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Quality Prescription Drugs frequently asked questions (FAQ)

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Bullet Point How much does it cost to have my prescriptions filled?
Bullet Point Why do prescription drugs cost so little?
Bullet Point What amount of money am I able to save?
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Is there a significant difference between prescription drugs bought in Canada and the U.S.?
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Is it better to buy a brand name drug or a generic drug?
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If I can’t find the prescription drug I’m looking for does that mean you do not carry it?
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How long does it take for prescription drugs to reach me by mail?
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Can I return my medications if I no longer need them?
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Do you ship your medications internationally outside the United States?
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More information about our Canadian pharmacy online
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What if I have a problem with my medication.
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What if I have a concern about customer service or prices, etc.
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How will the medications be delivered and how long will they take?
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Do you only sell Canadian drugs or do you sell from other countries as well?

Can you mail my prescription drugs to me?

Yes. We are permitted by customs to mail you a 90 day supply or a 90 day refill of your prescription drugs. No restrictions on the number of prescriptions you may order exist. [How to order]

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How much does it cost to have my prescriptions filled?

The total cost is the price of your prescription drugs, plus a fee of $9.00 to cover shipping and handling. Additional charges may apply for overweight packages. All prices quoted on QualityPrescriptionDrugs are in US Dollars.

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Why do your prescription drugs cost so little?

Price controls are the main reason we keep our prices low . The Canadian government has a limit on how much pharmaceutical manufacturers are permitted to charge for brand-name drugs and restricts succeeding price increases. [check prices of Canadian prescription drugs]

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What amount of money am I able to save?

The majority of our patients save between 20 and 80 percent, which can end up saving you hundreds of dollars with each prescription you order.

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Is there a significant difference between prescription drugs bought in Canada and the U.S.?

Some Canadian prescription drugs have different brand names than those manufactured in the U.S.. If your medication is unavailable or is available under a different brand or type, we will be sure that either you or your doctor are informed ahead of time. notify

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Is it better to buy a brand name drug or a generic drug?

A generic drug is just as good as the same brand name drug. They are similar in dosage, safety, strength, how it is taken, quality, performance and intended use.

Generic drugs also use the same active ingredients, therefore having the same risks and the same benefits, and working the same in your body as the brand name type of drug.

Generic drugs cost less because those who manufacture generic drugs don’t have to invest in the cost of the developer of a new drug. New drugs are created under patent protection. This protects the research, development, marketing, and promotion of the investment. The patent also gives the company the solitary right to sell the drug. Patents nearing the date of expiration require the manufacturer to apply to sell the generic version. Due to the fact that these manufacturers have cheaper development costs, their prices can be much lower. When generic drugs are approved, there is a larger amount of competition which keeps the prices of generic drugs on the low end of the scale. Nearly 50 percent of all prescriptions filled today are filled with generic alternatives.

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If I can't find the prescription drug I’m looking for does that mean you do not carry it?

No. Our pharmacies have several other prescriptions available which are not listed online. If you do not see the prescription you are seeking do not hesitate to contact us at 1-877-244-0429.

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How long does it take for prescription drugs to reach me by mail?

1 month for delivery of prescriptions is the maximum amount they should take to reach you by mail.

 

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If I am unsatisfied with the product, what is the return policy?

Because we work in conjunction with licensed pharmacies to protect the safety of you and other parties involved, once a prescription and non-prescription products have been dispensed it cannot be returned for any reason. Under the pharmaceutical law prescription drugs are not returnable. All sales are final. So before ordering (completing your order) please consult with your physician regarding your medications.

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Do you ship your medications internationally outside the United States?

No, QualityPrescriptionDrugs.com does not ship internationally outside the United States.

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More information about our Canadian pharmacy online?

We understand that we may have not addressed all of your questions in-depth on this page, that's why we have developed a Canadian pharmacy online customer support site which aims to answer questions you may have about filling Canadian prescriptions. We also want to hear what you think about our customer support site! Send us feedback if you feel that we have overlooked an important question.

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What if I have a problem with my medication?

All health related issues should be addressed to our Pharmacy Helpline at 1-855-218-5085. Our team will get back to you promptly.

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What if I have a concern about customer service or prices, etc.?

Our Customer Care Specialists team works seven days a week and are here to help you. Please call them during our stated business hours.

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How will the medications be delivered and how long will they take?

The medications will be delivered by mail and will take approximately 10 to 18 business days.

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Do you only sell Canadian drugs or do you sell from other countries as well?

In addition to dispensing from a Canadian dispensing pharmacy, we also dispense your medications from international fulfillment centres that are approved by the regulatory bodies from their respective countries. We affiliate with dispensaries in the following jurisdictions that ship product to our customers: Canada, Mauritius, New Zealand, Singapore, Turkey, United Kingdom, India and the United States.

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