CanadaRxConnection.com claims to be a Canadian pharmacy trusted by millions of people. They also claim they are in the business for over 15 years and their business is accredited by BBB. We decided to review the pharmacy to check whether they are indeed legit or is just another scam. Read below to know more about our findings and whether you should look to buy anything from this pharmacy.
|Date of Registration||2002-07-27|
|Owner Country||Canada, US|
|Name of Organisation||CanadaRxConnection|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The Whois data of their domain says it was registered 27th July 2002 and currently has an expiry date of 27th July 2020. Since the domain was created over 17 years ago, e can’t call it a scam straight away. They have existed in this underlying industry for a longer period and accumulated a good amount of expertise and experience. However, to fully convince we need to check other details also. The loading of the domain is also very fast mainly because it only shares its server with 2 other websites. It also has a high trust rating of 76% on ScamAdviser.
The Scam Adviser data says the owner of this business is Earl Shibou and they are located in Winnipeg in Canada. The address and postcode provided by them are legit, However, the data also says that there are two other countries – the United States and Ukraine also involved in its set up, so customers need to stay alert. All their contact details are fully functional and we got a prompt reply from their staff regarding our queries.
This is where problems and suspicions start to kick in. The pharmacy is not regulated by any concerned authorities worldwide. Being a Canadian pharmacy, we at least hoped they will be regulated by CIPA, but CIPA did not approve or certify the pharmacy to make their business genuine. Furthermore, the pharmacy is unapproved by LegitScript, probably because they failed to meet their safety standards with their products.
The pharmacy sells a wide variety of prescribed medicines across various genres. All their products are procured and shipped via affiliates fully approved by the govt. they don’t sell any narcotics drugs. Some of their products include:
❋ Allergies, Acid Reflux, Alzheimer’s Disease, Arthritis
❋ High Blood Pressure
All their products are priced according to their actual market price and readily available at the market. They don’t source or dispense their products from developing countries like most rogue pharmacies. You will also require a valid prescription to buy their products as they don’t sell their products without a valid prescription. There is also no return policy due to the nature of these products.
The pharmacy only accepts payments via credit cards issued by Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, and Discover cards. Apart from that, they also accept postal money orders drawn in US dollars. These postal orders are readily available for purchase at any US Postal Office. They don’t accept any other payment methods as of now.
Apart from Canada, the pharmacy also sells its products in the United States. They use the following shipping options to deliver their products:
There is a flat $15 shipping charge you have to incur for each order you make regardless of the number of medicines purchased. The pharmacy claimed it will take 3 to 4 weeks to ship your product depending on your location and other external situations and there are no hidden charges.
The best way to judge any pharmacy’s product quality is by reading their testimonial page where their previous customers would share their experiences about the quality of their products and services. Unfortunately, the pharmacy doesn’t have its own customer testimonial page, so it is hard to judge the performance of their products and services from the customer’s point of view. The same is the situation with other trusted review sites like TrustPilot and others. However, we found several CanadaRxConnection.com reviews on ResellerRatings.
While investigating the pharmacy we found mixed pieces of evidence about the legitimacy of this pharmacy. On one hand, the domain is old enough to be classified as a genuine, transparent owner, BBB accreditation all are indicators of a legitimate business. But the lack of regulatory approval, no customer feedback doesn’t put the pharmacy in a good light. Our advice will be if you want to buy anything from this pharmacy then proceed with caution.