AffordableDrugs.com is an online pharmaceutical company that sells and delivers both prescription and nonprescription drugs to consumers all over the world. As its name suggests, this company’s selling point is the cheap price tags it attaches to its products. It takes pride in the fact that it is helping financially constrained individuals to meet their healthcare needs.
|Date of Registration||1999-07-28|
|Owner Country||US, Barbados|
|Name of Organisation||Canadian Pharmacy Online|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders over $100|
Of course, the domain’s long lifespan does not automatically prove that it isn’t a scam. However, it definitely helps the company’s case.
The website is owned by a company called Privacy Hero Inc. which has roots in the United States, though there is evidence online connecting the company to the nation of Barbados. But that is hardly a source of concern. Barbados isn’t exactly known for its fraudulent online activities. And one should also realize that the same servers from which the website is run also play host to a litany of other portals most of which ScamAdviser has assigned trust ratings of 70% and above.
Those are the sorts of associations that every website should have. It is curious that the online drugstore identifies as a Canadian Pharmacy and yet so much of its online activity can be traced back to San Francisco in the United States.
This pharmacy is just like any other online pharmaceutical company. They use an online platform to offer medicinal products to customers from all over the world. The company is able to offer such an extensive stock of drugs because they have entered into partnerships with other traditional pharmacies and drug suppliers whose merchandise they package and deliver to their clients under their own banner.
The company assures its clients that every partner they use to source drugs has been accredited by the relevant organizations in Canada. As such, consumers can rest easy knowing that all the drugs they order are of the highest quality.
The company identifies as a Canadian firm. And they normally prove their legitimacy by flaunting the fact that they are an active member of CIPA, the Canadian organization that verifies the authenticity of online pharmacies in the country. Interestingly enough, even though they are a member of CIPA, LegitScript calls this website an “unapproved Internet pharmacy” because they have failed to meet its strict standards.
This website sells both prescription and over the counter medicine. They also deal in both generic and branded products. While they provide drugs for a wide variety of ailments, they seem to specialize in the sourcing of products related to sexual health.
Pricing, Payments, and Deliveries
The drugstore has very cheap products. Their price tags are low because their products are acquired from Canada whose government has put restrictions on the amount of money that can be charged for medicine. Additionally, the website claims that they have struck lucrative deals with competent suppliers from whom they are able to acquire merchandise at a much lower cost. As such, they are able to pass these savings on to the consumer.
When it comes to payments, this website accepts credit cards, personal checks, automatic bank withdrawals, and International Money orders. Because they have clients from all over the world, the company also ships to international destinations. For the most part, orders that are over $100 are shipped for free. Orders below that figure attract a $10 shipping charge. International orders elicit a charge of $20 per order.
You won’t find testimonials for this company on TrustPilot or any other trustworthy online resource. One website (PharmaciesReview.com) has some customer feedback. But one of the reviews there claims that the pharmacy has an A+ rating from the BBB. But if you go to BBB.org, you will find that they have not been BBB accredited.
The website has been around for so long that you cannot help but conclude that it is definitely legit. Additionally, ScamAdviser has assigned it a trust rating of 53% which is good because it means that they don’t think the drugstore is a scam. The website would have benefited from a few more reliable consumer testimonials. But the absence of such reviews doesn’t really mean much.