Canadian-Store-24h.com represents a young Canadian drugstore that operates online to distribute generic and nonprescription medications to an international scale of clients. We all know that pledges made by all online pharmacies inspire confidence. If they can’t be proved, we conclude that the pharmacy is rogue and keep away from it as much as possible. Keep reading…
|Date of Registration||2017-04-28|
|Owner Country||US, Russia|
|Name of Organisation||Online Pharmacy|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders above $300 (EMS)
for orders above $200 (Air Mail)
The drugstore is a year and a few months old, having been registered just recently on 28-04-2017. This clearly tells us the little experience that the pharmacy has. Such a little experience is not a reason that can push anyone to purchase a drug at this pharmacy.
GKG.Net, Inc manages the drugstore’s domain name. It has a bad name itself – a popular host for rogue online drugstores. Having that information, what then makes us think that this pharmacy is trustworthy? The pharmacy’s website is most likely located in the United States. However, there are also high chances that it could as well be located in the Russian Federation. In summary, the website’s real location isn’t well defined anywhere. This is where we should start suspecting the pharmacy.
They basically sell nonprescription generic drugs. Taking a look at the pharmacy’s bestsellers, they tend to sell more of the drugs that promote men’s health than any others. The medications are of a wide range. There are antibiotics, antifungal medications, muscle relaxants, herbals, and more when talking about the drugs’ categories. Each category contains an assortment of drugs. This pharmacy imports their medications from India, a country that has a bad reputation in terms of dishing out counterfeit medical products. Coupled up with the fact that the medications aren’t FDA approved, we have no good reasons to trust these drugs at all.
Most of the prices of drugs in this pharmacy are reasonable. Given that the drugs are generics and there’s no prescription required from a client to buy one, we expect these prices to be such low. However, some of the prices are just too low to be reasonable. They represent the drugs that might have been obtained through dubious ways like smuggling across the US borders.
Payment and Delivery
You can only pay for your orders in this pharmacy via Visa, American Express, and E-check. With claims to offer worldwide services, it is easy to notice that these payment alternatives aren’t enough for the expected clientele base. More needs to be added.
The drugstore’s shipping policy is clear but not satisfactory. They do shipments by two means: through a Registered Airmail Service or via an Express Mail Service. The EMS deliveries are expected to delay for between 5-7 days while the Airmail deliveries have a 2-5 weeks delay. One can get a tracking number for their order with the EMS delivery option. All charges are only visible upon checkout. This makes us suspect that there are hidden charges associated with the deliveries from our past experiences.
Approved pharmacies usually have some set of standards which convinces the regulatory bodies that they offer quality products. Canadian-store-24h.com is regarded as a rogue pharmacy by LegitScript. It also has no approval from the Canadian International Pharmacies Association (CIPA). NABP also dismisses claims of having allowed the pharmacy to operate under its consent. ScamAdviser awards the pharmacy a 52% trust rate and says that it involves a high-risk country. The pharmacy has hot no regulatory approvals.
There is a whole lot of customer feedbacks under this pharmacy’s testimonial webpage. The feedbacks from Wei Zhang, Oliver Scott, Neill, in that order, word by word, appears in other rogue online drugstores. These are robotic reviews. They mislead the customers. This is another red flag for the pharmacy.
We’ve seen that this pharmacy sells low-quality drugs, has an untimely response to the clients, has no regulatory approvals, has fake reviews, hides their location, has a bad business profile, insecure browsing that becomes secure at checkout, and unclear delivery schedule.
A 10% trust level will fit what they deserve.