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We told you that Tramadol was going to become a controlled drug in June 2014. It now appears there has been a reprieve on that date and it's been pushed back at least until 2015. There are some things happening right now with non-controlled medications between the government and courts that could make it easier for all of us to get the medications we need, but it is still too early to tell. All we do know is that the date for Tramadol has been pushed back until sometime next year.
The new websites we launched earlier where you could order from international sources, are temporarily offline for different reasons. The good news is they should be back online soon with a much larger product offering and those in charge are working on a program where you will be able to get up to 11 refills with your one prescription. We do not have a definitive date yet when that will occur but it is going to be soon.
You may have also noticed we're able to again offer Tramadol in 180 counts. We have been able to take payment by COD only but that too is about to change. We expect to soon have new merchant accounts in place where you'll be able to purchase with your Debit or Credit Card. That we expect to happen in the weeks ahead. If you need to buy with a Credit or Debit card now, we can refer you to another website we operate at myrxwebd.com where you can get 180 count Tramadol and up to 120 Fioricet. This is a different pharmacy and not affiliated with this website, so you will need to create a new account. If you have questions, you can write us here or use the contact us page at myrxwebd.com.
COD's: We are taking orders by COD But they Must Be Paid by Money Order only. We cannot take Personal Checks. If you write a personal check, you're account will be suspended across all participating pharmacy websites.
We will be sending out email to every client who uses our websites soon to introduce you to a comparison shopping site where all this information on the different pharmacies, new regulations, new laws, and product specials can be presented in one central location. Watch your inbox for our email soon!
A:When we were accepting Personal Checks and also using the ACH method for payment, there were some clients who for one reason or another, did not have the funds available at the time the order was delivered.
Sometimes the client's bank did not forward the money. In these and other examples, the Pharmacy was never paid. Customer support made every effort to contact the people who had received medications but never paid for them, but for whatever reason they were never able to make contact.
If you have been banned, don't despair, you can contact us at 1-888-509-2510 where you can let them know you wish to clear your balance or show where you did pay, and you'll be able to order immediately.
A: We Ship To All States Except AR, ID, KY, MS, NC, ND, NY, OH, OK, SD, VA, WY and Bethel AK. In addition, we cannot ship Tramadol to Wyoming nor can we ship Levitra to MN or NH.
A: We now accept payment by Credit or Debit Card and COD using Money Orders Only, (see update above).
A: Yes you can. You will see an option in the order form when selecting the carrier and shipment option to leave your parcel at the facility. The local USPS office will hold it there for you, up to 14 days. We cannot ship to a PO Box, but if no one is home to meet the mail carrier, he or she will leave a note in your mailbox telling you they attempted delivery and where you can pick up your parcel.
A: We do our best to process all orders on the day we receive them. However, what time of day you order will have a big impact on when your order is shipped. Always allow and plan for a minimum of 24hr turn around time for orders. If you order on Monday, your order should be shipping on Tuesday. This varies according to supply and demand, there are only so many orders the pharmacy can produce in a day. If your order is taking longer, we understand your frustration. But please know that our pharmacy is working as hard as they can to get the orders out as fast as possible. Giving yourself an extra 24hrs will help you better plan ahead for your refill needs.
We use USPS to ship all of our packages. We offer Free Priority Mail delivery and you can choose the option of getting your order shipped Express Mail for a nominal $20 fee. While we do not conduct consultations on weekends or holidays, we do offer Saturday delivery on any order at no additional cost. When your order ships, USPS will deliver on Saturday at no additional fee. In other words, we make delivery 6 days a week instead of 5.
You will not see (at least initially), any option in the shopping cart to select "Saturday" delivery. But, if your order is placed Wednesday and ships Thursday using Priority 2-Day, it will arrive on Saturday.
A: The American Medical Association, effective 1 January 2006, issued a payment code permitting US physicians to claim from health insurance organisations for an online consultation.If you have had a physical exam recently and consider yourself healthy, you do not necessarily require another physical exam in order for you to obtain the medications we offer. Thousands of medical practitioners throughout the US are prescribing non controlled medications after only reviewing the patient's medical history, without a physical exam. In some cases the physician may require more information or require that a physical exam is performed. The medical factors that would prohibit a physician from prescribing these medications are discoverable through a review of the patient's medical history. There is no reason to suggest that an in-person review of this history is any more relevant than an online consultation.
A: There is no charge for the doctor's consultation or pharmacy fee on any of our drugs. All orders are shipped 2nd-day Air for free, so all you pay for is the medication.
A: We only ship the medications in the quantity listed on the web site.
A: All packages are discretely shipped in plain packaging for your privacy & security.
A:You can re-order through your personal Patient Portal or just reorder here on the website. Currently the portal will redirect you here anyway until the IT Dept does it's upgrading. In addition, you will receive an email from USAMdRx.com approximately 10 days before your prescription medication is set to run out. That email will contain links to your portal page where you can quickly and easily reorder any medication.
And don't forget, you can create your refill coupon from inside your account before you reorder. Click here to learn more about Cash Back rewards.
Q: WHY DOES IT SAY I AM BANNED?
Q: WHAT STATES DO YOU SHIP TO?
Q: WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
Please sign up for email notifications using the form below. This way, anytime something changes, whether it's new payment options or changes in pricing, we can let you know quickly. We will only use this information to send notifications to you and will not give your name and email to anyone, rent it to anyone or sell it to anyone. And you can unsubscribe at anytime.
Q: CAN I HAVE MY ORDER HELD AT USPS?
Q: HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO RECEIVE MY ORDER?
Q: ISN'T A PHYSICAL EXAM NEEDED TO DETERMINE IF I SHOULD RECEIVE THESE MEDICATIONS?
Q: HOW MUCH DO YOU CHARGE FOR THE CONSULTATION?
Q: CAN I ORDER LARGER QUANTITIES?
Q: HOW WILL THE PRODUCT BE PACKAGED?
Q: HOW DO I REORDER?