Reviews – Logo Deception

common view is a pharmacy that promises quality, privacy, and security. We see lots of claims like this from scam online drugstores, but is this one genuine? We take a look to try and find out.

Domain Details
Date of Registry2019-05-23
Main Details
Drugstore NameCanadian Pharmacy
Regulatory Approvals
LegitScriptNot in the database
Contact Info
Free Number+1-888-243-7406
Contact Form
Shipping Methods
Standard Mail
Express Delivery
Free Shipping
Payment Options
E-Check or Personal Check
American Express, Western Union

Domain Name Information

Information in the domain name records shows that this pharmacy hasn’t been online for very long really. It shows that they have been registered since 2019, and this is less time online than many reputable pharmacies.

registered in 2019

There are some address details in the domain records, but this is for a privacy service. This means that we don’t know who the owner of the pharmacy is because they have chosen to hide it. Though this might look suspicious, a service like this is often used by reputable firms as well.

Business Profile

They use the name Canadian Pharmacy, but we don’t know where they are located. While it might seem obvious that they should be in Canada with a name like that, the truth is that this probably isn’t where they are.

The Canadian Pharmacy name is often used by scam pharmacies to make them look more attractive to customers in the USA. This business name is also associated with many other online drugstores. But we do not believe that this is a real business and have never been able to find any indication that this is registered with official government authorities.

The lack of transparency about where this pharmacy is based surely suggests that they are more likely to be a scam.

Regulatory Approval

The pharmacy has some professional-looking regulatory seals on the very bottom of this site. However, these are fake.


While the FDA, CIPA, and MIPA, are all real organizations, there is something wrong with these seals. The FDA does not approve of pharmacies using their logo for a start.

fake seal

CIPA and MIPA are both Canadian regulatory associations but the seals used here look nothing like their genuine regulatory seals. In fact, the MIPA logo used on this site is actually for a German paint coating manufacturer.

This shows that the pharmacy doesn’t have any real regulatory approval. And the fact that they are trying to mislead people by pretending that they do, shows that they are a scam.

Medications Sold

The pharmacy’s main interest seems to be selling men’s health drugs. Prices are fairly cheap and they also offer some other varieties of treatment, including:

  • Antidepressants
  • Allergy meds
  • General health
  • Pain relief

Looking at the product pages, they do offer some information, though not very much about the medications for sale. One of the details missing on the product pages is the lack of information about who has manufactured the generic drugs.


We also do not know where the pills are dispatched from. This might well mean that the medicines are coming from unreputable sources where people who are not correctly trained dispense the drugs.

If this is the case, it really puts customers at risk. It could lead to people who order from this store getting the incorrect medications for their needs, but even if they do get the right meds, there could still be a big problem.

The pills might not contain the correct ingredients, which could have serious ramifications on the patient’s health.

Payment Methods

Payment for this pharmacy occurs on a different website that does have standard security. On that page, they let you pay with:

  • American Express
  • Visa
  • Discover
  • MasterCard


The pharmacy offers a standard shipping service which will cost you $12.95 and gets your medication to you in about 3 weeks. Their courier service costs $29.95 and takes about 9 business days. Reviews

The pharmacy offers a few testimonials to try and convince people that they are reliable. The reviews found on that page, however, aren’t genuine.


These comments can be found on other pharmacy sites, and you shouldn’t be fooled by the promise of good service that they offer.


We haven’t found much to suggest that this pharmacy would be worthy of your trust. They’re trying to make people think they have regulatory approval, but it’s a lie. We also don’t know who is operating this pharmacy or where they are located.

There are a lot of pharmacies online, and there isn’t any reason to choose this one.

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