FillMyScript.co
FillMyScript.co

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Medication Search & Price Comparison
(Generic name search will yield better results)


Frequently Asked Questions

Why are generic medicines so inexpensive?

The difference between brand-name medicine and a generic ones lies in their names, shapes, and prices. A generic drug is usually named after its active ingredient, while a manufacturer uses a brand name. However, a manufacturer cannot exclusively possess a patent for a certain chemical agent; this is why manufacturers of generic medications can legally produce the so-called "generics." They are the same chemically, and since their active ingredient is identical, they have the same medical effect. Buying a generic medication is thus cheaper, but gets you the same results!

Why do the generic pills I received look different?

The contents of your generic pills are absolutely the same as those of the branded versions. The difference lies in their name, shape, and color only. Manufacturers of generic drugs are not allowed to use brand names on their pharmaceuticals, as that would constitute a breach of copyright; using the names of well-known ingredients, however, is absolutely legal.

How can I be sure of the quality of the medication you offer?

All generic products are made by overseas pharmaceutical manufacturers in state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities. These are the same companies that manufacture (and export in bulk) the drugs that go into the making of the world's best-selling brands. In the new global economy, manufacturing is increasingly being outsourced to overseas facilities of parent companies or third-party suppliers. Any new advances in manufacturing technology are naturally invested in these overseas facilities, rather than in pharmaceutical companies' little-used US and European factories. Our drugs are manufactured in state-of-the-art facilities that fully comply with the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) stipulations laid down by the US FDA.

What happens when I submit my order?

Your order is dispatched through our order system to a licensed pharmacist who will review the information you have submitted, and approve or decline your request.

How does the online consultation work?

Our websites follow a detailed procedure before granting a prescription. The online diagnostic assessment used by pharmacists to diagnose patients is far more thorough than any list of questions a doctor asks a patient during a routine visit. All prescriptions are dispensed only by pharmacists that are fully licensed by the appropriate authorities in their state of residence. These doctors go beyond regulatory requirements by examining each patient file for a broad range of related medical issues, such as anxiety and depression.

Do I have to buy a membership to order?

We do not require you to purchase a membership or subscribe to any newsletters. You may immediately add items to your cart and checkout fast and free, from the convenience of your own home!

What will appear on my credit card statement?

Charges from us will appear under various discreet names on your credit card statement. You will be informed in your order confirmation email of the exact name. If you have any doubts, please contact us first! Charges are non-refundable. Disputed charges, including all reversal fees, will be collected by our debt collection contractors.

Can you accept insurance?

No, we cannot accept insurance.

Is FillMyScript.com a certified pharmacy?

FillMyScript.com is not a pharmacy. We provide secure transactions between patients and medical providers. We contract with reputable, fully-licensed pharmacies that dispense medications to customers placing orders through our online escrow service. Our websites act as a medication broker between you (the buyer) and the licensed pharmaceutical house of business (i.e. the pharmacy - the seller).

Should a client contact customer service by phone or email, how long will they take to respond?

The client is either called or emailed within and no later than 48 hours after making initial contact.

Is the client notified of when to expect the order?

The client is sent an email stating that the order has been dispatched and when to expect it - i.e., the estimated time of arrival (ETA) quote.