Review – Too Lazy and Lenient to get Real Reviews from Real Clients

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This store, Canadian Pharmacy 24, offers drug prices which are up to 70% lower than most ground pharmacy stores. This claim is unverifiable, though, but I think this jacked-up advertisement is merely for catching buyer attention. The shop is right about offering low prices for its products, though, since most of its items are generic (hence, cheaper). For instance, offered its impotence pills such as Viagra for as low as $0.36 per pill, its Cialis for as low as $0.76 per pill, and other products such as Doxycycline, Synthroid, Accutane, Zithromax, and others, for less than $0.50 per unit. These are low, low prices for these medications; however, clients had to purchase massive amounts of these products before availing of these good prices.

Some online pharmacies are with meager product selections—not, though. This virtual pharmacy has meds for various medical conditions: men’s health, women’s health, weight loss, gastrointestinal concerns, diabetes, depression, cholesterol, pain relief, and several others. You can even purchase these medicines without mailing your prescriptions to Canadian Pharmacy 24, as the shop allows clients to get meds from the store even if they do not have actual Rx from their doctors. This no-Rx policy is illegal, though, and buyers should consult their doctors first before ordering drugs foreign to their systems. Ordering drugs which you’re not fit to take can be hazardous, so always make sure you’re cleared to take the meds you’re planning to order online.

Regarding the order process, the shop offers a guest checkout function, so you can order without creating an account on the store. Payments are done via the usual VISA and MasterCard credit cards, but you can also pay for your orders using E-checks. As for shipping, the store charges $10 for the regular airmail option, but you can pay more if you want a faster shipping method with a tracking function.

If in case you’re unable to get your orders from, you are only advised to reach out to the shop using its phone and email function, and that’s it. There are no guarantees for clients with lost or damaged orders on, so it will be very hard to get claims if in case your orders get lost during transit. Reviews

Reviews are integral for evaluating online pharmacies based on how clients perceive them, that’s why I make it a point to search for existing reviews for virtual drugstores such as Canadian Pharmacy 24. Sadly, despite the shop having a copyright dated 2004, this online shop did not have its own consumer reviews available on the web. I tried the usual prolific review sites—but still, nothing. I found these comments on the store’s pages, though:

These reviews from “Christian”, “Denis Powell”, and “Liam” were all generally happy about Canadian Pharmacy 24’s performance.

However, these reviews were also seen on other web pharmacies looking similar to These reviews are unmistakably fake and were copied from similar-looking shops and should not be trusted. It’s such a shame that was too lazy to work for its own reviews and had to resort to using already existing reviews from alleged buyers. Reviews 2017

Because I could not trust the reviews I found for on its website, I had to use other sources to get more data for the shop. I used Scam Adviser and Legit Script to evaluate the domain and fortunately, both online shops had results I was able to use:

The report from Scam Adviser was overtly poor, judging from the glaring red message box with the “low trust rating” label.

In-depth results for indicated that the website was a “rogue” pharmacy, or an untrustworthy website infamous for scamming or dealing fraudulently with clients., according to Scam Adviser, was nearly 3 years old, was popular according to Alexa standards, but was linked with malware reports and “suspicious websites”. It was also odd that was determined as an “offline” website by Scam Adviser despite the store being still operational to date.

Legit Script stated in its report that Canadian-pharmacy-24 was a “rogue pharmacy”. Its report was consistent with the Scam Adviser report, not only because of the “rogue” rating—the age identified by Legit Script was 3 years as well. Coupon Codes

Even if coupon codes were not offered by, the shop had other deals available, such as free shipping and complimentary products.

Shipping is conditional (you need $200+ purchases to avail of the free shipping), but the freebie pills are given to all buyers of the shop.

Conclusion is an online store with a lot of products offered. I admire the good prices of the meds on this store and its extensive listings; however, this store failed because it did not have reviews for its service from external sources. Canadian Pharmacy 24 was too lazy and lenient that it did not bother sourcing genuine reviews from real clients and instead, posted copied, fabricated reviews already circulating the web. My rating: 1 out of 5.

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