Frequently Asked Questions

If you currently find it difficult to pay for your prescription medications and need assistance, let Nationwide Prescription Connection help.

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What is your refund policy?

Nationwide Prescription Connection’s primary goal is to connect you to the free and low cost programs available to save you the most money! The information you give us to determine the best program must be accurate and the instructions followed. If not approved, we will refund your service fee for that medication. 100% guaranteed. All you have to do is send us a copy of your denial letter and a request for a refund and a full refund for that medication will be given.

Keep in mind, upon request, our advocates are willing to assist in appealing the denial letter from the programs if a reason other than inaccurate information was provided by the client.

If at any time, you are not satisfied with our services and would still like a refund, please return the forms to Nationwide Prescription Connection and a letter requesting a refund.

We value your feedback and want our clients fully satisfied with our services. You may contact us @ 888-231-2780 to let us know how we are doing!;

Who can apply?

You need to be a citizen or a legal resident of the United States and have no prescription insurance or you are under-insured and have low to moderate income.

Can I apply if I have Medicare Part D or private insurance?

Yes, we help with medicare prescription drugs. There are many programs that allow you to have insurance or Medicare Part D. Restrictions may apply.

The advocates will provide you the information you need to receive your medications for free or at a reduced cost. How do I apply for this program?

How to get free prescriptions or prescription help for low income patients: Simply complete the application. You may also chose to print the application and mail it in. Be sure to include all the medications you wish to apply for and provide an email address and phone number so that we might reach you if we need further information or have any questions

When should I expect my medications?

Upon qualification, the medications should arrive within 4 to 6 weeks. The time period is subject to the individual programs. They are usually in 90 day supplies and can be sent to the address you provide or to your doctors office. Some programs also may send you a coupon or voucher that you can redeem at your local pharmacy.

Prescription help doesn't have to be difficult: We can help.

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