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I just got off the phone with customer service
at my new prescription med department.
What a hoot that was.
I have two prescriptions that are going to end soon.
I can do three months at a local pharmacy.
Otherwise, I have to get the prescription
transferred to the mail out only kind.
Only when I went to the site,
after signing in or up,
and clicking the transfer a prescription button,
I got sent to the 90 day site.
Thus, after saying many things to the machine ladies voice,
talked to a customer service person.
I have one that was a twelve month prescription
and one that only has one month left on it.
(All meds that I'm on for my kidney and heart.)
My kidney Dr. had given me a four month supply,
until my next appointment with him.
I was told they would not pay for this last month.
They only do a 90 day supply.
During this conversation,
I started to laugh.
This was after I started to
voice my opinion at the
absurdness of saying they
wouldn't pay for a one month supply
of medication for me.
All crazy to me.
So, I think after all of this,
I might get some heart meds in the mail.
She asked if they could automatically
use my credit card for further charges.
I said no to that one.
Ask me first please.
Then, I asked for another prescription card.
We have four in the family and they only gave us two.
Was told they can only send one card, every thirty days.
Again, I laughed.
So, that's what I did with a chunk of my morning.
Insurance companies and their prescription companies are crazy.
She asked me if I had a local office of this prescription company.
(It does have them in some states.)
Told her no, none in my state.
Couldn't she have looked that up ?
Doesn't she work for them ?
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Oh, and Big Al is doing fine.
Mad at me for giving him
his pink liquid meds
but doing fine under the bed.
(he's hiding from me)
~ JC ~