Previously called DrugWorldCanada.com this pharmacy now has the domain name canadianpharmacyworld.com. (We changed the URL in our listing when we first detected the change, in November 2016).
I have been dealing with DWC for several years. They are real and deliver what they represent.
I have no complaints
I agree with the previous review, a lot of Canadian Pharmacies seem to rush through everything but DrugWorldCanada really took the time to cover every detail for me, there was no suprises.
Drug World Canada is one of several websites operated by Candrug Health Solutions (they all list the same physical address in British Columbia), but Drug World Canada gives free first-class mail delivery on purchases. They offer a comprehensive variety of products, some OTC and others requiring a prescription. Their website was easy to use, and there were no hidden charges. I placed an order for sildenafil citrate (generic Viagra). I received an email confirmation, and within a few hours, they telephoned me to verify the order, confirm that I knew it would be made in India, that it would be a generic product, and that I needed to fax my prescription to their toll-free (from the USA) number. They even provided a nice downloadable form for me to tape my prescription to, for faxing purposes. Next day I faxed the scrip, and a half hour later DWC called again to say they'd received the scrip, at which point they attempted to charge my credit card--and unfortunately my card immediately refused the purchase. But DWC explained that it sometimes happens, and that I could clear the purchase thru my bank. Well a few minutes later, my BANK called ME, worried about fraud! But I told them it was legit, and they immediately re-activated my card and pre-authorized the purchase. I called DWC back, and billing was successful. Whew!
18 business days later, I received a signature-required notice in my mailbox, so I went to the postoffice and got the discreetly-packed box. The "generic Viagra" turned out to be the common brand Suhagra, which is manufactured by Cheminnova Pharmaceuticals, and marketed as a generic by Cipla Ltd. of India. Each box contained 4 tablets, with a Drug World Canada label stuck to it, including my name and prescript. info., just like a domestic prescription would be. This probably helps in the event customs inspects the package. See the pictures I posted on photobucket, under my username "mks-magician".
The oval, light-blue Suhagra pills were scored, making it easy to break in half, and had the familiar bitter taste of sildenafil citrate. While they did have the desired effect, they seemed less potent than brand-Viagra, and a double-dose was required. But even with double-dosing, these are one-fourth the price I'd have to pay for brand Viagra. No unexpected charges to my card and no junk email so far. My experience with Drug World Canada was fairly good, and I would consider them for future purchases.