Rx Express Media Review

Received an email from company stating they do advertising for CVS Pharmacy bags. They gave the prices and had 2 attachments showing the ads they "have done" and a business agreement. Everything looked like what we had done before with other pharmacies, however the other pharmacy ad companies contacted us by phone. When I realized I had never received an add proof, I tried calling the phone number given by the individual’s email and it was disconnected. So then I sent an email and it came back. I started investigating and figured out this was a scam. When I called CVS, they said they’ve never done ads on pharmacy bags.

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