Due to the worldwide Covid-19 coronavirus issue affecting us all... , we are currently taking precautions to protect our employees. This will result in limited telephone coverage at our call center, and may cause some delays in the time it takes us to answer phone calls. Also, effective immediately we are switching our call center hours of operation to 7AM to 7PM central time. If you are experiencing delays or calling outside of these hours, please feel free to leave us a message - or better yet send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
To avoid any potential shipping delays that are out of our control, we highly recommend that customers place their orders an extra two weeks ahead of time. Thank you for your support and patience.
How do I order?
Please click here to learn how to order.
Will I need a prescription to order Prescription Drugs?
Yes, you will need a prescription to order all drugs marked with an "Rx" symbol.
What are your call center's hours of operation?
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Is there a restriction on how much medication I can buy?
Our contracted pharmacies will only dispense up to a 3 month supply at a time as required by law. Our contracted pharmacies will keep track of the refills on your prescription(s), and you will be able to refill your prescription(s) with us for as many times as your doctor has authorized on your prescription(s).
What is the estimated delivery turn around time?
Once we have all of your order information, your order will be forwarded to processing. The in-house processing and shipping time will vary depending on the source country of your medication. In our experience, it will take an average of 2 weeks for you to receive your package. Please order your refills 3 weeks before your medication runs out.
Will your contracted dispensaries ship any prescription drugs?
Our contracted dispensaries will not ship any controlled substances like anabolic steroids, tranquilisers or opiate-containing drugs.
Why do the pills I received look different than the pills I get from my neighborhood pharmacy?
If you are used to buying the brand name pills and have ordered the generic equivalent from us, the pills that we have sent you will look different; however, they will have the exact same chemical composition. Generics do not look the same as their brand name counterparts due to patent laws restricting generic manufacturers to produce a pill that "looks" exactly like the brand name drug. Additionally, some brand name pills will look differently in different countries.
How do I pay for my order?
North Drugstore accepts the following payment methods: credit cards, pay using your bank account, international money orders and personal checks. Personal checks will need to clear before we can ship your medication which may delay the arrival of your order. We also accept US international postal money orders. We will confirm all available payment methods with you at the time of order. We use standard encryption to protect your billing information.
Do I pay any additional charges other than what I see on the web site?
Yes, shipping charges are additional.
What do you charge for shipping?
The shipping charge is a flat fee of $10.00 per order. You may order as many items as you like. It is advisable to order a 3-month supply of all of your medications at one time to save on shipping charges.
What guarantees do I have that I will receive my order that I placed with you?
Given that you have provided your correct delivery address, if your order does not arrive within 30 days of completing the order, we will offer to reship the package at no expense to you.
For international orders the shipping guarantee is 6 weeks.
What is your return policy?
Please click here for our return & refund policy.
Will you accept my insurance plan?
Unfortunately, at this time our contracted dispensaries do not have any type of arrangements with health insurance companies for prescription drug coverage. However, we will provide you a copy of your invoice so you can make an insurance claim. Please ask your insurance provider for more details.