Reviews – Fake Canadian

common view claims to be a Canadian pharmacy that offers you free pills and a good deal on meds. But can you really trust the things that this drugstore says? Our look at this pharmacy shows that they are willing to do anything to convince you that they are legitimate.

About Domain Name
Registration Date2014-12-17
Owner CountryChina
Contact Informationyes
Business Information
NameCanadian Pharmacy
Phone Numbersno
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
LegitScriptstatus: rogue
Customer Support
Courier Mailyes
Track Numberyes
Free Shipping Optionno

Domain Name Information

The details we can find in the domain name database show to us that this pharmacy has been around for a fairly long time. Their website address has been registered since 2014 and this could indicate that they are more reliable.

registered in 2014

Not quite as good to find and more commonly associated with a scam, is the fact that they are using domain name privacy. They are using a domain name registrar based in Hong Kong, and this could indicate that the pharmacy is based there.


Business Contact Details

fakeThis pharmacy claims to be Canadian and they do have an address in Montreal. They use the address 1822 Boulvar Dr., Montreal, RC B4U 5U2, Canada, but this doesn’t appear to be real. No such street can be found in Montreal.

We sometimes see the use of fake addresses on scam internet pharmacy sites, and this appears to be what we looking at here.


Regulatory Approval

fakeThe pharmacy does show some Canadian regulatory seals on their site. And while this might convince a shopper new to the site, we can see that the use of these seals is fraudulent.

When we click on the seals a small window pops up with an image of a certificate, this isn’t what is supposed to happen. What should happen is we are sent to the association site and the accreditation validated, that isn’t the case here.

For example, CIPA doesn’t use certificates like this, and the name isn’t even correct on the certificate. Would a legitimate pharmacy use fake accreditation like this? This makes it almost certain that this is a scam pharmacy.

A check with LegitScript confirms there is a problem with this pharmacy. They have reviewed the store to find that it doesn’t meet the correct accreditation to be selling medications in the United States.



Meds Sold

This pharmacy offers quite a few different types of medications to their customers but their big focus seems to be on men’s health drugs. They also sell:


  • Antibiotics
  • Antiviral
  • Pet meds
  • Stomach pills

Prices are fairly low but not the cheapest we’ve ever seen by far. Checking the product pages for the store doesn’t give us quite the level of information we are looking for. We are neither told where the pills are manufactured or where they are dispensed from.

This lack of information could mean that the pills they are selling aren’t of great quality. Low-quality drugs are a real problem that could do your health a lot of harm.

While the drugs could look correct, there’s no way of telling what’s inside them just by looking at them.


Payment and Shipping

The website transaction pages are secure and they allow you to pay using a few different options:

worldwide delivery

  • American Express
  • Mastercard
  • Paypal
  • Bitcoin
  • Echeck

There is a choice between regular air mail and express courier delivery. Airmail costs $9.95 and you can expect your parcel within about 3 to 6 weeks. Courier delivery will cost $34.95 but doesn’t speed up shipping too much. They say that this delivery option will take 2 to 4 weeks to arrive, which isn’t great. Reviews

They don’t have a testimonials page for the entire website with reviews. They do, however, have product testimonial pages that have a lot of feedback on them.


Checking these customer reviews, however, doesn’t convince us that they are real. They appear to be very generic in many ways, but then overly exact in others. For example, giving the person’s full name and age. These appear to be fake customer testimonials that we commonly find on scam pharmacy stores.



Among the many problems we have found with this internet pharmacy, our conclusion is clear, this is a scam and we give them 1 star.

They are using fake business details, fake customer testimonials, fake regulatory approval, and they are likely operated from China as well. Don’t waste your time with this pharmacy.




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