this company is a fraud. The reviews they display on their site are fake, stolen from the webpages of other portals.
You have no choice but to award this pharmacy a trust rating of 15%. They do not deserve anything better, not when they have fake reviews, no accreditation, and a dubious parent company.