is this a scam or did i just get a free drug card

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gina55
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   Posted 12/11/2012 2:01 PM (GMT -6)   
I also get my discount drug card from Medicationcoupons.com. I have come across some cards that charge a fee, which is ridiculous because there are many that don't. This card always saves me money on my meds. To who ever said that you can't use it if you're on medicare or medicaid, you can't, these cards are designed to be used by people with no health insurance. I realize that some people may not benefit from the cards, but I do and it really helps me.

Patbat
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   Posted 6/13/2013 3:13 PM (GMT -6)   
Are insurance companies using the Rx programs to profile patients to "manage" them (including managing them out the door), and then to market to them?

Skeptic50
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   Posted 6/27/2013 3:31 PM (GMT -6)   
I will be very transparent, I work for Watertree Health, a distributor of a FREE prescription discount card. Having said that, I can tell you that this company is trying to change the image of the discount card by doing things above board. They will mostly direct you to their sites: http://www.watertreehealth.com or http://www.watertreehealthcard.com where you can find out more about them and download a card if you so choose. You can have one sent to you as well. The card provides significant discounts which the PBMs they have partnered with have negotiated with the pharmaceutical companies. Kind of what companies do when negotiating better rates on employee benefits. The company does not employ mass mailing tactics. They rely on word of mouth, news articles about them and the help of partnerships like the one they have with former basketball great, John Salley who played for the Pistons, the Bulls and the Lakers and now promotes the card - and the network of reps they work with across the country who know their community's needs best. They also adhere to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the law that prohibits obtaining or selling any personal information including name, address, or prescription information of people who use the card. There is nothing scammy about them and you can speak to their CMO or CEO. Or if you like, you can ask me any questions. We have a pretty robust twitter page and facebook page. We are not hiding anything. We simply want to make sure that people get relief from the high price of prescriptions needed to get better. Our twitter page is https://twitter.com/watertreehealth. If you have any questions post them there or here directed to me.

Doug1959
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   Posted 7/11/2013 10:39 AM (GMT -6)   
I had a real need for help with the cost of the prescription drugs I was having to pay for.  I was referred to:
 
Whole Health Enterprises
 
Go to this website and fill out and you can print your card to take to your local pharmacy.  Card accepted nationwide and its FREE! No scam!
 
I save over $80 each month by using this pharmacy discount card.
 
I hope this helps someone like it does me.

Luisa1948
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   Posted 8/26/2013 3:45 PM (GMT -6)   
I sent for rxreliefcard online and got the card. Well this card isn't helping me. The pharmacy I get my prescriptions from gives me a better discount than this card. Example: I pay $283.90 for my insulin. When they tried the rxrelief card they were going to charge me $369.00. The card is in the trash bin now.

Luisa1948
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   Posted 8/26/2013 3:50 PM (GMT -6)   
One more thing. I pulled up their website which is www.rxreliefcard.com and it won't open. The window keeps telling me there is an error each time I try to open it.
My husband found this link about scams, in particular rxreliefcard.com: http://www.thebrilliantassistant.com/2012/08/13/rxreliefcard-legit-or-scam/

stkitt
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   Posted 8/27/2013 1:49 PM (GMT -6)   
This thread is from 2006 therefore I am locking it down as the info is perhaps outdated.
 
 Drug Discount Card:
 
To the best of my knowledge needymeds is a legitimate card however, if you read you will see that it is not going to pay 100% of your drugs.  The best thing to do is to ask your pharmacy which card or option gives you the best price at the pharmacy you use.
 
HealingWEll is in no way promoting this card; this info was submitted by members that have used this service just like HW does not guarantee that any info share between members is accurate.  This is a peer support forum only for sharing what may have helped you.
 
 
 

~~Kitt~~
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GERD/Heartburn and Heart/Cardiovascular Disease.



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