Online Prescription Pharmacy

Written by Amy Hall
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If you have never used an online prescription pharmacy, you may be curious as to how it all works. Fortunately, most online Canadian pharmacies are straightforward and consumers can place orders with ease. Before you can request any prescription drug refills, you need to have a written authorization from your doctor for that medication.

In most cases, you will log onto the online prescription pharmacy and add the medications you need to your shopping cart. You will be asked to provide essential information such as your contact information, including your phone number, email address, postal address, your birth date, your doctor's name and contact information and, of course, the actual written prescription. In all likelihood you will have to send your written authorization via fax, or you can ask your doctor's office to do so on your behalf.

Once you have entered all of your information, you will be asked to supply a form of payment, usually in the form of a credit card number. If there is any question in your mind that the site's server is not secure, do not supply such information. You may be able to call a toll free number and place your order over the phone if you would feel more secure doing so. Delivery fees vary between companies, with some charging no delivery fee on orders over a certain amount of money.

Your Online Prescription Pharmacy

More and more consumers are purchasing their prescription medications via the Web because it simply is more convenient. The lower prices are another strong factor pulling consumers in the direction of the Web for buying prescription drugs. Whatever your reasons are for buying your prescriptions online, you can be sure that the process will save you both time and money.

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