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10 Simple Steps to Guarantee You are Ordering Your Medicationsfrom: from a Legitimate Online Pharmacy
Buying medications online can save you a lot of money but you
must be smart about it. Use these steps can help to ensure that
you are buying from a licensed, reputable pharmacy. Not
following these steps would be "rolling the dice" with your
1. Never order your medications from an online pharmacy that
does not require a prescription. It's against the law for a
pharmacy to sell prescription drugs to people who don't have
prescriptions for them. Reputable online pharmacies verify each
prescription they receive before filling the order.
2. Do not order from an "online pharmacy" that will provide you
with a prescription based on a questionnaire and without a
3. The pharmacy that you are buying from should have a licensed
pharmacist available to answer your questions.
4. Make sure that the pharmacy lists a physical address and a
toll-free number through which you can contact the pharmacy.
5. Avoid websites that sell only "lifestyle" drugs such as those
drugs for treating obesity, herpes, impotence, pain and acne.
6. The pharmacy must be properly licensed in the state or
province in which they operate. The pharmacies license number
and the name of their licensing body should be stated
prominently on their website.
7. If ordering from Canada, you can be assured that a Canadian
pharmacy is a legitimate Canadian pharmacy if they carry the
Canadian International Pharmacy Association (CIPA) seal and are
listed on the CIPA website at www.ciparx.com. Some websites have
placed the CIPA seal on their websites even though they are not
members. Therefore, it is important to click on the seal and
check the CIPA website to verify.
8. Look for the Better Business Bureau, Pharmacy Checker and
Square Trade seals.
9. Be sure that the pharmacy's website has a privacy and
10. Do not use websites that claim "miracle cures", "new cures"
Although, it can take a bit of extra time, checking out the
pharmacy thoroughly is extremely important and can be very
worthwhile in terms of savings. There are many incidents of
supposed "online pharmacies" sending inferior or counterfeit
medications to unsuspecting individuals. Legitimate pharmacies
will only use high quality products and take your health very
seriously. It is quite simple to take the appropriate steps to
feel confident that you are receiving high-quality medications.
Follow these 10 steps and you will be safe.
About the author:
Jeremy Cockerill is a licensed pharmacist and the co-founder and
pharmacy manager of UniversalDrugstore.com. Mr. Cockerill
graduated from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of
Manitoba with Honors in 1998. Mr. Cockerill is the recipient of
the 2005 Manager of the Year award from the Manitoba Customer
Contact Association. http://www.universaldrugstore.com
Copyright 2006 Jeremy Cockerill
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