Medsearchonline Review – A Cheap Pharmacy without Any Proof of Quality Services is a Canadian pharmacy offering its services on the web. The pharmacy has been online for quite a while now. The drugstore was founded in 2005 which means people have already bought medications from the pharmacy for close to a decade a half now. The store indicates that the medications it offers are generally more than 88% cheaper than what buyers will pay for the same meds in the local pharmacies. The drugstore stated that they already have tens of thousands of buyers.

The pharmacy offers more than 20,000 brand and generic drugs. Some of the meds available on the drugstore included diabetes pills, insulin, erectile dysfunction meds, and others. All the pharmacy medications had already been approved by the FDA. Buyers generally do not need a prescription since the pharmacy offers a free pharmacist consultation. To determine how affordable the drugstore is, I checked the price for its erectile dysfunction pills. The price of Viagra ranged from $2.3 to $5.2 while the price for Cialis ranged from 0.86 dollars to 4.9 dollars. The price depends on the number of pills the buyer is purchasing. These prices are not the lowest that I have found online. However, they are very affordable.

The pharmacy accepts payments via credit cards. The accepted credit cards include Visa and Mastercard. directs its customers who wish to pay using a check to contact them first for coordination. If a buyer paid via the check, the money could take up to three weeks to clear. The pharmacy would not ship medications until the check had cleared. Med Search Online does not accept any insurance.

After paying for medications, they are shipped using the United States Postal Service (USPS). This shipping method costs buyers 10.99 dollars regardless of the number of pills purchased. All orders are processed within a period of 48 hours. Medications will take approximately 10 to 12 days to reach the buyer. In rare cases, drugs take up to 21 days. appears to sell meds to people located in the United States only. The delivery information available on the drugstore is for US customers only.

If a package fails to reach its destination in a period of 21 days, buyers are requested to contact the customer support department. The pharmacy will re-ship medications for free.

Buyers can contact via three main methods. The first method is its toll-free number. The number that buyers can use is 1 866 648 9142. Buyers can use the toll-free fax number which is 1 866 548 8621. Buyers who prefer communicating via the email can use the contact page to send the pharmacy an email. The pharmacy does not offer customer support services on a 24/7 basis. Buyers calls and emails will get replied to on Monday to Friday between 7:00am and 7:00pm (CST). On Saturdays, the drugstore offers customer support between 8:00am and 3:00pm. Buyers will not get any customer support services on Sundays. Reviews

I searched for testimonials written by buyers who have purchased their medications at I found it odd that Med Search Online has been online for almost a decade and a half and it has no testimonials. I don’t prefer sourcing any of my meds from an online pharmacy that does not have proof to show whether it is great or it is fake.

All the pharmacies I have found online which offer high-quality services and medications will have testimonials. The majority of the testimonials will be positive. There are fake pharmacies with positive testimonials on their pharmacy websites. These drugstores are not worth trusting since these reviews could be fake. The best reviews to trust should be on an external site. There is no possibility of the reviewed pharmacy to manipulate the reviews and hence they will reflect the nature of the services the drugstore offers. Reviews 2018

I also could not locate any testimonials written in 2018 by Med Search online customers. I decided to determine whether the pharmacy website has a great reputation by searching its domain address on scam adviser. I have captured the results I found below:

Medsearchonline Scam Adviser Report

When I loaded website on the web archives since the official website is currently under maintenance, the website indicated that this pharmacy has its location in Canada. However, according to, the drugstore has its location in the Russian Federation. Genuine pharmacies never lie about their physical location. has a safety rating of only 39%. This is not good enough for a site that expects people to trust it with both their money and health.

Medsearchonline CIPA Report

Since had indicated that it has its location in Canada, I decided to determine whether it has been approved by the pharmacy regulatory body called CIPA. Just as I had expected, the drugstore is not approved. Trusting a drugstore that has been approved by pharmacy regulatory bodies is a great idea. Coupon Codes

Med search online does not have any coupon codes either on its official website or on external websites which focus on offering coupon codes. The drugstore did not even have any offers which could help buyers save some of their money when sourcing medications from the pharmacy.

Conclusion is an affordable pharmacy that claims to have its physical location in Canada. However, the scam adviser report proves otherwise. There is a high likelihood the drugstore is lying. The pharmacy has a 39% safety rating and it is not approved by CIPA. This makes it a risky pharmacy. The pharmacy accepts payments via credit cards. This makes the pharmacy a little bit safe since buyers can dispute their money if the pharmacy fails to deliver meds. However, there is still the likelihood of credit card information getting stolen if the drugstore is really rogue.

Sharon Hawkins

About the Author: Sharon Hawkins

Sharon is a registered nurse that also happened to have a passion for writing. She is the author of various healthcare blogs/websites focused on allowing patients to express their experiences in their past treatments, medications or experience in online healthcare services. Wellbeing Files is one website close to her heart as it is the first platform she’s ever created after becoming a nurse practitioner.
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