Reviews – Blatant Lies

common view is a drugstore which claims to provide top-quality service to customers. They are giving the impression that they are a Canadian pharmacy but our look into their operation shows this to be a blatant lie.

About Domain Name
Registration Date2019-12-24
Owner CountryRussia
Contact Informationyes
Business Information
NameCanadian Pharmacy
Phone Numbersyes
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
LegitScriptstatus: rogue
Customer Support
Courier Mailyes
Track Numberyes
Free Shipping Optionyes

Domain Name Information

The domain name record shows that this pharmacy was created very recently. Such a new domain name like this one is more likely to be a scam operation in our experience.

registered in 2019

When looking through the domain records we are also given information about the owner of the store. They are an individual located in the Bashkortostan region of Russia. This revelation is a bit of a surprise given that the name of the store is Reliable Canada.


Business Contact Details

Looking around the pharmacy site, we don’t find the Russian address previous found in the domain name records. Instead, the store continues to give the impression that this is a Canadian business. They don’t give a Canadian address so we are left to assume that the owner is located in Russia as per the domain records.


Regulatory Approvals

This pharmacy has four regulatory seals and logos at the very bottom of their home page. There is a logo from the FDA and seals from CPA, CIPA and MIPA. While this might sound great, there are many many problems with these seals.

may be fake

Putting the FDA logo on your pharmacy means nothing. The Federal Drug Administration doesn’t allow pharmacies to post their logo on their store to show that they are reliable. So finding this logo isn’t proof that this pharmacy can be trusted.

As for the other seals, we don’t know what the CPA organization is, but the CIPA and MIPA are well-known Canadian regulatory associations. However, the seals on this page aren’t the ones issued by either of those Canadian associations. Instead, they appear to be logos which have been randomly found online and are completely different from the real seals.


In fact, the MIPA seal is actually a logo for a paint manufacturer in Germany, it even says “Professional Coating Systems” on the logo if you look carefully.


Medication Sold

Both generic and brand name drugs can be acquired from this pharmacy. The prices are fairly low and they don’t give any details of the dispensing drugstore.

generic versions

Low prices and no information about where the pills are dispatched from is some concern. This makes it very likely that the drugs you will get from this store aren’t the high-quality you would hope them to be. Instead, you will find yourself with pills which have come from an unknown location in unknown manufacturing conditions. That is assuming you get anything when placing an order with this pharmacy.

The store also doesn’t need a valid prescription. This is another factor which suggests that they are a scam which should be avoided.


Payment and Shipping

When it is time to pay for your pills you are redirected to another website. This site claims to be a secure checkout and does have the basic level of security you would find on most websites. They allow you to pay by:

  • Bank transfer
  • Bitcoin
  • Visa
  • Mastercard

On this new site, you find that they have added a charge for insurance which wasn’t mentioned on the main store site.

Free airmail delivery is offered on orders above $200. If you don’t qualify for that offer you can expect to pay $9.95 for airmail and $29.95 for courier with tracking. Airmail is said to take up to 21 business days and courier up to 9 days. Reviews

At the time of writing, this pharmacy has been online for less than a week. But despite this, they have a testimonial page with 11 positive reviews. There is no way that these can be genuine customer comments with such a short amount of time in business.

created by the owners

The use of fake testimonials is all too common with scam pharmacies and this is what this store appears to be.



This 1 star pharmacy likes to give the impression that it is a Canadian drugstore. Nothing could be further from the truth. The owner is in Russia and we have no clue where the pills are dispensed from but it seems unlikely to be Canada.

They are also using fake and wrong regulatory seals and have fake feedback. The risks of using this drugstore for your medical requirements could be very serious, so don’t take the chance.




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