- This topic is empty.
April 7, 2004 at 4:59 pm #585067AnonymousInactive
I got this email today, from one of the Rx Programs I tried.
See if it sound familiar:
Just a quick note to update everyone on the situation regarding credit card orders and news about the addition of the drug strattera.
As most of you know about 10 days ago on a Friday visa and MasterCard pulled the plug on all offshore pharmacies including myrxforless.com. We had no advanced warning or indication of any problems, rather they simply cut us off.
Right away the owners of myrxforless.com sprang into action and began working on “eChecks” which allows the customer to be able to enter their check information online and pay for any products using their checking account. We had echecks up and running several days later. Please note that echecks are only available for our U.S. based customers which is the bulk of our online business (over 75%).
About Credit Card Orders
During the time the management team was putting the echeck system online we were also working on a new credit card merchant account offshore. Good news in that we have approval and should be able to process credit card orders by the end of the day today (tues april 6) or tomorrow. Were in the final stages of getting the credit card orders up and running as our programmer is now making changes to the code on the website.
Lastly I just wanted to comment about myrxforless.com and let everyone know that we are here for the long haul. As many of you know many online pharmacies have come and gone in the past 12 months but were still hear and are confident in our business practices and operation.April 7, 2004 at 7:35 pm #647622AnonymousInactive
Yep, that sounds familiar.April 7, 2004 at 11:14 pm #647642AnonymousInactive
Hope this credit card issue is only affecting some of the pharmacy programs.
I use rx-mex almost exclusively at the moment and so far it’s business as usual. Haven’t seen any decline in sales, in fact the opposite is true.
Also heard that Google adwords is also gonna pull the plug on pharmacy ads. Hope this happens later rather than sooner…