Reviews – Stay Far Away

1 out of 5 stars (1 / 5) is an online drugstore that uses a Canadian name even though it is not Canadian. That is the first warning sign. Scams always lie about their origins. If this one isn’t a scam, it needs to provide a good reason explaining why it has chosen to masquerade as a Canadian store.

Domain Details
Registration Date2017-07-03
Owner CountrySerbia
Business Information
Name of OrganisationCanadian Pharm
Licenses, Certificates and Approvals
Customer Support
Live Chat Optionno
Free Shippingyes
Payment Methods
American Expressyes


Domain Info

The domain age isn’t so bad. At the end of the day, because it was created on the 3rd of July 2017, the store is still young. But at four years (as of this moment), it isn’t the youngest portal in the pharmaceutical arena. It has just enough years under its belt to earn the benefit of the doubt from skeptical consumers.



Related Websites

ScamAdviser has no interest in giving them the benefit of the doubt. It already assigned them a rating of 1 percent because it doesn’t like the look of their profile. They have 300 related domains, including:


Business Profile

You will be hard-pressed to find anything good to say about this website. In fact, the only truly positive aspect of their platform is the SSL certificate, which is valid. It doesn’t mean that you can trust them with your credit card information.

site data

Even if their platform is safe from intruders, you have no reason to believe that the owner won’t misuse your financial information. After all, it isn’t like anyone knows who the owner is. Even if he misbehaved, you cannot hold him accountable, not when he is located in a high-risk country like Serbia.

That is another mark against the store. They have a Canadian name and colors but it looks like their site is actually based in Serbia. This can’t be proven definitively because the owner has refused to share the company’s business address.

If he did, people would know that his website is not based in Canada. Though, hiding the business address doesn’t help him either because it immediately lets his consumers know that he is up to no good.

If you take a moment to look at the phone numbers on the website, you will notice that they are British. Why would a Canadian internet pharmacy use British phone numbers? It doesn’t make sense. This is why you have no choice but to assume that they are Serbian. The person who registered the portal comes from Serbia. That is the only clue you have to work with at the moment.


The owner is free to dispute these claims by revealing the pharmacy’s business address, not to mention licenses from his host country permitting this medical shop to sell drugs. It is worth noting that their Alexa rank is very low.

Despite being in business for all these years, they have failed to trick any consumers into buying their drugs. Clearly, people know what medical scams look like these days.


Regulatory Authorization

Their regulatory approval is non-existent. They don’t have any seals from regulatory bodies on their platform because none of the major organizations that oversee internet pharmacies have certified them. That includes CIPA.


The shop claims to originate from Canada and yet it doesn’t have CIPA approval. The owner doesn’t realize that you cannot legally dispense drugs over the internet in Canada without acquiring CIPA approval.


Available Products

Their catalog is filled with generic medicine. Their main interest is pills that treat men’s health, specifically sexual complications, They have all the obvious sexual supplements.



Payments and Deliveries

Their prices are tempting because they are so low. The little they have said suggests that their suppliers are in India, a country with a reputation for producing cheap drugs. Though, in some cases, those drugs are cheap because they are fake. Customers that do not care about the risk associated with buying drugs from this platform can pay using:


 Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin)
 American Express

They use international unregistered mail and courier service for deliveries. The delivery fee doesn’t exceed $30.



They don’t have any feedback from customers even though they have been around for many years. This supports the suspicion that they don’t have customers.

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The internet pharmacy lost all its credibility the moment it pretended to be Canadian. It gets a rating of 1 star.

1 out of 5 stars (1 / 5)

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