HerbalHerbSmart.ru is an internet pharmacy that does not sell herbs despite its name. The store is not Canadian either. Those are two lies among a multitude that they have told, which immediately tells you that they are a scam. If they are actually legit, they have a lot of explaining to do.
|Name of Organisation||Canadian Pharmacy|
|Address||22 Boulvar Dr., Montreal, RC B4U 5U2, Canada|
|Licenses, Certificates and Approvals|
|Live Chat Option||no|
The domain was created on the 19th of November 2020. They have only been in operation for a few months. This puts them in a difficult position. Most young domains are dismissed as scams even though they haven’t done anything to deserve such a reaction. This one has given its detractors various reasons to suspect them of fraud. The domain age simply affirms what so many people already expected.
ScamAdviser also believes that it might be a scam. It gave them a rating of 40 percent, which is less than average. ScamAdviser’s reasoning seems sound. It took note of their poorly optimized website, low Alexa rank, and the anonymity of their owner. These are just a few of the signs you expect to see in scams. It doesn’t look like they have any related websites.
They have successfully hidden a lot of the information surrounding their operations. As such, for the moment, there is no way to tell whether or not they are a mirror site.
The first attribute you will notice is the design of this website. The design has been replicated by dozens of internet pharmacies in the last few years. No one knows for sure where this design came from or which website first featured it. Either way, it creates the impression that all the platforms with this look are related in some way.
Either they are all mirror sites or they are part of the same network. At the end of the day, the mystery behind the design hurts this drugstore because it forces people to question its legitimacy. All the platforms that feature this look are shady. They have the exact same origin story.
They all identify David and Cecil Watson as their founders. They point to Canada as their country of origin and they are quick to assure everyone who will listen that their portal started as a brick-and-mortar store. These are ambitious claims but if they had any credibility, the site would have verified them by providing irrefutable evidence. They haven’t done this because all the information on their platform is false.
They lied about their founders. They also lied about their Canadian roots, not to mention their age. In fact, there is very little they did not lie about. Their Canadian business address is not real. Every scrap of information you could use to find them has been redacted to prevent curious consumers from looking too closely at them. At this point, it is impossible to take anything they say seriously.
CIPA has denied their claims that they are a legal Canadian medical company. It has refused to recognize them as a member. Every legal online drugstore in Canada is recognized by CIPA. This adds to the lies that the owner has told. He included a CIPA seal on the platform. But the site is not a member of CIPA, which means that the seal is fake.
They have a system that allows you to search for specific products in their catalog using their names. You can add them to your cart afterward before checking out. They have most of the obvious items, including:
Payments and Deliveries
Their prices are the one good thing they have. The prices are very low, so much so that you cannot help but wonder where they got their drugs. As you might expect, they have refused to provide any answers to that question, which encourages consumers to question the quality of their medicine.
They accept payments that are made using MasterCard, Electronic Checks, American Express, MoneyGram, and Western Union. You can also use Bitcoin. With deliveries, they use EMS (Maximum of 4 Weeks) and Regular Airmail (Maximum of 6 Weeks).
They have a few fake reviews on their platform. This is just one more lie they have told. They don’t have reviews anywhere else.
Everything the medical site has said is a lie. It rightly earns a rating of 1 star.