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  • If you have a flexible spending account or a health savings account, it is more convenient if the pharmacy accepts payment directly from your benefits card rather than require you to pay up front and then submit your receipt to your FSA or HSA account for a refund.
  • An online pharmacy may not be for you if your list of medications is complicated or are less common, you take them infrequently, they require refrigeration or other special handling, or you need them quickly.
  • Take care when choosing an online pharmacy.  Many are not legitimate. There are red flags to look for. For example, if the site does not require a prescription. (For more red flags, click here.) If there are such flags, be VERY careful.  It is preferable not to deal with such sites - not matter how good the deal looks. 

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