Upload your Prescription
Now you don’t have to leave the house to get your medicines!
We get different kinds of uploads, some legit, some hilarious and some down-right...well, I better not say!
So please check below for a list of “dos and don’ts” .
The Don’ts for upload prescriptions
- Don’t try to trick us with fake prescriptions.
You can cut letter heads and stamps and paste it to make a prescription or you may even create an imaginary doctor of your own, but it will not work! Every prescription is verified before processing.
- Do not take selfies with prescription
Sorry to tell you. It is not necessary.
- Do not upload self prescriptions
It is very obvious when one uploads self prescriptions. Seriously, how stupid do you think we are?
- Don’t upload crumbled prescriptions
The crumbles on the prescriptions make it impossible for us to identify the content on it!
- Don’t upload prescriptions that are not legible
We know that this is not your fault. Kindly request doctors to write the description in a legible way or ask them to email a printed copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dos for upload prescriptions
- Letterhead- A must!
We need to know where you got the prescription from and verify if that is from a licensed place. A letterhead will help us in verifying that a prescription is legit.
- Doctor’s name & ID
It is important to verify if the doctor who is prescribing the medicine to you is a licensed practitioner. An ideal prescription should at least have the following things clearly visible: Doctor’s Name, Doctor’s Registration Number, Patients Name and Date of Prescribing.
The Doctor’s or the hospital seal is a must while uploading. We need to verify if the hospital is licensed or not.
- Only recent prescriptions