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Question DetailsAsked on 2/22/2017

Is SafeCare Services LLC pharmacy discount drug cards legimate ?

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Answered 3 years ago by Member Services


You could Google for complaints about them - but there are a LOT of SafeCare company names out there, which may or may not be related- some of which have a LOT of complaints and terrible BBB ratings. (And it takes a LOT of bad behavior to get a bad BBB rating).

Here are links to a couple of previous similar questions - not about this particular card name, but about pharmacy savings cards in general. Note that many of these are from companies which change the card name frequently - and make their money by selling your personal information to third parties, so there is a significant security risk. I asked my pharmacist about these cards, and they said each transation is reported to the card company with prescription info, customer name, customer identifying information (DOB or SSN or whatever they have) so potentially there is a lot of personal info at risk.

Also - not all these cards save you money - there are a number of outfits out there acting as prescription brokers which cut contracts with phramacies (commonly chain ones) where the amount you pay may well be MORE, not less, using the card (or using health insurance). I found with my health insurance provider, for instance, that if they have my insurance company in the system the 20% copay on the prescription is MORE than the over-the-counter price of drugs - PLUS the insurance company is paying another 80% on top of that ! Crooked as it comes.

Basically - if you did not request this card, assume your using it is worth a WHOLE lot more to them than to you.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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