Don't be forced into Mail-Order Pharmacy
We've heard that insurance companies are trying to convince customers to switch to mail order. If you'd rather do business in person with a local druggist who knows you and can advise you in person whenever you have problems, here are some suggestions:
- If someone telephones you and insists that you go mail order, tell them no. They're trained to keep demanding, so once you tell them no, you may just have to hang up.
- If you receive a "transfer letter" in the mail from your insurance company, legally you are not required to respond. If you would like to bring it to us, we will explain exactly what it means.
- If you have already been coerced into transferring your prescriptions, you can call to cancel the mail order prescriptions and your we can contact your doctor for new ones.
We thank you for your business and wish you good health!