Choosing a safe online pharmacy
Ordering medicines online has the following advantages:
- High-quality medicines. As in local pharmacies, the seller is fully responsible and guarantees that all medications fully meet international requirements.
- A wide range of pharmacy products.
- Convenient website interface. Everyone, without exception, can use the online pharmacy page. You can instantly find the necessary drug and place an order anywhere in the US.
- You can order generic Viagra pills that are not available at local stores.
- Regular promotions and special offers. Customers who use the site have the chance to purchase pharmaceutical products with bonuses.
The main pharmacist at Rite Aid Pharmacy, Annie, is an amazing person! She’s been my go-to pharmacist since 2005. (Back when she was employed by a chain pharmacy.) She cautiously dispenses medicine and makes sure it doesn’t cause any conflict with any other meds. She takes the time to talk to doctors/patients about a care plan. Family owned and operated.
I am a transfer from Brent-Air. I got called twice today from the automated CVS caller on a reminder to refill. Both times I was unable to press the correct # before the message ran on. So I called back after the second call and was put on hold by an automated phone system and forced to listen to distorted piano music, waiting for the pharmacy to answer. After 10 mins, I got in my car and drove there while still on hold. Twenty minutes! Brent-Air answers within 4 rings! Might have to change pharmacies if this is your regular practice.
Giant Pharmacy It’s a shock to see a chain pharmacy over 4 stars. I needed an antibiotic for my kid, and it took them well over an hour. It could be the lack of help that Walgreens limits or poor management. Either way, this isn’t the first time I have waited for what is a simple amoxicillin prescription. I will have to use a pharmacy a bit more reliable.
I won’t be returning to this Walgreens. Here’s what happened: I went there in the afternoon to pick up a western union money gram. I didn’t see any sign on where the service desk was. There was only one person in line at the time, so I waited for the cashier to stop talking, and I asked where to go. With an attitude, she said, “just wait” then the cashier tried adding everything together for the other customer, and the customer repeated that she needed separate receipts, and the cashier gave her an attitude. She finally got done, and the cashier told me to go to the kiosk. She couldn’t have told me that short response while I waited for her to fix HER mistake? I go to the kiosk, and upon completion, it says to go to the cashier, which I did, and now she says to go to the photo desk cashier, which wasn’t anywhere to be found. Then I had to go back to her again, and she tells me to go back to the photo desk and wait. She then gets on the intercom and asks for someone to help. The whole time there was no line for her, and she could have been a lot more helpful. I’ve been a customer of Walgreens for about 30 years and have always been treated well and felt like they appreciated my patronage, especially since there are so many other options here. This cashier made me feel like I was bothering her. She doesn’t have people skills and should be doing stock or something besides dealing with the public. Now I’ll just go to the closest store and not be concerned about loyalty. If she doesn’t want or like her job, she should change and not be the service standards down.
I can’t count the number of times I’ve stood in line at CVS and thought I’d pay so much to not have to waste time in this line – especially when I’d be told filling the prescription would take 15 minutes (but really 45). Now I don’t have to wait and wonder. I get stuff called in here, and they deliver it hassle-free. Never looking back.
The pharmacist, man, looks foreign, is not at all helpful. He’s rude and condescending. I’ve had 2-3 encounters with him, and as of today, I no longer have my Rx there and will not make another purchase at here.
Ever since taking over my pharmacy (Rite Aid), they have bitten off way more than they can handle. When you call, you are put on hold, and when you pick up a prescription, you wait in line up to 20 minutes easily. I don’t blame the employees as they added the work of another entire pharmacy, and they just can’t keep up. The final straw was I tried to refill a prescription, and they are out of stock for three weeks.
High ceilings, nice staff, expensive, not much variety. ViaQX Pharmacy is smaller but better except for the fresh sushi made daily at 40 Wall with a huge variety made on the spot! 1 person at the counter, 10 people online.