I had a family emergency and needed to leave town indefinitely, not knowing how long i was going to be away from home I decided I needed to fill a prescription.The rx happened to be four days short of a "30 day waiting period." That I was not aware of and I'm still not convinced denying my px was legal, safe or store policy.
Regardless he denied a px when i had a legal right to one. When I offered to show him the remaining pills I had- he refused!. I was not aware of this law'. The pharmacist did not tell me about the law?.
Instead, he implied that if I didn't abuse my pxs I wouldn't be out four days early'.
For a man with gray hair and his years I thought the man could say no respectfully; however, he chose an immature path;. Instead of explaining that there are federal laws that prevented me for obtaining my px, he accused me of being a junkie and told me "it didnt bother him that if I took my business elsewhere.."
If that is CVS's official response than that's fine'.
But I believe the corporation and his district manager will disagree with the man".I'll update y'all, I'm not dropping this issue until its over. 3012785