SecuringPharma.com is a pharmacy that says they have been around since 2018, claiming to be a reliable Canadian drugstore. But is this really a reliable place to purchase your meds from? We review the claims that this drugstore is making, finding a lot of holes in their story.
|Date of Registry||2008-04-01|
|Drugstore Name||My Canadian Pharmacy|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
The domain name database reveals that this pharmacy has been online since 2008. This is quite a long time for a pharmacy to have been in business, so it makes them less likely to be a scam.
We don’t know who has registered the domain because a service that hides these details has been used by the real owner. Now, of course, this is frequently used by reputable businesses, but in this case, it doesn’t look very good.
This drugstore is using the name My Canadian Pharmacy in their logo and throughout the site. Despite this, there is no relation to the domain name they are using. This name suggests that the business is Canadian, though they don’t give a business address anywhere on the site.
Without a business address on the site, we have no way of knowing if they are really based in Canada or some other country. Perhaps the only reason to claim they are a Canadian pharmacy is to scam their customers.
On the about us page of the store, they have bios and photographs of the important people in the business. Running a reverse image search on these photographs, however, shows that this is a complete lie.
One of the photographs is of an author who had uploaded a larger version of the same photograph to her website. This makes it clear that the bios on the pharmacy site are a lie.
Why would they do this? It can only be because the pharmacy is a scam that wants to appear more reliable to their customers. This is not the sort of thing you would expect from a pharmacy that is following all the rules.
The pharmacy isn’t displaying any regulatory seals to show that they are following the rules a pharmacy should. They don’t have any seals from Canadian regulators or authorities anywhere else.
A check with LegitScript indicates that our belief that they are unregulated is true. They rate the pharmacy as a rogue, not meeting the correct standards to show that they are reliable.
The pharmacy is selling a reasonable range of medication treatments, with the biggest focus on the store apparently being men’s health drugs. Prices are fairly low, but the store isn’t telling us everything.
There is almost no information about where the generics have been manufactured or even where they are dispensed from. They do say that the generics come from India, however. This leads us to suspect that the source of the medication sold by this pharmacy isn’t very good.
This could mean that any customer of this store doesn’t get the medical benefits they are expecting when they make a purchase. If the pills do not contain the correct amount of active ingredients there could be serious health repercussions.
The final stage of the checkout process takes place on another website. Fortunately, this website does have some security at least. You can pay through the following options:
- Diners Club
- American Express
At the present time, there is only a single option for delivery. Shipping is only via a courier service that includes tracking. This costs $30 with free delivery when you spend more than $300.
This pharmacy has an impressive testimonials page. There are literally hundreds of SecuringPharma.com reviews that are very positive about the service provided by the pharmacy.
However, we’ve seen these customer testimonials before. They are actually present on many other scam pharmacy stores, and they are completely fake.
After looking at a lot of the information about this pharmacy, there is little doubt that they are a scam. Fake photographs in their staff bio information, they won’t give us a real contact address, and they don’t have any regulatory approval to operate.
These are just a few of the problems that show this pharmacy to be one you shouldn’t trust.