Reviews – Deceiving Customers

common view this pharmacy claims to have been in business for 7 years and offers a 100% delivery guarantee. Our look at what this drugstore does leaves us doubting everything they claim, however.

Domain Details
Date of Registry2017-04-27
CountryUnited States
Main Details
Drugstore NameCanadian Drugstore
Regulatory Approvals
LegitScriptRogue status
Contact Info
Free Number+1-800-715-5341
Contact Form
Shipping Methods
Standard Mail
Express Delivery
Free Shipping
Payment Options
E-Check or Personal Check
American Express, Western Union

Domain Name Information

Details in domain name records show that this pharmacy has been online since April 2017. Five years in business is longer than many pharmacies we see, so it might not mean that they are actually a scam.

registered in 2017

There is some information in the records though it doesn’t tell us the organization that owns this store. We are only told that the person that owns the business is located in Indiana, USA.

Business Profile

Despite information showing that this pharmacy is owned by someone in Indiana, the store is claiming to be Canadian. It is often the case that pharmacies pretend to be located in Canada as this is seen by many Americans as a great place to purchase meds from.

There isn’t a business name on the site apart from “Canadian Drugstore” and they don’t give an address. This increases the likelihood that this Canadian drugstore is actually a scam drugstore.

Regulatory Approval

The store does contain some regulatory seals that appear to be from Canadian associations. However, you cannot click on these so they are very unlikely to be genuine. And when we check with CIPA, one of the claimed associations that have accredited this store, we find that they’re not a member.


Also running a check with LegitScript proves this pharmacy is not legitimate.

They are considered to have an approval status of a rogue drugstore which means they lack the necessary accreditation to be legal.

Drugs Available

The store says that they sell brand and generic drugs, and the prices of fairly low. They do say you get what you pay for, and we certainly have some concerns with the pills being sold by this drugstore.

Pills available include:

  • Anxiety
  • Muscle relaxants
  • Weight loss
  • Mental health

When we look on the product pages, we don’t find any information about who has manufactured the generic pills. This means that the manufacturer of the drugs could be any business and we are unable to check that this is being done reliably.

popular drugs

This could indicate that the pills are actually low-quality products that don’t follow the correct drug formula as they should. This increases the risks for customers of the store and makes them seem more likely to be a scam.

Payment and Shipping

Payment for your medications is concluded on a different website. This other site does have security which should encrypt your information when you fill out a form on the website. You can pay using:

free shipping
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • Bitcoin

Choose between two shipping options when you place an order with a drugstore. You could have your meds delivered to you by EMS which will cost you $24.95 and take between 3 and 8 days. This option also includes tracking.

The cheapest shipping option is airmail costing $14.95 with delivery in about 2 to 4 weeks. This option lacks tracking.

The pharmacy also charges you $3.75 for delivery insurance which means guaranteed reshipment. While you can opt out of this charge, it is really something that needs to be included anyway, as this is what you would normally expect to be done for free. Reviews

The store offers a testimonials page that contains a small number of reviews. The comments appear to show that the pharmacy is very reliable and has happy customers, but this is a deception.


These aren’t genuine comments from customers, and we’ve seen them before on other scam pharmacy websites. They are used here to try and trick people into thinking that this pharmacy is trustworthy. The reality of the situation is probably the opposite, however.


From the beginning when we looked at this drugstore, it was clear there were problems. For a start, they are claiming to be Canadian when their website address is registered to a person in the United States.

We also do not know where the pills are dispensed from or who has manufactured them in some cases, but we doubt they are coming from Canada or the United States.

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