Your-Handy-Pharmacy.com guarantees delivery, the best prices on the web, and claims to have supplied over a million customers. They seem like very strong claims, but are they really true? Our look at what this pharmacy has to offer, shows us that very clearly these claims are completely false.
|Date of Registry||2020-10-02|
|Drugstore Name||Online Pharmacy|
|E-Check or Personal Check||✖|
|American Express, Western Union||✔|
Domain Name Information
The domain name database holds records for all of the websites online, it shows us that this pharmacy address was registered very recently. In our experience most new pharmacies like this, are more likely to be a scam.
There is an address in the database in the registrant contact section, though it isn’t for the owner of this site. The information is for a domain name privacy service that the owner of this website is using to protect their identity. While this can be used by reputable businesses, we find it very frequently with rogue pharmacies.
The business name Canadian Pharmacy Ltd. is used on the site. However, we have seen this business name many times before and it isn’t genuine. It is a fake business name intended to make it seem like a reputable company.
The pharmacy doesn’t provide a contact address for the business. This means that we don’t even know which country the pharmacy is operating from. The name might suggest that they are Canadian, but we doubt this is really the case.
This pharmacy also claims to have been in business for 3 years. As we’ve already shown, they haven’t even been in business for 3 weeks.
The pharmacy displays some regulatory seals on their site. These are shown at the very bottom of the page and may make people believe that this is a reputable pharmacy. However, you would be mistaken if you thought this was genuine accreditation.
For example, the fourth seal they have, which says “MIPA” and is the name of a Canadian regulatory association, definitely isn’t genuine.
That logo is, in fact, from a German paint manufacturer, and it even says “Professional Coating Systems” in tiny writing on the logo.
If a pharmacy is using fake accreditation it is almost certain that they are a scam.
The best-selling pills on this pharmacy site are of the men’s health type. Their prices are very low and they sell mostly generic drugs.
The product pages for the pills do provide some information about the drugs and how you should take them. Though there are some things that they should say and are not. They aren’t telling us who has manufactured the pills or exactly where they are dispensed from, though they say the drugs are sent from India.
This lack of transparency greatly increases the chance that the pills being sold by this pharmacy are of a low-quality. If you were to buy meds from this pharmacy, you would have no way of knowing if they have the correct ingredients.
The only way you would be able to know for sure would be to have them tested by a lab. But doing this would wipe out any savings you had made on the pills in the first place.
You will pay for your meds on a different site, but it does have some security. You can pay through the following methods:
- American Express
You have a choice between airmail for $12.95, and a courier service with tracking that costs $29.95. Airmail is claimed to take 2 or 3 weeks, while courier takes between 5 and 9 days and includes a tracking number.
You will be able to find some customer feedback on their Your-Handy-Pharmacy.com reviews page. Since we have shown that they haven’t been in business for very long, it is surprising to find that they have any customer feedback. In fact, they have comments from 11 customers.
If this information seems unbelievable for a pharmacy that’s only been in business for weeks, you wouldn’t be wrong. There is no way that this can be genuine customer feedback and must be fake.
This online pharmacy is lacking in many ways. They don’t have any regulatory accreditation, and in fact, they are using clearly fake seals on their site. They also have fake customer feedback and are working hard to make sure you don’t know who they are.