Jack.Health is a Canadian online pharmacy that offers men’s health supplements along with a few other health products and consultation services. They allegedly served over a thousand men to date and solved their health problems by improving their lifestyle. All you need to do is find the right medication for your problem and place your prescription refill order with them for doorstep delivery. We reviewed the drugstore to find out whether they are the ideal choice for people in Canada or not.
The pharmacy’s domain was initially purchased on 1st March 2019 according to its Whois records and will continue to work till 1st March 2022. This means they are not very old in this business and have less than a year left in its expiry unless the owner chooses to renew the contract. They are also running on a GoDaddy.com server which is also a positive thing for the drugstore.
The drugstore has an above-average trust score of 70% on Scam Adviser as there are fewer critical security issues within the pharmacy. It seems like the owner chose to operate their business anonymously, which is not a good sign and may indicate a possible rogue business. They are a Canadian business and their main target audience is the Canadian people who are looking for treatment in their specific areas. Thankfully, their contact details are active and we got a prompt response from their representative who answered all our queries suggesting this is indeed a legit pharmacy.
Although it is a Canadian business, they are not affiliated with the local regulatory CIPA. This is another negative sign for the pharmacy. However, at the bottom of their website, they have a Legit Script seal that indicates they are a Legit Approved business. This was confirmed when we clicked on the seal that sends us to their Legit Script page, which had all the details regarding their certification.
The drugstore’s primary audience is Canadian men. They sell various products that catered to men’s various health issues.
Some of their products include:
- Hair Loss
- Men’s Health
- Migraine, and more
They require a valid prescription before they can sell their drugs, which you need to fax or email them. If you don’t have a prescription written for your condition, they also offer prescription services with applicable charges.
The drugs are priced reasonably indicating they are of good quality and produced with the best quality materials. The drugs are available per dose such as $8.55/dose, $10.45/dose, $20/dose, etc. It is on the higher side, but it also shows you will be getting good quality products and not poor, unverified drugs like rogue pharmacies.
You can purchase their products using all the major credit and debit cards such as AMEX, Visa, Mastercard, etc. If you have an insurance program that covers these types of medications, then the drugstore will give you a receipt that you can use for your claims.
However, the platform does not look secure as there is no SSL certificate from well-known vendors on their website and payment page that protects user data on the platform although the drugstore says if you can safely disclose your personal information and it won’t be shared with anyone else.
Unfortunately, the drugstore only serves in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Quebec, Newfoundland, and Labrador. They are not available globally and not even in the USA or other Canadian Region. Deliveries are free and the packaging is always discreet. However, they did not disclose the shipping options on their platform.
The drugstore does not have a testimonials page and instead, uses Trust Pilot’s external platform as their testimonials page. Trust Pilot has over 350 Jack.Health reviews are provided by their past customers and have an average trust rating of 3.7 out of 5. This shows they do deliver their products and most of their customers are satisfied with their purchases. Curiously though most of these reviews providers have only 2 or 3 reviews posted till now making the thing a lot more interesting.
Although it is a legit pharmacy, our findings were mostly a mixed bag. If you live in any of the supported regions, you can buy their products without any issues as they are verified and approved by a reputed regulatory body. However, the owner is anonymous, has no SSL certificate, and a few other negative findings did not permit us to give the drugstore full marks.