Es besteht die Gefahr d. Identitätsdiebstahls/ Kreditkartenmissbrauchs.
Werden Medikamente angeboten, sind das keine echten und bergen die Gefahr schwerer Erkrankung/ Vergiftung/ des Tods.
This site carries the risk of identity theft/ credit card abuse.
If drugs are offered, they won’t be real drugs and carry a risk of diseases/ poisoning/ dying.
I have used this site for several years. I have always had good customer service. It's easy to get a real person to talk to if you have a question or concern. I have also saved a lot of money buying my prescriptions from them.
NABP seems to be an American pharmacy trade group dedicated to making all online nonAmerican pharmacies look shady. I used CanadaDrugsOnline for over a year to get a prescription I need regularly, and have gotten several deliveries, on time, at a reasonable cost (much cheaper than inflated US prices). I noticed that all the negative comments refer people to NABP, which also claims that an online pharmacy in Israel that I have had only positive experience with over the past year is not to be trusted. Really? The people (or person) who panned CanadaDrugsOnline have also posted the same three negative comments on most or all of the other online overseas pharmacy sites on NABP's "not recommended" list. I say NABP is not to be trusted.
Though this company sell out of Canada, it is licensed to sell by the Canadian pharmaceutical board. They have always deliver what they say they will deliver on time. I have not had any of the drugs analyzed, but they seem to work as expected. I am not aware of any spam coming from this site. I have never had a phishing experience with them. I am an experience technical person.
Site is NOT RECOMMENDED by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP®).
Site appears to be an internet drug outlet out of compliance with applicable laws or NABP patient safety and pharmacy practice standards.
NABP is an independent international association established in 1904 that helps its member boards to develop, implement, and enforce uniform standards to protect public health. Members include boards of pharmacy in the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. http://www.nabp.net