CVS Pharmacy / repeated mistakes on presctiptions

Review updated:

For the second time, CVS has shorted me on a Focalin prescription. Both times they acknowledged their mistake and apologized, but this is unacceptable. Focalin is a controlled substance and they demonstrate a lack of attention and capability- I'm sure this will happen again.

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  • Ja
      Sep 14, 2010

    I would tend to agree that more care should have been made in counting out your prescription. It should have been double counted.

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  • Fr
      Jul 11, 2011

    Today 7/11/11 I too was ripped off at the Broad Street Bloomfield NJ store. A refill for 90 pills that cost me 1.50 each and cost my insurance Company $1.16 each. for a total cost of $2.66 each. The prescription called for 90 pills - the bottle was short 56 pills for a loss to me of $84.00 and to the Insurance Co. $64.96. The reason I bothered to count the pills: the refill seemed to come up too soon. To me, it seemed that the Pharmacist might be pocketing the pills to be sold away from the store.
    I am pursuing this with CVS corporate and possibally with NJ.

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