Received this Rx Relief Card in the mail. Is it some sort of scam?

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Asked at 2012-05-31 02:53:21
Hello, a few days ago I received this " Rx Card Relief" from a company called Alliance Healthcare. The letter that came with it said I could use in almost any pharmacy, and more up to 75 % discount on my recipes. It is located in Washington DC, so I kind of assume it's some kind of program the new government, but not sure . Has anyone else received one of these and used it ? I just want to know if it is legitimate or not.
Answer1ValentinaAnswered at 2012-06-15 21:47:51
Of course it's a scam ! Does your mail piece explaining anything about you ( other than the "free" and simple it is) ? Do you know who offers it, how to pay for their services , what their obligations, etc, etc? The literature says absolutely nothing. I have it in the mail today . What a joke .
Answer2How to cry Dian LAnswered at 2012-06-16 14:44:15
My son just got these cards in the mail today and wanted to give me one. I asked him if he asked and he said no. I had no idea where they came from . I found thousands of companies with the name " Alliance Healthcare" , but none match the card from. If you have any questions about that contact the BBB. I think you will find that there is a company that wants to be associated .
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