MyMedicStar.com is another shamming online pharmacy that we can’t recommend to you. This site actually claims to sell drugs that treat impotence. As is their usual trend, the fraudulent internet pharmacies also claim to have reliable offers and unique services. They can’t be trusted with this and we are here to make you find out why. Our inference is drawn from the evidence, and that’s why you need to read on…
|Date of Registration||2014-08-17|
|Owner Country||US, China|
|Name of Organisation||Canadian Pharmacy|
|Address||1822 BOULVAR DR., MONTREAL, RC B4U 5U2, CANADA|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
|Free Shipping||for orders above 200$|
We searched for the domain name of this business on WhoIs and from this data we were able to make reasonable conclusions about the site.
The domain name was first registered on August 2014 and later updated in October 2018. Four years in online business for this pharmacy is a long time enough in the industry to make you conclude that their services can be trusted. However, that should at least be coupled up with other strong and good reasons before one can actually conclude that a business is worthwhile.
It is so unfortunate that the business name used by the site isn’t actually theirs. They claim to own the business name “Canadian Pharmacy”. Our investigations reveal that these people use this business name even without authorization from the true owners. The location of the business is unclear. ScamAdviser clearly points out that the site is US based but has got the highest chances of having a Chinese origin. That is nowadays a common thing done by these rogue online pharmacies. They have to lie about their location, pretending to be based where most legal pharmacies are stationed so as to enjoy that reputation.
A site’s security is meant to protect its users’ information. A good website should be HTTPS secure. This site actually is. This means that when you create an account with them, your credentials are secure and no one else can easily access your security passwords. That stands out as a good effort by the pharmacy.
The internet pharmacy sells drugs that have the ability to improve impotence. The source of their drugs is not stated on their website. However, the discounted prices at which they sell the drugs, coupled up with the fact that they haven’t quoted their supplier suggest that these people may be involved in across the border smuggling of drugs. The quality of these drugs can be judged from the fact that their supplier isn’t known. The quality must be poor and these drugs may even be poisonous. The pharmacy offers drugs at low prices. However, the drugstore doesn’t have a defined discount rates policy. This confuses the customers.
The site accepts payments through MasterCard, E-check, Bitcoin and Western Union. The payment options available are satisfactory. The user banking information is also SSL secured and this ensures maximum security.
You get to enjoy a free delivery service if you purchase drugs above $200. This is common with most online pharmacies. There are two delivery options (Express couriers or Regular Airmail) which require that you pay for them as long as your purchase is below $200. For example, the Express Courier, which is trackable, costs $25 and takes 14 days. The Regular Airmail shipping option costs $15 and takes 10-21 days.
Approvals from Regulatory Bodies
The site doesn’t have records of approval by any of the available regulatory agencies for online pharmacies. A search for their domain name on CIPA and LegitScript reveals that the site is a rogue one.
To make it worse, the business owners themselves claim that the business has got a certificate from CIPA. CIPA doesn’t even issue such certificates. It only either approves or disapproves these online pharmacies! This shows that the business owners are lying about their certification.
Looking at the customers’ feedback is one clever way of determining the trust rating of a site. This site has got some testimonials available on its official website. However, we think that they are generated and are meant to hide the negative reviews posted by disappointed customers. This isn’t done with good intention.
The pharmacy is trying to hide their true location. They are also trying to deceive us that they have got a license. The site uses a business name that doesn’t belong to them. They have blocked reviews. They have an undefined source of drugs with the possibility of poisoning. However, we can’t also hesitate to appreciate the security measures on their website alongside their good discount rates, though undefined. As a result, we think they deserve a 30% trust level rating.
Based on the facts mentioned above, we can conclude that this website is not worth spending money on.