Guardian Pharmacy Of Florida
150 CLAIMED LOSSES
3 TOTAL REVIEWS
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Original review updated by user Jan 19, 2023This pharmacy is really terrible. They don't file with insurance and try to charge the customer instead. They charged $86 for ensure (OTC) and I could have gotten it from Amazon for $30. They also charged $68 for a few pills for pneumonia and never filed it with insurance. Run away from these people.
User's recommendation: Don't deal with this company. Go anywhere else.
Cape Coral, Florida
You may think that your prescriptions are covered by your insurance and that you only may have a co-pay but they charge an additional fee to repackage your prescriptions. How about $237.90 a month just for that. There is nothing you can do because you are forced to use Guardian. Look into this before signing a contract with them. I was paying just a $28.00 deductible co-pay for 15 prescriptions at Public supermarket before my mother went into a Assisted Living Facility in Alpharetta, Georgia. Now I am paying a higher co-pay plus a re-packaging charge.
West Palm Beach, Florida
Reason of review
Consumer Alert: Guardian Pharmacy double bills seniors
My elderly parents live in senior residence and have signed up to have their prescriptions delivered by Guardian pharmacy to a store inside the facility. They also signed up for automatic payment through a credit card. While Guardian does charge the credit card immediately, they also send a bill with a list of prescriptions and their costs. However no where on the bill does it state that the prescriptions have already been charged to a credit card. The bill includes a due date and an envelope to send payment. Guardian also sends out a reminder letter a few days after saying they have not received payment, and therefore my mother (and other seniors) write them a check, forgetting that they have automatic payment. This practice of double billing is deceptive and Guardian pharmacy is preying on seniors.