Frequently Asked Questions
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We require a doctor’s prescription to ship medication to all countries. If you don’t have a prescription, we may be able to help you get one online, please click here for details about our prescription service, it costs $10 USD (it’s free of charge if you have a photo of your used medication bottle/pack with your information clearly printed on it). You will be asked to upload a copy of your prescription (or a photo of your used medication bottle/pack) on the checkout page. If you don’t have a prescription, please add our prescription service when choosing shipping on the checkout page. Please email us or talk to our friendly live chat staff if you have any questions.
We ship medicines using DHL Express or FedEx, and delivery time is 3 to 5 days from the time of payment completion.
Yes, we offer full money back delivery guarantee on all orders placed on FixRx. If your medication package fails to be delivered due to no fault of your own, we will send you a substitute package absolutely free, or you will receive 100% refund of your payment. For more details about our delivery guarantee, please click here.
We accept Local bank transfers (within the USA, UK, Switzerland, EU, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore) & Bank wire transfers (from any country) & Bitcoin. When you choose a payment method on the checkout page, you will see easy instructions on how to pay. You will also receive these instructions in your order confirmation email. Please talk to our friendly live chat 24/7, or contact us by email if you require any assistance.
We source all medicines strictly from government and pharmaceutical companies authorized distributors, and we only use manufacturers who have US FDA cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) certification.
Yes, we deliver to all states in the US with full money back delivery guarantee. A copy of the customer’s driver license or ID is required to comply with US customs requirements.
We use DHL Express to ship and the cost is $29 USD to the vast majority of countries.
Yes, you will receive by email a tracking number and a link to the shipping company’s tracking webpage within 2 business days after payment completion. You’ll also be able to check your order’s tracking information when you log into your account page on the FixRx site.
Yes we do, as long as it’s an official doctor’s prescription.
All the medicines we supply will have at least 6 months until expiration (typically 1 to 2 years) when you receive them.
There is a limit of 3 bottles/packs you can buy per order because almost all countries allow only 3 months worth of medication per shipment. If you need 3 bottles/packs of two different medications (6 bottles/packs in total), please place two separate orders as they will be shipped separately. The only countries that allow more than 3 bottles/packs per shipment are the UK and Taiwan.
We source our generic medications from Indian companies with US FDA cGMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) or EU GMP or WHO GMP certification only. This certification means that these companies are authorized by the US FDA or the EMA to sell their generic medications in the United States or the EU. We do not supply any medication produced by companies who do not have this certification.
Within 48 hours of payment completion, you will be provided with a tracking number to follow the progress of your shipment until it’s delivered.
Yes, you will receive an invoice by email.
Medicines are exempt from import duties (e.g. VAT) in the majority of countries, however very few countries (such as the UK and Romania) sometimes impose a typically small amount, and you’re responsible for paying it if you live in these countries.
FixRx Buyers Club is based in Gurugram, India and was founded by the Australian doctor James Freeman who is the company’s managing director and medical consultant. Dr. Freeman is also the founder of FixHepC Buyers Club which was established back in 2014 to help patients with the Hepatitis C virus access the new (but still frightfully expensive) drugs that had just reached the market.