MyLegacyPharmacy.com appears to be a drugstore selling cheap Canadian pills. But is this pharmacy a good one that you can rely on with your medical order? We find many reasons to suspect that this isn’t a great place to purchase meds from.
|Date of Registry||2013-10-19|
|Drugstore Name||My Canadian Pharmacy|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
Looking to the domain name database shows that this pharmacy could have been online for a very long time. It was registered in 2013, and this could suggest that the pharmacy is less likely to be a scam than more recent drugstores.
The domain information also tells us that the owner of this pharmacy is located in Russia. This is surprising given the pharmacy uses a Canadian flag and name in its logo. This suggests that there is a very good chance that this pharmacy is a scam.
The pharmacy does give an address in Orlando, Florida, USA. We do find Legacy Pharmacy located at that address, however, there’s a problem.
Why would the domain name of this pharmacy, if they are located in Orlando, be registered by someone in Russia? And why would a pharmacy in Florida use a Canadian flag in their logo and call themselves My Canadian Pharmacy?
The truth is that this pharmacy likely is owned by the Russian mentioned in the domain name records and has nothing to do with the business in Florida.
Using fake business details to claim to be a Canadian and an American business, suggests that this pharmacy is a scam.
When we look for anything to show that this pharmacy is correctly regulated we find nothing. They aren’t displaying the regulatory seals from organizations that prove they had accreditation and don’t claim to be approved.
This isn’t completely surprising given they can’t decide which country they are based in and aren’t located in either of those countries anyway.
Checking with LegitScript shows that this pharmacy is a rogue business. Without the correct accreditation, they simply shouldn’t be selling the medicines they do in the countries they offer them to.
The pharmacy seems to be selling mostly generic medications. However, they don’t actually make it very easy to find the medicines that they sell, without displaying anything on the front page of the website.
When you eventually find the medicines they have for sale, it almost looks like you’re on a different website completely. The product pages of their pharmacy look like many other pharmacies we’ve seen before, but this isn’t a good thing.
The store does look like many of the cookie-cutter scam drugstores that we see online that sell the same products at similar prices but having the same problems.
When we check the product pages on the store, we find that some of the information that should be there isn’t. They don’t tell us where the generic pills are either manufactured or dispensed from, because they aren’t being dispensed from the fake addresses they give on the site.
The checkout link takes you to a different website that does have some security but also links to security certificates for a different website. This deception could mean that putting your credit card details on this payment page will open you up to fraud.
If you still want to continue your purchase, they allow you to pay with:
- Visa or MasterCard
- American Express
- Diners Club
Shipping is free when you spend more than $300 on medications, and there is currently only one method of delivery. Courier delivery includes tracking and will cost you $30.
The pharmacy does operate a testimonials page with many MyLegacyPharmacy.com reviews. While this might appear great, it isn’t.
These are fake customer testimonials that can be found on many other unreliable drugstores. These comments do not represent an accurate description of how this pharmacy operates and should not be trusted.
This pharmacy has a bit of an identity crisis. They claim to be both a Canadian and a US business but are unlikely to be located in either country. They have taken the identity of a reputable pharmacy, which is something that can only be considered fraud.
If this pharmacy is willing to lie about who they are, it is difficult to believe you could trust the pills they sell either. We suggest you don’t take the risk with this pharmacy.