Reviews – Fake Regulatory Seals

main page is a drugstore that claims to have over a million very happy customers. But when we check, it’s clear that this cannot be true as they’ve only been online for a matter of a few months. This is the first of many problems with this pharmacy that should put you off you using them for your medical needs.

About Domain Name
Registration Date2021-09-11
Owner CountryCzech Republic
Contact Informationyes
Business Information
NameCanadian Pharmacy
Phone Numbersyes
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
LegitScriptstatus: rogue
Customer Support
Courier Mailyes
Track Numberyes
Free Shipping Optionno

Domain Name Information

A check of the domain name records shows that this pharmacy is only quite a recent business. The domain name has only been registered since September last year. This means they haven’t been in business for very long and are more likely to be a scam.

registered in 2021

Domain privacy is preventing us from finding out who has registered this domain name. Though this can look suspicious, it isn’t necessarily so, and domain privacy is often offered as standard when registering a website address.


Business Contact Details

On the website, the store uses the name Canadian Pharmacy Ltd. They don’t give an address telling us where they are based, however.


While it is clear that the pharmacy wants you to believe that this business is based in Canada, this is unlikely to be true. We don’t know which country this pharmacy operates from or where they dispense their meds. These problems increase the probability that this store is a scam.


Regulatory Approval

The pharmacy does have some logos on their site that look like regulatory seals. That is what they want you to believe, but in actual fact, they appear to have zero regulatory approval.

The logos that look like seals from Canadian regulatory associations, might have a similar name, but they aren’t genuine accreditation. A check with CIPA shows that they aren’t accredited with the organization and that the seal they are using is completely different.


Any pharmacy that is using fake accreditation must surely be a scam. They do this in order to try and trick customers into believing they’re a reputable business that provides reliable medication.


Treatments Offered

The pharmacy offers customers access to a range of fairly cheap generic drug treatments. When we check the product pages, we can see that they offer some general information about the medications on sale but are avoiding mentioning certain things.

popular drugs

The pharmacy doesn’t tell us who has manufactured the generic drugs on sale on their site or where they are dispensed from. Both of these things are problems that could mean that low-quality medications or even counterfeit drugs are being sold.

Low-quality or counterfeit medications could contain incorrect ingredients, for example. Perhaps they might contain the wrong amounts of ingredients, and even if they look like the pills you’re used to the consequences of putting your trust in those medications could be very serious.

While you might imagine that the medication sold on this supposedly Canadian pharmacy are from Canada, you might be surprised to find they come from a completely different country. Instead of Canada, the medications sold by this pharmacy will probably be dispatched in India, Pakistan, or maybe even China.

Treatments available include:

  • Healthy bones
  • Allergy treatments
  • Diabetes
  • Men’s health


Prescription Requirements

The pharmacy says that the pills they sell might require a prescription if that is the norm for where you live. The reality of this probably means that they will accept any order they get without checking for a valid prescription.

This is a common problem with scam pharmacies and means that patients could end up with completely inappropriate treatments, possibly causing them a lot of harm. Reviews

A number of reviews can be read on their testimonials page. While these might appear to indicate the pharmacy is trustworthy, that would be a mistaken belief.


These are fake customer comments that have shown up on other scam pharmacy websites. The pharmacy is using them to try and convince potential customers that this is a good place to purchase your medications from, though the reality is probably completely different.



It is very obvious to us this pharmacy is a scam and that putting your trust in them to provide you with your medical treatment would be a mistake. We suggest you look elsewhere for your medical needs and give the store 1 star.

The pharmacy is pretending to have regulatory approval when they don’t have any, they are claiming to be a Canadian pharmacy when are they have nothing to do with the country, and we don’t know who is operating this store. All of these problems create a risk for customers.




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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