Review: Too Many Complaints Detected

Company Name: Prescription Hope
Year Founded: 2006
Business Address: 2100 SE Ocean Blvd, Stuart, FL 34996, United States
Phone Number: +1-877-296-4673
Email: Unknown
License: No
Prescription: No
Ships from: USA
Shipping Options: Regular Airmail, EMS
Payment Options: Credit card, Amex, e-Checks
Customer Support: Phone
Discount: No

Domain Info

The Whois reported that the domain was created in 2006 and will expire in 2023. The last update was made on the 18th of June 2019. So the website has been operating for more than 14 years, which is a sign of a reliable and trustworthy business.

The business appears to be owned by Prescription Hope, Inc and it is located in Florida, USA. We often see scam pharmacies that use privacy services to hide these details, but that’s not the case.

I discovered however that the website’s IP address had 181 changes over 14 years, which seems a bit suspicious. However, this does not mean that this business is illegal, considering the things we have already discovered.

Products and Pricing

Again, this company is not a pharmacy in an actual sense as they do not sell medicines to their customers directly. The healthcare products will be dispatched by the manufacturers they cooperate with. This ensures that the drugs will be safe and quality.

PrescriptionHope offers an unusual model for users to get their prescriptions for various health conditions. They charge a fixed monthly fee per medication you are using and offer access to about 1,500 drugs. They work with over 150 drug manufacturers in the United States to find the best prices for their customers. Keep in mind that you will not be able to buy generic medication using this service. The range of drugs is updated frequently.


All products are arranged alphabetically and you can also use a search bar to find the particular medication you need.

So, you can get your medication year-round for one single monthly fee of $50 for each product regardless of the cost of your medicine.

So, if you are spending hundreds of dollars on a particular medicine every month, you can save a lot by using this online service.

Payment and Shipping

You can pay for your medication via the major payment methods: Visa and Mastercard, AMEX and possibly E-Checks.

Medications are shipped directly to your home or healthcare provider’s office from the manufacturer within 4-6 weeks.

Legal Approvals

Since Prescription Hope is not actually a pharmacy, they don’t need accreditation from traditional authorities such as CIPA, MPA, Pharmacy Checker who regulate online pharmacies. LegitScript doesn’t have any info on in its database either.

However, the company is BBB-accredited. But the rating based on over 50 customer reviews is really poor.


Scamadviser reported that this website has been verified by the American National Association of Boards of Pharmacy, which also a good sign.


The website uses secure encryption to protect all payment transactions.  The connection is verified by Sectigo Limited. This means that your personal data will not get into the hands of hackers and thieves.


This website seems to have the McAfee SECURE certification, which means that users’ equipment is protected from viruses and malware. BUT in fact, this logo is just a picture that is not clickable. This way they obviously try to produce an impression of a reliable company.

User Reviews

Absolute fraud!!!

1 5 1
Absolute fraud. Prescription Hope is a perfect name for these guys. They just sell you hope. These scammers should be banned

Terrible service!

1 5 1
They took my money from my debit card, then I told them I no longer needed their service and they are still hounding me.


1 5 1
They scam people for money!!!

Stay away from them!

1 5 1
I came across this website yesterday and signed up. Then I began reading reviews and 99% of them were really BAD!! I called them today and said I wanted to refuse their service. They told me they would cancel my application but they won’t do it!

Do not use them!

1 5 1
I think this company is illegal and they are scamming patients all across the USA… when I google them, I see many complaints against them.

Too good to be true!

1 5 1
I should have known this was too good to be true! Stay away nothing good comes from them!


1 5 1
I am reporting them everywhere I can. Someone needs to stop these people. they prey on people in need and it makes me sick. they do no provide any service and pretend do get paid. Absolutely no! it is wrong and I don't understand how it can be allowed.

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