Without researching the pharmacy, buying from one is a mistake. After all, you are buying medicines vital to your health. That is why research the pharmacy before ordering. Our reviews today will help you dig deeper into such a pharmacy. Our YourMD.ca review will help you understand whether this pharmacy is trustworthy or not.
|Date of Registration||2020-04-15|
|Name of Organisation||Your MD|
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Usually, our research about a pharmacy starts by looking at their about us page. However, you can’t do this with this pharmacy because their about us page is hidden. This is undoubtedly a red flag you must be aware of before placing an order with the pharmacy. It means that the pharmacy is not serious about being transparent.
The pharmacy domain was registered in April of 2020. The pharmacy has been around for a couple of years. That isn’t too short but not too long either. The age of 2 years doesn’t inspire a lot of confidence. It would help if you looked at other factors before ordering from this pharmacy.
Digging up the company details of this pharmacy is not possible. That is because it uses privacy protection. It means that the pharmacy goes the extra mile to hide its information. When you consider that the pharmacy has hidden its about us page and also uses privacy protection, it certainly rings a bell. This is certainly a red flag you must keep in mind when ordering from this pharmacy.
Approval from Regulatory Agencies
The company’s homepage states that it can also provide you with a prescription from Canadian licensed medical professionals. However, apart from that, it does not highlight much regarding the quality of the drugs. On the FAQ page, you will find that the medicines are FDA-approved. On top of that, it is not approved by LegitScript or CIPA.
It means that it is operating in a gray area. The FDA might not approve the medicines being sold by this pharmacy. Once again, it is not a situation in which the pharmacy inspires confidence.
The pharmacy sells products as well as treatment plans across various categories like:
❋ Hair loss, Birth control
❋ Skincare, Eyelash enhancement
❋ Mental health and so on
While the inventory and the categories might not be as high as some other pharmacies that cater to more than 2 to 3 categories, you can easily find the medicines you are looking for while ordering from this pharmacy—the problem or the red flags we have highlighted above. Before you make your decision about this pharmacy, take a look at the sections below.
Initially, if you plan to visit the pharmacy for consultation with a trusted medical professional, it will cost you around 40 Canadian dollars. After that, each visit will cost you 25 Canadian dollars. Currently, the pharmacy does provide a few free visits. The online consultation is also available for free currently.
However, it is not clear how much time the online consultations are free. The renewal rates, however, are a bit different. The cost of the exact treatment will be dependent on the medicines prescribed. While the consultation cost might be a bit on the lower side, there is no indication that the medicines will be at a discount. You can assume that they are at a compatible cost as compared to other pharmacies.
Payments and Deliveries
The pharmacy provides you with a secure gateway for being online. It accepts the most popular credit cards, including Visa and MasterCard. If you’re picking your medicines right from the pharmacy outlets, then too, most major credit cards are accepted. Because of the same, paying for your order isn’t a problem.
Regarding delivery, the pharmacy does not provide much information regarding the Postal Service that it uses. You can, of course, pick up your medicines from the nearest pharmacy outlet. In Canada, there are over six outlets of the pharmacy. That is why picking the medicines yourself is certainly possible if you live near an urban center.
There are no YourMD.ca reviews on Trustpilot although the pharmacy displays the Trustpilot logo on its website. You won’t find feedback on the pharmacy’s Facebook page. Similarly, the website of the pharmacy also does not display much feedback. It means that if you’re looking for customer feedback to make the decision, you won’t be able to do so.
YourMD.ca might be a legit offline pharmacy. However, its online services do not inspire much confidence because of the lack of information. Not only that, the lack of an about us page is another reason why the pharmacy does not inspire much confidence. If you plan to visit the pharmacy store, you can go ahead. However, we won’t recommend you to order online from this pharmacy.
Considering these factors, we can only give this pharmacy a 50% trust level.