CanadaDrugMart.com is a website that states that it offers online pharmacy services. It brags of dealing with Canada made drugs and claims accreditation from Mopac (Mail Order Pharmacy Accreditation Commission). Here is a review of Canada Drug Mart.
|Date of Registration||2002-06-15|
|Name of Organisation||Canada Drug Mart|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The domain has been there for a long time giving it legitimacy. The domain was registered on 2002-June-15 and was updated on 2015-July-14. The domain lifespan gives a green light to do business with it as most shady sites have a short lifespan. The registry information is out to open giving the site another blue tick.
This pharmacy site doesn’t have a lot of mirror sites with less than 10 sites almost sharing the domain name. Lack of many mirror sites indicates that the site might have a high ranking. It has a good review from other site dealing with pharmaceuticals. Most of the alleged mirror sites are on sale.
The pharmacy alledges to be the first to be accredited by Mopac. A deeper look about the website and in reference to its registration some faults are discovered. The pharmacy claims registration under Manitoba pharmaceutical association. A look into the alleged pharmaceutical association there is little light. On the other hand on ScamAdviser nothing weary has been found, it has one in 38 incidence which is an indicator that it might be legit. On the site location, its accurate and it is on google map and can be easily found on the search engine.
Approvals from Regulatory Boards
Licensing while running a pharmacy is a major issue. Canada drug mart claims to be registered under the name Manitoba pharmaceutical association but the license number given is one under the name Jennifer Osiowy, Licence number 32386. There is an indicator that the pharmacy acts as an imposter. The website is unapproved on LegitScript as an online pharmacy service provider. This means that it currently doesn’t have the accredited standards of being a legit online pharmacy. The site could be operating in a rogue manner, selling unapproved drugs, operating fraudulently or engaging in conman activities. This is the main reason as to why it is unapproved. The site claims to sell drugs in Canada but it has no records on the CIPA database. With these red lights, the trust levels are way down as it has questionable character.
They offer a wide range of drugs which include the following:
❋ Diabetes drugs
❋ Sexual Enhancement Drugs
❋ Skin Care drugs among many others
The website claims to offer drugs without prescriptions, it also offers a variety of generic drugs. The website offers drugs at a cheap rate of up to 20% off the normal price. The shipping fee is also quite low. For any business to make a profit its good and services are at a reasonable price. The discounts offered also raises a brow. Are you really going to get quality medications at reasonable prices?
The pricing tag is something that will easily attract a lot of customers. Why this cheap prices? With the rise of cross border drugs getting into the country, this may act as a factor. However, it might be due to how online business operates in that there is a lower chance of getting unscrupulous tax from the greedy nation officials and also on renting office space.
Payments and Deliveries
The drugstore offers the following payment options:
❋ American Express
These are open to many interested customers. All the site indicates about shipping is that it offers free shipping if you refer a friend.
Reviews on the pharmacy show that this site has a 4 out 5 rating. Most of them are positive but a few are shady and seem as self-image creation. The reviews paint a good image which is a green light to some possible clients. However, looking at the site generally, it has a good image from how it delivers its services. They could be legit.
In our humble evaluation, we rate this online pharmacy a 55% trust level. It has few bottlenecks that can be worked on to help improve their status on the competitive markets. An approval from CIPA, for example, may change the odds since that is a big regulatory board.