Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Website Spotlight:

The same pharmacy that brought you generic prescription medications at wholesale prices has just made it even easier to make unheard-of savings on your family’s healthcare needs - is now offering a 30-day free trial membership for new members. has always offered wholesale prices to their subscribed members. However, now you can sign-up, order and have your prescriptions delivered direct to your home before you pay your membership fee. Going forward the Company will only authorize a major credit or debit card. If the customer is satisfied they do not have to do anything, and after 30 days they will be charged their full membership fee for the 3-month subscription to the wholesale pharmacy service. If they are not satisfied they can cancel and will not have paid a dollar.
“Our product is saving people so much money that we are putting our own money where our mouth is. The uninsured and underinsured of America have been taken advantage of for decades so it is understandable that they are skeptical of our claims.” said Santo Leo, founder and CEO of “So now you can order prescriptions at our wholesale prices for 30 days before we charge you our 3-month subscription fee. We will contact your doctor, get a new prescription, and make sure it arrives on time before you run out of medication… before you are even charged for a membership. You have nothing to lose, just thousands to save.”
On average, members of save 93% on their medications, which today is more than $5,000 per member.  This just goes to show that the mark-up in other retail pharmacies is out of touch with the affordability needs of the average American household.
About is the only wholesale pharmacy service in America. Members typically pay 50% less through our licensed pharmacy service compared to using "discount cards" like GoodRx and BlinkHealth. Members don't price shop. They pay wholesale. And they don't drive or wait in line. Members get their prescriptions delivered to their door from a licensed American pharmacy.

No comments:

Post a Comment