Reviews – Shop with One Outdated 5-star Rating and with Negative Reports

on March 1 | in Reviews | by | with No Comments is another mail-order pharmacy service which connects users to its vast network of pharmacies, in order to give the users the best prices for the medications they are looking for. It is included in the 63 active members of the Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA) and is also included in the list of pharmacies which are connected with

Although says it’s from Canada, it fulfills client orders from a number of locations such as the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Singapore, the United States, Turkey, Mauritius, and more. The pharmacy’s office is indeed located in Canada (Vancouver), but there are no particulars for its date of induction.

Clients can find a great number of items on this website for the patients, which include medications for diarrhea, fungal infections, retrovirals, ALS medications, depression, acne, men’s health, and others. And because we’re here for the prices of the erectile dysfunction (ED) meds, I checked the prices for the famous ED meds such as Sildenafil Citrate and Tadalafil. actually had a number of prices for each of the meds, because the site is actually an intermediary for users and “trusted” pharmacies connected to The lowest price for the famous Viagra by Pfizer (50 mg) is $99 for 8 pills, while the most affordable price for Cialis by Eli Lilly containing Tadalafil is $175 for eight pills of the 10 mg. The generic prices for the products are a bit lower; generic Sildenafil Citrate costs $35 for 36 pills of the 100 mg kind (Suhagra from Cipla), while for Tadalafil, the lowest listing is $35 for 8 pills of the 10 mg type (Megalis from Macleods).

These drugs sold by are brand-name and generic; although the store did not say whether these are approved by the FDA, it mentioned that all the drugs it dispenses are the product of “rigorous testing prior to approval”. All of the meds with a Rx label require valid prescriptions from the doctor, while those without the mark are readily dispensed without the need for prescriptions.

According to, it accepts payments from checks, credit card payments, and money orders (international) . As for the shipping costs, the FAQ says that the fee is $10 for the local Canada and US deliveries, but the store charges more for international orders ($25). mentions not permitting medicine returns, but it did not discuss anything about refunds or reshipments in the case of damaged goods or any other problems in shipping and product distribution. Luckily, users may contact the website through these contact details (the site did not have a live chat option):

Pharmacy Address:

Unit #202A, 8322-130th Street, Surrey,

British Columbia, Canada V3W 8J9

Toll-Free: 1-877-900-3784 Reviews

Reviews are a great deal for any internet presence (store, personality, service, etc.) because they give an overview of how the website deals with visitors or clients. I have seen one review for and it’s from The rate of the store as a whole is 7.4 and it’s out of 10 points.

The review by the user Albert Schoeffer, who posted on March 2012, was a 5-star one for According to the customer, it was his first time to order from the website and he was satisfied with the store’s service. Albert said that the prices were cheap and that the products were as described. He also mentioned that he will be ordering from again.

I like how the client was so positive about his purchase, although my concern is the relevance of the review to the present time. The date was 2012, which is now a couple of years back, which can mean that the service of then may be better than what it can offer today. Reviews 2016

Since the review was a bit outdated, I tried to get analyzed by several sites for its integrity. I checked against and and here’s how it went:

The 5-star review got me to think that may perform well when checked on, but I was surprised that it didn’t. The score was a mere 12% and had an advisory from which stated that is not a safe website to transact with, due to several reports of scam activities. Also, since did not have an SSL certificate, the data of buyers purchasing from the store may be compromised and may be used for nefarious purposes. branded as a “threat listed” website and gave it only 51% out of 100 (which is considerably higher than the rating). had a lot of visitors and has been in operation for almost 15 years, but determined that the website had malware reports for it and an “unapproved” pharmacy status. Coupon Codes

No free shipping or free pills offer were made available by; it had a “referral promo” instead:

Buyers who are able to refer their friends and coax them into buying from will earn them $25 in store credits. What’s more, their friends will get $25 too. It would have been nice if there were clients talking about this promo to see how true this is. In case it is, then it’s great for users to invite their friends and family to order from in order to earn store credits which would help them save on their next purchase.

Conclusion is another verified CIPA member which lacked good user reviews from its clients. Although it had one great review on, the review seemed insufficient to erase the results from and If there were more reviewers to testify of’s good service, then we could have disregarded the bad analysis results for; but since there were none else, then I think I’d stick with the two analysis results.

My rating for would be 2 stars out of 5; a 2012 review does not guarantee that the store’s service is as stellar as before—it could have changed in time. I am not recommending this website to consumers as there’s great risk for your money here. But if you’re willing to give this store a shot, then feel free to do so.

Unfortunately for today’s consumer, the number of rogue or fraudulent online pharmacies outweighs the number of reliable organizations. These companies will attempt to convince consumers that they are legitimate online pharmaceutical companies.

Shoppers need to remember, reputable pharmacies will never send SPAM emails advertising their products or services, they will never sell a controlled substance with or without a prescription, and they will never sell prescription medication without a verified physician’s prescription.

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