CVS Pharmacyready fill program

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i've been going to cvs for years now, just recently they say my insurance won't allow the ready fill program. so i decided to call my insurance company and low and behold they have nothing to do with cvs ready fill program, it's just a courtesy for their customers. so apparently the people who work for cvs blatantly lie to their customers. well they can say good bye to this customer as i have transfered my 15 prescriptions to rite aid maybe they'll appreciate my business and the money from the insurance and also the numerous relatives and friends i've talked to who will be switching pharmacies.

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    rxtechsince92 Jan 15, 2012

    State Medicaid programs and some insurances do NOT allow Ready fill programs as they do not want to refill prescriptions earlier than prescribed by the doctor. CVS system does not allow to enroll in readyfill in this case. No one is lying!!!

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