There are many online shops nowadays as the people’s way of shopping has almost completely shifted to the web. Online pharmacies form part of these shops as Canadian-Pharmacy-24.com is one of such Internet pharmacies. This evolution of the internet is good for the people as things are even made easier. That’s not the news… This is an online pharmacy that retails mostly generic drugs to its clients globally. A description of their services, by themselves, portrays a very good picture of them, which is not actually the case. Read on to justify our inference.
|Date of Registration||2014-10-13|
|Owner Country||Germany, US, Lithuania|
|Name of Organisation||unknown|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders above 200$|
WhoIs indicates clearly that this pharmacy’s domain name was first registered in October 2014, and later updated I’m June 2018. That means they’ve been around for 4 years. 4 years, to be sincere isn’t long enough to help us judge whether this pharmacy can be trusted or not.
This business is registered under the business name “Net 4 India Limited”. The business name has also been used by other online pharmacies that have recently been established to be fraudulent. This means just one thing, the site also has high chances of not being a trustworthy pharmacy.
The location of any online shop matters. It helps you to deduce a lot about the business. If the location is known, trust is also built. Our search for where the pharmacy is located came with funny results. ScamAdviser clearly states that this website is located in Lithuania. They also give it a low trust rating of 0%! Their name suggests that they’re located in Canada. These are two different things as you can see. To make it worse, they’ve not even specified their location on their website. This is ostensibly dangerous to anyone that may be interested in being their customer.
As we just said it earlier, this online pharmacy sells mainly generic drugs. There’s a wide range of drugs sold. The desktop version of the page reveals this better. The drugs are categorized on that page and the number of categories themselves can help us guess that the drugs sold are many.
Quality drugs are approved by regulatory bodies. FDA & WHO are the most common licensors of quality drugs. Drugs offered by this pharmacy aren’t approved by either or both of these bodies. This means that the drugs aren’t safe and could even be poisonous.
One of the aims of this online pharmacy is selling quality drugs to their clients at a reduced price and save them from spending much, as would be the case with other pharmacies. This is true. The prices of the drugs sold here aren’t just reasonable.
They even say that you get to be given free pills as a bonus on top of any order. We all understand that this pharmacy is here operating a business, to actually make some profits. Their pricing doesn’t suggest so, but if they make profits, the drugs must have been obtained from an unauthorized dealer, who isn’t offering quality at all!
Again, we noticed that the pharmacy only accepts two methods of receiving payments: Visa card and MasterCard. Though the MasterCard option is a widely used and trusted payment processor, the options are only two and this limits other potential users from using their services. The good news is that the parent page is SSL secured and this is an assurance to the customer that their details are safe.
The drugstore has two delivery options: EMS and United States Postal Service. The deliveries are to be expected in between 7 to 21 days after placing the order. Free deliveries start from orders that cost $200 and above. The delivery terms are not clearly defined by the site.
Approvals from Regulatory Bodies
To begin with, just as we had shown earlier, ScamAdviser doesn’t trust this pharmacy at all. LegitScript classifies it as a rogue Internet pharmacy. CIPA hasn’t ever licensed the pharmacy as well. NAPB also do not recognize the pharmacy. With all the above, we do not need anyone else to tell us that the pharmacy is actually as rogue as LegitScript defines it.
This is the section that contains the true picture the quality of a website’s services. This is based on how people are talking about it. On their website, the pharmacy has a number of reviews. They’re all positive! Below the reviews, there’s a slot for you to also put your comments. However, upon writing your comment, it will never appear on the “Testimonials” section. We have noticed most of them on other websites too, like the ones for Samuel from Spain and Jackson from Italy. This is one of the site’s ways of hiding their true picture and deceiving the clients.
This pharmacy is actually a rogue one and we do not recommend it to our readers. Shopping with them has more cons than pros. The pharmacy isn’t licensed. Canadian-Pharmacy-24.com deserves a 20% trust rating.
They’ve got a low trust rating on almost all the regulatory bodies.