Cndpharmacy.com was a web pharmacy that had its physical location in Canada. The pharmacy itself is not online anymore. When I loaded the drugstore website it appeared to have been replaced by another website that called itself the “International World History Project”. This was rather odd. I did not expect anyone to create a history website and then place it on a domain address with the name “pharmacy” in it.
The only sensible homepage of Cndpharmacy.com which I could get online was captured back in 2004 on the web archives. Back then, the drugstore appeared to have been selling a large number of medications. These include Antibiotics, antidepressants, anxiety medication, blood pressure meds, bone and joint pills, cholesterol drugs, diabetes pills, and more. The pages available on the 2004 Cndpharmacy.com drugstore capture on the web archives were not loading. This means that I could not get any information on whether the drugstore was selling medications approved by the FDA or not. What I did notice is that the drugstore did sell controlled substances. Good examples of controlled substances I found on the drugstore website include Xanax and Valium which were both listed under the anxiety medication section.
The drugstore was stocking erectile dysfunction medications. This is, of course, obvious given the fact that the most important medications on like all online pharmacies are erectile dysfunction meds. The drugstore did not display the price per pill on its main page. Therefore, the prices I managed to obtain were for probably a package for which I could not tell the number of tablets inside. This made it impossible to determine how affordable the drugstore was. A pack of Viagra was worth $159 while Cialis was worth $189 per pack. The drugstore was not stocking Levitra.
Due to the fact that the drugstore pages were not loading, I did not get the chance to determine important data such as delivery time, delivery methods, the payment options offered by the drugstore, and more. The drugstore had a contact page which I had to assume contained a contact form where buyers were supposed to fill out their details and send the drugstore an email. The pharmacy did not appear to have had any phone number or a live chat option. This made the pharmacy look quite distant from its customers. If a customer needed immediate attention, there was no way to get it.
Cndpharmacy.com did have a testimonials page. The issue is that just like the other pages captured on the web archives it was not loading. While onsite reviews are not trustworthy, I would have wanted to see what the drugstore had on its testimonials page. The reason why I never advise readers to trust onsite reviews is due to the fact that these almost always turn out to be fake. Remember, the drugstore has access to the reviews. This means that manipulating them is extremely easy. The drugstores still have the ability to hire someone to write attractive testimonials giving the pharmacy praises it does not deserve. Some pharmacies will even copy reviews from other pharmacies. The end goal of using fake testimonials is to lure in customers and steal from them.
The reviews I trusted and found to be true are the ones available on third-party review-collecting sites. The reviewed pharmacy will not have access to these testimonials. This means that the customers will be sharing the real experience they had when dealing with the online drugstore. The fact that Cndpharmacy.com was lacking third-party testimonials proves that there is a very high likelihood it was a fake pharmacy.
Cndpharmacy.com Reviews 2018
Cndpharmacy.com is already down as of 2018. This means that there is no way it can be having 2018 reviews if it lacked earlier testimonials. I used the second option to determine how safe the domain Cndpharmacy.com is. The program I used is Scam Adviser. Just like I would have expected for a failed online pharmacy with no third-party reviews, the drugstore had an unimpressive trust rating. Here are the results I got:
It is worth noting that the first thing scam adviser discovered about Cndpharmacy.com is that the drugstore was trying as much as possible to keep its physical location position hidden. The drugstore appeared to be most likely located in the United States. The drugstore was found to have a 0% trusting rating. Now, no person would have purchased medication from a pharmacy that has a 100% risk. This means that whenever a buyer sourced his or her meds from Cndpharmacy.com, the chances of being scammed and receiving nothing after paying or receiving fake pills were 100%. The lack of clients could be the reason why this pharmacy ended up being closed. The drugstore was being hosted on a server with a large number of risky websites. Also, it was associated with risky countries.
Cndpharmacy.com Coupon Codes
Cndpharmacy.com did not have coupon codes on third-party websites which host coupon codes. This was easy to determine since all I had to do was use a search engine. Generally, when an online pharmacy lacks coupon codes, it usually has some nice offers on its website. Determining whether Cndpharmacy.com did have some offers on its website was not possible. I could not add any meds to the cart where the coupons are usually hosted.
Cndpharmacy.com is a drugstore that does not appear to have been trustworthy. The likelihood of the drugstore having gone down as a result of poor quality services or may be due to a stiff competition are very high. The drugstore does not have any reviews on third-party reviews collecting websites. The drugstore scan on Scamadviser shows that trusting the drugstore could have been the wrong decision for an online shopper. The drugstore did have a huge catalog. This made it possible for buyers to get meds on the same website easy.
Author: Lance Freeman
Being one of the owners of a small but fast-growing marketing company, Lance Freeman has the natural passion for all things medical. He has founded drgstrs.com with his brother, who is also heavily involved with his wife’s medical supplies business. Freeman and his sibling have dedicated their time to educating people and promoting the benefits of generics by giving people the access to transparent, unbiased reviews through the drgstrs.com.