This number called me, when i initially answered it rung back as though i called it. The woman answered and asked 'how she could help me', when I was the one who was being called. Turns out it was from Aspen Pharmacy and my allergist put a prescription in for Epi-pens since my insurance doesn't cover for it anymore. It's not a SPAM caller.
I got a call from this number asking me to verify my address and zip code for a prescription. I asked what prescription he was referring to. He said he couldn’t tell me until I gave him my address and zip code. So I told him I did t feel comfortable giving him that info. My allergist did not warn me that I would receive this type of call. Seemed strange and made me uncomfortable.
for Auvi-Q EpiPen-type injector. Said the cost ($4,500) wasn't covered by insurance but with their program I would get it for $25. Seems slightly sketchy, plus she spent over 13 minutes on the phone to get full medical history. I'm going to double check with my allergist about this.
While I didn't expect the call or the delivery, my sons allergist had mentioned this particular Epi-Pen and said they would order it if my insurance would cover it. The doctor never confirmed they were ordering it, but Aspen Pharmacy left two messages. I was skeptical, but when I did some research here and saw other information I felt comfortable that it was legit and called back. It is legit.
caller did not identify herself, asked if my child needed medicine and asked for my info. I asked what it was aboyt, she said she couldnt say without me giving her my full name , birthdate and full address. I pull up her phone number as she is talking and it is a call center. i demanded to know who she was calling for, Aspen Pharmacy, she said. I told her someone had called from there 2 weeks ago and had all the correct information to speak to me. I got an email and another phone number to call out of her. the number she gave was 844-276-4272 and email [email protected] I will be calling my physician and finding out if this is legit where she sent my presctiption.
My allergist sent a prescription for the AuviQ and they were calling to confirm that I was a real person and had been prescribed. My initial thought was that it might be a fraud call, but their message indicated that they were following up on a prescription and my doctor told me they would call from an 844#