How to start online pharmacy.

Legitimate Internet pharmacy in a different country than the person ordering. This pharmacy usually is licensed by its home country and follows those regulations, not those of the international orders.

How to Start an Online Pharmacy Business. Assemble the proper credentials.

You will need to purchase substantial amounts of medical liability insurance, and ensure that your corporate structure protects you personally from as much liability as possible.

Setting up the online pharmacy

Apply for licenses. Once the application is approved, the pharmacy normally has six months to open although it is possible to extend that period by three months.

Secure relationships with reputable suppliers.

Set up your online store.

Take great care to emphasize the legitimacy of your site, and only advertise on trusted websites or in legitimate traditional media.

You will also need to decide the best way to advertise your services this may be through leaflet dropping or advertising in the local press.

Sometimes an online pharmacy may not be located in the country that is claimed. In the worst cases, people have died from receiving counterfeit medications that didn’t treat their serious medical conditions.

Other concerns include potential lack of confidentiality. Canisters containing pharmaceuticals are loaded into an automatic dispensing machine at a mail order pharmacy.

While many internet pharmacies sell prescription drugs only with a prescription. Pharmacies offering medication without requiring a prescription and doctor review or supervision are sometimes fraudulent and may supply counterfeit and ineffective and possibly dangerous medicines.

How to Buy Safely. But is the seller legit? Follow these steps to make sure you’re getting a good deal.

It stands for “Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites.”If it’s there, it means the site was screened and approved by the NABP.

Look for “dot pharmacy” in the address.

Your seller should be located in this country. Make sure the seller is licensed or registered by the state where it’s based.

Call the pharmacist if you have any questions, even a small one.

Don’t buy if you’re not asked for a prescription.

The pharmacy should list privacy and security settings. They should be easy to spot and understand.

Keep personal info to yourself.

Legitimate online pharmacies employ licensed pharmacists (not sales reps) who may be contacted by phone. If you can’t find a way to discuss concerns with an on-staff pharmacist, it’s probably not a legitimate site.

If you follow these tips, you should be good to go.

Case Study: My Experience With Prescriptions

Case Study: My Experience With Prescriptions