RxCanada4Less.com is an online drugstore which claims to be the most trusted Canadian pharmacy. They say that they are fully licensed by the Canadian Government and are operated by qualified health professionals. We take a look at this pharmacy to find out if you should consider it for your medical needs.
|Date of Registry||2002-04-19|
|Drugstore Name||Marks Marine Pharmacy|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✔|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
The domain name for this pharmacy was registered in 2002. This is a long time for an online pharmacy to have been in business and would suggest that they are more likely to be a legit store.
The domain database also provides some information about the ownership of the store. The domain was registered by a business based in British Columbia, Canada by the name of “0692487 B.C. Ltd”.
While this is a strange name for a business it does show that the store is operated by a Canadian corporation.
The site does provide an address for the dispensing Canadian pharmacy. The name of this pharmacy is “Marks Marine Pharmacy” located in Vancouver, Canada. Checking this address proves that this is a real pharmacy business at the location given.
They even go as far as to name the owner of the store and the manager giving short biographies of both. Photos include the staff and opening hours. This goes further to show that this is a legit pharmacy business which appears to offer good customer support.
Regulation is important to make sure customers of pharmacies are kept safe when ordering medication. This store says that it is licensed by the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia and when we check that this claim is valid we find that it is true.
It is common to find that Canadian pharmacies use memberships to associations like CIPA to keep standards high. This drugstore isn’t a member of that association, however.
When checking with LegitScript we find that, despite this correct licensing, give the pharmacy the classification of unapproved. This means the store doesn’t meet the standards which LegitScript uses to make sure things are safe for customers.
This store offers the normal range of products you would expect in a pharmacy. Their prices seem quite competitive though not the lowest online.
While this is a Canadian pharmacy, not all the pills actually come from Canada. Instead, many pills will be dispensed from other countries including India and Turkey. They do let you know which countries your pills will be coming from before you order so that you can make your choice based on that if you wish.
They don’t provide any information about the pharmacies in other countries, however, so we don’t know if they are licensed or not. This could potentially lead to problems with the quality of the pills dispensed from those locations. Increases the chance of fake and counterfeit drugs being sold inadvertently through this pharmacy business.
This store does require a valid prescription before they will dispatch meds to you. This is what you would expect from a reputable pharmacy and shows some care is taken when dispensing medicine.
The store’s pages are secure to make sure your financial information isn’t compromised. They accept the following payment methods:
- American Express
- Money orders
For international customers, expedited shipping is charged at $15 with arrival expected in 3 weeks. Within Canada, regular post costs $14.75, expedited costs $19.95 and express costs $24.95. It is expected to take
Some feedback for this pharmacy can be found on Yelp. Of the RxCanada4Less.com reviews on that page, most are very positive. They have an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 on the review site from 30 customers comments.
The testimonials seem to be from genuine customers and in particular people seem to be very happy with the customer support offered along with the speed of delivery.
This drugstore is a genuine Canadian business which seems to be working hard to help customers. They have some correct regulation of their pharmacy and good customer feedback.
There are some concerns about their use of international pharmacies, however, with a lack of any regulatory oversight or information about these dispensing facilities.