My Podiatrist wished for (Dr. Michael Klein, Oceanside NY) wished for me to start a new medication called JUBLIA.
I am disabled and retired from a large corporation which fortunately allowed ne to retain my prescription drug benefits at no cost to me other than the cost of co-pays for each medication through Express Scripts - the same plan I have been on for about 30 (thirty) years. The Doctor handed me several glossy advertisements from PHILIDOR PHARMACY in Hatboro, PA stating that there was a ZERO co-pay for the cost of this medication. This was stated in SEVERAL PLACES on all the marketing material! The doctor's office also stated to me that they provided all the medical information to Philidor and all I needed to do when I returned from my appointment was to call them with my home address for shipping.
Upon returning home from my appointment I dialed Philidor's toll-free number and was ASSURED by their representative that there was a ZERO co-pay for Jublia. Two days later a phone call from Philidor requested my credit card number so they could now process the $75 MONTHLY co-pay! THIS IS JUST THE OPPOSITE of what was stated in their marketing material as well as by their own phone representatives! I naturally refused to give this company my credit card information, however, I did call my local family-owned pharmacy in the town in which I live.
I explained the situation to my pharmacist (Long beach Chemists - Long Beach NY) who promptly contacted my Podiatrist. Jublia was delivered to my front door within hours - with a mere $35 Co-pay - less than half of the $75 co-pay demanded by Philidor - which markets ZERO CO-PAYS! All this aggravation was completely unnecessary and resulted in my not having the medication for a week while all this nonsense with Phiidor took place.
The relationship with Philidor and Jublia (Valeant Pharmaceuticals) is also unclear and needs to be evaluated. I have retained all the "marketing propaganda" from Philidor/Jublia/Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
Reviewer is in unhappy mood. Please immediately contact the author of this review to discuss "fraud" of jublia prescription and associated monetary loss in the amount of $900. Philidor Rx Services needs to offer any options to resolve the issue according to poster's claims.
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