Review – A Pharmacy with Good Prices but a Bad Rep Home Home

We may be able to conclude that is a site from Canada, although recently, I am not so sure about sites with country names in them, as some sites’ names don’t have anything to do with their locations at all. I have seen several accreditation seals for like MIPA (Manitoba International Pharmacists’ Association), CIPA (Canadian International Pharmacy Association), and CPA (Canadian Pharmacy Association); although wasn’t able to provide any links to verify these claims.

Both brand-name and generic medications are available on the site for client purchase. But encourages clients to purchase the generic ones as they are just as effective as their brand-name counterparts, and only differing from them in terms of price (generics are much cheaper) and appearance (since the “look” of the brand-name ones are patented too). As indicated on the site, all the meds are approved by the FDA; for the generic meds, however, Indian FDA, and not the US FDA.

Prescriptions weren’t discussed anywhere on the site, so it may be assumed that does not ask for them for any purchase of Rx meds from the site. it sure is convenient, but clients should use this access with caution, as it is potentially harmful to clients to self-medicate on Rx meds. All prescription meds should be taken by clients under the supervision of their respective GPs.

Although there are a number of other products available on (pain meds, sleeping aids, skin care, weight loss, asthma meds, etc.) the main meds that it sells are the ED meds. Since encourages clients to purchase the generic instead of the brand-name ones, I looked into the prices of the generic variants for the ED medications. The minimum amount that sells the Generic Viagra (Sildenafil) pills for is $36.57, and that’s for 10 pills of the 100 mg type. Generic Cialis is also sold for a minimum of 10 pieces and it costs $35.53 for the pack. There are many other ED meds types available, and clients, especially ED clients, can have a lot to choose from.

Shipping is charged at $14.95 for the Airmail delivery and $29.95 for EMS or express delivery. Aside from the shipping fees, charges an optional delivery insurance of $6.95 to guarantee reshipments in case the delivery fails. Concerning the payments, clients may pay for their orders using Visa, MasterCard, and Bitcoin.

I think that the items covered by the free and guaranteed reshipments by the site are the ones which had the delivery insurance paid for (along with the orders). If the site indeed has a risk-free guarantee on all its orders, then the site’s not supposed to have the extra delivery insurance fee anymore. Since there is no definite discussion on the site regarding this matter, clients should just go ask the site’s support team by calling +1 800 715 5341 (US clients) and +44 203 318 5981 (Europe clients). I wonder why the site did not have its local Canadian number if it were indeed located there; well, that’s just a random thought. Reviews Reviews Reviews

I think all of these client reviews are good; it’s actually nice to see clients confirming that they have received their products. It’s also great knowing that is capable of giving good client service based on the reports by these people who had their reviews posted on the site.

But, the great concern regarding these client testimonials is their authenticity, as these reviews (though encouraging) were just copies from reviews of other virtual drugstores. might be related to them (or maybe not), but regardless of the site’s connections with various sites, it should have its own original reviews and not these reused statements from so-called “clients”. This means dubiousness on the site’s part, and I can’t be trusting devious sites like this one.

My-canadianapothecary Reviews 2016

I tried looking for buyer reviews for from various sources, but I’ve found nothing for There were these analyses from Scam Adviser and LegitScript, though, but were not as good as I’ve expected. gave a “Rogue” rating, and, aside from giving it a 0% trust rating, gave the site a Rogue status too. These sites collated data they have obtained from various web sources and found out that was not a reliable site.

My-canadianapothecary Trust Rating by Scamadviser
My-canadianapothecary Trust Rating by Scamadviser detected the site to be only a year old. Along with that result was the indication that has links to various deviant sites and also a part in various malware reports. Even though says that it has SSL-encryption and access to several “security” features, this result is indicative that all these security claims are untrue.

Reputation Analysis of My-canadianapothecary by Legitscript
Reputation Analysis of My-canadianapothecary by Legitscript

My Canadian Apothecary Coupon Codes had several client offers for its clients, although they were not really vouchers and coupon codes. The site gives away free ED pills on every order and makes the shipping free for orders more than $200 (Airmail) or $300 (EMS). But unlike other sites, did not have rewards for its return clients and codes for the new clients.

Free Airmail Delivery for All Orders Above $200 on My Canadian Apothecary
Free Airmail Delivery for All Orders Above $200 on My Canadian Apothecary
Free Airmail Delivery for All Orders Above $200 on My Canadian Apothecary
Free Airmail Delivery for All Orders Above $200 on My Canadian Apothecary
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