Your-Handy-Pharmacy.com is a medical referral site. The domain name suggests that it is a pharmacy but that isn’t the case. More to the point, it isn’t as legit or trustworthy as it would like people to believe. In fact, it has a lot of secrets in its closet, secrets that become difficult to ignore once you take a closer look at its operations.
|Date of Registration||2020-10-02|
|Name of Organisation||Canadian Pharmacy Ltd|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|LegitScript||not in the base|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The website is a little over a month old. It was created on the 1st of October 2020, roughly five weeks ago as of this moment. That is a warning sign that the store isn’t completely above board. It says on its online portal that it has three years of experience.
Not only is it young but it has lied about its age. The store only did this because it knows that young pharmacies on the internet are stigmatized. People know that they often harbor scams which is why they tend to ignore them.
The drugstore responded to this problem by lying. But that has only made things worse because the domain age clearly proves that it doesn’t have three years of experience. This, in turn, raises questions about the validity of the other claims on the site.
For the moment, the referral service doesn’t appear to have any related websites. Though, it is worth noting that ScamAdviser gave it a rating of 10 percent. That is low and it proves that they are not completely authentic.
Based on the claims the platform makes, it works by buying cheap medicine from India and selling it to people all around the world at the most affordable prices. It only transacts with suppliers it can trust.
It verifies the authenticity of these suppliers and dispensaries by making sure that the Indian FDA has certified them. This allows the pharmacy to guarantee the safety of the products it sells. Everything they do is designed to cater to the needs of the consumers which is why all their merchandise adheres to the demands of regulations such as The Pharmacy Act and The Drugs Order.
They have gone so far as to attach a guarantee to their products. Their support team is available all day and all night to offer assistance via live chat, phone, and email. All those claims sound positive, especially the one that assures patients that all the data they provide is safe. However, these are all lies. The website doesn’t have any verifiable contact information. You cannot trust them to maintain your privacy. More to the point, they cannot prove that any of their suppliers and drugs have the certification mentioned on the platform.
You would have to take them at their word because so much of what they say isn’t backed by evidence. However, now that you know that they lied about their age, you can’t take them at their word. You have to conclude that they are lying.
All the seals of accreditation and certification published on the platform are fake. That includes the FDA and MIPA seals. They don’t even have LegitScript’s recognition. This only goes to show how dangerous they are.
As they mention on their website, their medicine is generic and it comes from India. A generic medicine is quite common and, in many cases, it is just as effective as brand name pills. However, the source matters. In this case, the store’s generic drugs come from India, a country that produces a lot of counterfeit pills. Keep that in mind.
Payments and Deliveries
The source of the company’s drugs (India) and their nature (Generic) justify the referral service’s incredibly low price tags. You have every reason to be suspicious. The drugstore’s pills are far too cheap.
However, India has a reputation for making and selling affordable drugs. While buying medicine from the company isn’t a good idea, if you have decided to do so all the same, you can use:
❋ Wire Transfers
❋ Credit and Debit Cards
❋ Electronic Checks
You can cancel your order within 24 hours of submitting it. If you don’t, they will use international unregistered mail and a trackable courier service to send you the drugs.
They have a few decent reviews on their website. But they haven’t bothered to provide any evidence proving that the reviews were written by real customers.
The website acts like a scam. Not only does it lie but it makes a lot of claims that it cannot prove.
For that reason, it gets a trust level of 25%.