Review – Rogue Internet Pharmacy from Panama

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Having been meaning to review this vendor for a while now, it was a thing of joy for me to find out that is still on the internet. In a time and age where internet vendors are closing up shop all over the place, this particular one has been online since the year 2008, and have never looked back since. They have spent all of this time out of the Canadian market, as made evident by the domain name.

Canadian Online Meds prizes itself above all others as a good offeror of medicine in both the brand and generic options. They have a wide variety and catalog on display. For a business that has been operating since the year 2008, one would expect that they have almost anything in stock. To get the average price of their products, I went in search of the generic ED medicine. Finding Viagra is selling for just $0.27 per pill, I was even happier with the $1.35 price tag that the Cialis medicine bore.

Of course, Canadian Online Meds admits that the pills it offers to buyers, both those that are branded and the generics, are all certified by the FDA. The products are said to be from India, so it is fitting that they would be certified by the FDA in India. As soon as an order is placed, the customers are expected to pay via either of credit cards, eCheck or direct bank transfer. However, Web Money and PayPal, or other such options, do not find favor with the vendor.

As soon as the order has been processed, it can then be sent out on shipping. Of course, the customer is given a chance to choose between either of EMS Package or the International Unregistered mail, or Airmail Service. If they went for the former option, the package would arrive in just 7 – 9 days, and they would have to pay an additional $50. Going for Airmail means that the customer can pay a surge of just $10 while waiting 2 – 3 weeks for their orders to arrive.

Getting in touch with the customer care agents is much like what can be found on most other vendors. Either the customer uses a generic email form page provided, or they call one of the toll-free numbers on the website. According to the information listed on the internet pharmacy, returns are not entertained. While they would allow cancellations, this would only be possible if it is within 24 hours of placing the order. Finally, there is a refund package for those customers who don’t get their orders or got it damaged in transit. Reviews

As I expected, there was a testimonials page attached to this vendor. The first comment I saw was that of a certain Tom. The 44-year old client believes that the vendor ‘is well worth the price,’ and concludes that he would ‘never buy from another place again.’ Sixty-two-year-old Charlotte is another commenter with the same sentiments, labeling the website ‘God’s best angels walking the earth.” Following closely is the review from Kathy who remarks that ‘never stop to amaze me.’

Rounding off the list is Tiffany who commends the range of products at their pricing. As much as this speaks good of the business, these are the exact kind of comments that can be found on the clones of this website. This puts them in the league of such pharmacies who resort to the use of spam comments to generate a false image to buyers. Reviews 2016

It is not surprising that Scam Adviser would score this vendor just 5, out of a possible 100, when it comes to rating. The vendor is said to be associated with high risk, and the user is advised that the location could be hidden too. As for popularity, Canadian Online Meds could only manage a few visitors. was less subtle with the vendor, determining that they have fallen short of the standard an internet pharmacy should have. For that reason, they get the Rogue label. Coupon Codes

Like I have seen on their copy, Rogue websites, there are some discount offers and coupon codes on this vendor’s listing. Of the three I saw, the first one promises 10% off of all orders made by the customer. The deal is then sweetened with a free delivery promise on every package. Of course, this Canadian Online Meds advertised for the only regular airmail option.

The sweet deals were capped off with the promise of sample pills to accompany every order of ED medicine.


The first inconsistency that I saw with was in their age. Even though the About Page spoke of just ‘more than three years,’ the copyright information said they were more than nine years old. If that is not enough, then the spam comments and bad reviews they got from independent analyses websites does it for me. doesn’t deserve more than a 1 out of 5, and I would never buy from this sham.

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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