Reviews – Website with a Tarnished Reputation

on March 1 | in Reviews | by | with No Comments can be grouped with the other online pharmacies located in Canada. It is not a “real” pharmacy like the others; it is more of a service which links patients with several physical pharmacies/dispensaries related to the website. The website says it is accredited by the famous CIPA (Canadian International Pharmacy Association), but the company is not just dispensing meds from Canada; it has several fulfillment centers across the globe like India, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.

The office of is located in Toronto, and the company/service came about in 2004. Based on the information on the website, it caters to thousands of customers every year. The products sold by are both generic and brand-name medications on almost all drug categories (except narcotics and controlled substances), but no information on the regulatory approvals of these drugs were given away by

There are 2000+ products available on’s database. Users can search using brand or generic keywords, or they can choose from the alphabetical list. There is an interesting “price match” function for the products, where matches the low prices of its similar CIPA/accredited competitors.

Erectile dysfunction medications for patients suffering from the condition were available, and the website asks for prescriptions for these meds before being dispensed to the consumers. The cheapest brand-name Viagra 100 mg costs $13.63 per piece (8 tablets for $109), while the cheapest generic version listing is $21 for 8 pills ($2.63 each). The brand-name medication is from Pfizer (New Zealand), while the generic meds are from an MHRA-approved generic manufacturer in the UK. Concerning the brand-name Tadalafil (Cialis), the cheapest branded listing (Cialis from Eli Lilly, UK) costs $127 for 84 tablets of the 2.5 mg variant; while the lowest price for the generic product is $15 for 4 pills (20 mg). Buyers can choose the prices which suit them well. Buyers can order these meds via the site, through phone, or via mail.

The shipping cost is a flat $10 and the shipping time is an estimate of 7-21 days. Users can pay for the products using credit cards, debit cards, international money orders and postal money orders, e-checks, and personal checks. What’s great about is that it is able to give refunds (within 30 days of delivery) for users when they are not satisfied with the products. The refund will be based on the meds remaining after the consumers’ consumption.

As for the contacts, is one of the few online stores which are able to provide its address and contact details for its clients:


North Drugstore

2 Toronto St

Suite 462

Toronto, ON, Canada

M5C 2B5


UDS Health Ltd.

c/o Navis international Trust Company Ltd.

Charlestown, Nevis

West Indies


Customer Service: [email protected]

Business Development: [email protected]

Toll Free Phone:1-866-940-3784

International Phone: 1-647-258-6407 Reviews

Since’s website is quite impressive at a first glance, I was expecting well-wishers for the website’s service and products. Sadly, I found this singular review from a mad customer who posted his review on, a well-known review site for online pharmacies:

Craig Daley (posted May 2014) was really furious about’s customer service. According to him, he showed them prices which were about 80% lower than’s and from verified pharmacies ( Instead of honoring the price-match guarantee, the customer service representative shrugged off the information from Craig and mentioned a lot of excuses to dodge the price-match guarantee. He gave the website 1 out of 5 stars.

I tried searching for more reviews from users who were actually able to purchase from, but unfortunately, there were none available.’s reputation remains tarnished on due to this bad review, and there’s not even a single good review out of clients who tried out’s service. Reviews 2016

I went on searching reviews from 2016 and forward, but still, no user reviews exist for on the web. This report was present instead:

A “threat-listed” status was given to by, along with a 61% rating out of the possible 100 points. It is detected to have almost 11 years of service, but, the store was given an “unapproved” status and was also found out to harbor malware reports.

The result from’s analysis was not too good either; was only given a 37% rating and the site mentioned that the store had a poor reputation and it may not be safe to use.

On the bright side, is safe to browse and it has a valid SSL certificate, which, from’s standpoint, makes HTTP secure. Coupon Codes

Expectant of good promos, I browsed for promotional codes or discount offerings; but there were none available. The prices for’s erectile dysfunction drugs were pretty average and leaning towards the “pricey” side, so I was kind of expecting at least discount vouchers for the consumers. I think that’s too bad since there are a lot of valid online pharmacies with prices much lower than

Conclusion is a totally impressive site when you lay your eyes upon it, although not for long. The prices were not too encouraging to look at once you’ve browsed the products, especially for erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs.

The nearly expensive prices for the meds would have sufficed should the store had an untarnished reputation online, but instead, it had a bad review and low scores from and Due to this, I am rating 2 out of 5 and won’t be endorsing the use of this store for ED drug purchases due to its high price and tarnished reputation.

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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