Family-Pharmacy.net appears to be a Canadian online pharmacy. They offer free shipping and special discounts. We look at this pharmacy to find out if they are really a good source of medication and find rather too many problems than we would like to see.
|About Domain Name
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
|not in the base
|Free Shipping Option
Domain Name Information
The domain name records for the website address of this online drugstore lets us know that it was only registered very recently. Drugstores which haven’t been online for very long and don’t have a successful track record are naturally going to be more of a risk to customers.
We can see from the record that a Pakistani domain registrar was used to purchase this site’s name. This would suggest that it is most likely that the owner is in Pakistan.
Who is Operating this Canadian Drugstore?
The logo of the site tells us that this is a Canadian drugstore, this despite the domain being registered in Pakistan. There isn’t a business address on the site, but a business name is found in the footer of the store.
The business name is given as ‘CanadianDrugStore Ltd.’ and when we check with the Canadian Government, however, nothing is found.
Perhaps they are just registered somewhere else, though it would be incredibly strange for a so-called Canadian drugstore to not actually be registered in Canada. The truth is that this is a fake business name that we have seen a number of times before.
The only indication that this pharmacy is operating to any rules is a line at the very bottom of the page which says “International license number 08054837”. We don’t know who has issued this international license and we have never seen any such genuine approval.
Different countries and jurisdictions have different rules and laws to allow businesses to sell meds online. Given this, is it really likely that there could be an international license to sell drugs online? Once again, the truth is that this is a fake license claim.
There is another problem with the text at the bottom of the page. They give the copyright dates as 2008-2019 and as we have previously shown, this store has only been online for less than a month. Another lie.
You may have realized that the domain name is completely different from the logo on the site. It doesn’t mention Canada at all and there is a reason for this.
There are many other pharmacy sites which look identical to this store. They use different domain names, with some of them actually using the word Canadian in them. These are just a few that we have found:
- canadian-drugs.norx-medicine.com (Read here)
Medication Sold by this Store
This store sells generic pills and they seem to offer a decent range of products. They say that the drugs are manufactured in India and dispatched straight from these manufacturers. They don’t give any further information about the businesses involved in this dispatch though.
Payment and Shipping
When you attempt to place your order on this store you find that you are transferred to a different website. On this site, you are expected to complete your purchase and the site is secured with an SSL certificate. They add an extra charge of $4.95 at this stage for insurance but you are able to opt out. Payment is accepted with either Visa or Mastercard.
This store provides free standard airmail delivery that 2 to 3 business weeks to arrive. If you want faster than that they offer express delivery at a cost of $19.95 and this will take up to 9 business days.
It normally wouldn’t be a bad idea to check what previous customers have to say about a pharmacy before you commit to making a purchase. That way if you find lots of complaints you know to look elsewhere. When we look at the Family-Pharmacy.net reviews found on this site, it may not be a surprise to learn that they aren’t genuine.
These same customer testimonials are also repeated on the other mirror stores and are completely fake. It would be a surprise to find any testimonies for a store which is as new as this one anyway.
This store is one of many duplicated mirror pharmacies which are currently online trying to scam people into buying low-quality or even fake meds if anything is actually received that is. They are hiding who they really are and lying about being licensed to operate.
We give them 1 star from a maximum of five.
POSSIBLE ALTERNATIVESThere are also quite many online pharmacies on the net that have proved themselves to be excellent ones. We keep an eye on them as well. They get into our reviews from time to time, and you can see them on the pages of our site.
We have placed the best online pharmacies into a separate list on the Pharmacy Ratings page. Ratings of online pharmacies that have successfully passed verification and check by our team: Link>>>