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website interface appears to have the approval several regulatory bodies, but is this Canadian pharmacy really as trustworthy as it initially seems?

About Domain Name
Registration Date2002-03-06
Owner Countryhidden
Contact Informationhidden
Business Information
NameMaple Leaf Meds
Phone Numbershidden
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
LegitScriptstatus: unapproved
Customer Support
Courier Mailno
Track Numberyes
Free Shipping Optionno

Their Offer

They claim to save you up to 70% on your prescription medications because the prices of drugs are regulated by the Canadian Government. The pharmacy offers brand name drugs as well as the cheaper generic varieties. They provide a toll-free number for you to make orders, although shipping can take between 2 and 4 weeks.


Approval From Regulatory Authorities

Mapleleafmeds proudly displays seals and logos from the regulatory bodies PharmacyChecker, CIPA and IPABC. These are genuine as they hold a current membership to all of these organizations. Membership in these associations should mean that they dispense drugs to normal pharmacy standards and keep your personal data secure. Also, they do say they require you to provide a valid prescription to order drugs from them.

However, when you run a check with LegitScript it comes back as an unapproved Internet pharmacy. It is a cause for concern.


Even though their approval from regulatory bodies requires them to dispense from a real-world Canadian pharmacy, they also ship from multiple fulfillment centers around the world. They claim that these centers have the approval of local authorities, but it does leave you wondering just how stringent the rules are in India, Mauritius and Turkey.

The use of these worldwide fulfillment centers explains why they quote shipping times of up to 4 weeks on your orders. This is something that you need to bear in mind if you’re thinking of placing an order, so you don’t run out of medicine.


Who is Behind

In order for this online pharmacy to get the regulatory approvals that they have, they need to dispense drugs from a genuine real-world pharmacy. The name of the pharmacy is displayed on the bottom of each page of the site. This does seem to be a real legit pharmacy in Canada.

However, this pharmacy dispenses drugs for other pill selling sites as well as this one, and they may not be the proprietors of The address details at the bottom of the page aren’t displayed as normal text on the site, but instead, it is an image. This may be to stop people finding out which other sites this address is used on.

The people behind this website chose to hide their name and address from being published on the Internet. This isn’t something a truly reputable company would need to do.


Domain Name Details

As previously mentioned they are using a domain privacy service to hide their real identity. However, the domain name is over 16 years old which is really good and would suggest a more trustworthy site.


There has been malware detected on this website at some point, which would either suggest insecure systems or that the people behind the site are trying anything to scam visitors. Either way, it’s not somewhere we would be too keen to trust with our credit card details. Reviews

On the testimonial page of this site, there is a handful of what appear to be genuine reviews. We have checked to see if they are copied and they don’t seem to have been taken from anywhere else.

There are a few problems though. Many of the testimonials are just a few words, presumably taken from a larger customer message. This selective use of customer testimonials could potentially mean that they have been taken out of context from what was actually said about the pharmacy.

testimonials on the site

The other problem is that many of these reviews seem to be talking about features on the site rather than a successful drug purchase. For example, the testimonial from Micheal J. saying “Adds credibility…”. This isn’t a review from a customer and could be the result of the website trying to get people’s testimonials by means of some sort of inducement. Perhaps a discount code was offered to get people to say some complimentary things about the store.


Conclusion has memberships to regulatory associations which hold them accountable on some level to good pharmacy business practice. They do dispense some of their drugs from a Canadian pharmacy, although they affiliate with other dispensaries around the world which is a potential concern.

They are hiding behind domain privacy settings and some of their customer testimonials seem to have been incentivized, therefore we can only rate them 3-stars out of 5. If you are looking for a Canadian online pharmacy there are more trustworthy options.




There 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.

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