PharmacyChecker Verification Program

PharmacyChecker.com was established in 2003 to help consumers find qualified online pharmacies. Eligible pharmacies may apply to the PharmacyChecker Verification Program in which they are verified for licensure and standards of pharmacy practice, and monitored for continued compliance with program standards. Websites authorized to publish the PharmacyChecker Seal market and sell prescription drugs dispensed from licensed pharmacies in good standing in the countries where they are located.


The program is open to pharmacies and online pharmacies, including retail, wholesale, HMO and veterinary pharmacies. Pharmacies in the U.S., Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand, Singapore, Turkey, or the UK may be eligible to participate in the Verification Program. We suggest that you contact us prior to submitting your application if you are based in a country other than these. Pharmacies in certain countries, including India, Singapore and Turkey, are subject to an onsite inspection.


To better understand how PharmacyChecker verifies and monitors online pharmacies to protect public health, use the links below to access documents detailing the Verification Program:



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All applicants accepted into the program must agree to theĀ Verification Program Membership and Seal Agreements

 Pharmacy Applicants

(Includes Wholesale and Veterinary)



  • Valid pharmacy license in U.S., Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand, Singapore, Turkey, the UK or other accepted country
  • Valid U.S. DEA registration if selling controlled substances and, if selling Schedule II controlled substances, compliance with Ryan Haight Act, including Valid DEA Internet registration and website disclosure
  • Valid prescription required
  • Customer privacy policy and transaction security on site
  • Correct contact information on site
  • Acceptance of PharmacyChecker Membership Agreement
  • Acceptance of PharmacyChecker Verification Program Seal Agreement
    Inspection performed by PharmacyChecker if applicable. For more information, refer to: PharmacyChecker Inspection Program, above
  • Proof of U.S. FDA registration for human drug compounding Outsourcing Facilities as provided under Section 503B of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, if your pharmacy compounds sterile drugs products for bulk sales to hospitals and other healthcare providers (this only applies to licensed U.S. pharmacies); see the FDA's website.

 Online Pharmacy Applicants

(Includes prescription drug-selling websites that refer orders to pharmacies):


  • Prescription orders filled with PharmacyChecker verified pharmacies only
  • Valid prescription required
  • Customer privacy policy and transaction security on site
  • Correct contact information on site
  • If selling Schedule II controlled substances in the U.S., compliance with Ryan Haight Act, including valid U.S. DEA registration and website disclosure.
  • If selling internationally within the European Union (EU), a valid EU online pharmacy logo must be displayed on the website. See the European Union website for more information.
  • Acceptance of PharmacyChecker Membership Agreement
  • Acceptance of PharmacyChecker Verification Program Seal Agreement.



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Fees:
Upon application, there is a $395 non-refundable processing fee per applicant/pharmacy. If approved, there is a $125 monthly fee per pharmacy (the first two months are free). You can cancel at any time but will not be able to continue to use the seal nor advertise in the PharmacyChecker Listing Programs.

*Additional application fees apply to pharmacies subject to inspection. Contact us for more information.

PharmacyChecker.com reserves the right to disqualify any applicant if it, or any person associated with it, was, directly or indirectly, found by PharmacyChecker.com to be in violation of the Verification Program.