Ordering Fioricet - Gabapenin FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About Ordering Butalbital- Gabapentin

1. What is the online prescription ordering process?

Click on the Buy Now button and fill out the order form or click here online questionnaire. A physician will review the questionnaire within 24 hours except on the weekends. The physician will write the prescription and send it to the pharmacy if the patient is approved. The pharmacy will fill the prescription and mail it U.S. Priority Mail.

Physicians look for at your overall health. The last time you had your vitals checked i.e. medical visit and the last time the prescription was prescribed is important information the doctor is looking for.

2. Is it legal to buy prescriptions online?

Only non-controlled prescription drugs, meaning one tier above over the counter, are legal. Not all states allow the purchase on non-controlled prescriptions online.

3. What are your forms of payment?

We accept all forms of Credit and Debit Cards. Credit-Debit Card information is only taken over the phone. We do this to insure legitimate orders. Some may not be comfortable giving card information over the phone. We just want to make sure we are dealing with right people. The misuse of bad cards on our website jeopardizes our relationship with our merchant services company. Orders will not be processed until the Credit-Debit Card information is received over the phone. Long standing existing patients can do COD by Money Order or Cashier’s Check only. There is an additional $20.00 charge for this service.

There are a number of online pharmacy websites that capture credit card information without using a third party merchant services company. This is bad for the consumer. If a website is using a third party merchant services company your card processed live. If you're not sure try inputting the wrong expiration date and see if the card is approved or declined. If your card is not declined immediately on the website you know for sure they just captured your information.

When we speak with you over the phone your card will be processed in real-time. As soon as your card is approved by your bank or card company we send you an email or text receipt immediately. The receipt will be in the name or our third party pharmacy network based here in the United States of America.

5. When can I get a refill?

Regardless of quantity ordered, the waiting period is 26 days between refills. That is something to consider when choosing your quantity.

6. What is your business model?

Our preferred method of communication is email however feel free to contact us by phone.

We do not call or E-mail our customers asking them if they want to refill their previous order.

The following are the times we will email you, questions on an order, order status, important information about our website and to let those that were previous patients that we can ship to their state again. Regulations are constantly changing.

7. Can I return my medication for a refund?

Due to Federal Law, we cannot accept returned prescription medications. Please double check your order before sending us your email confirmation.


1. When can I expect delivery?

The entire process typically takes 3-5 business days. We process orders within 24 hours however doctor reviews are only done on week days. Electronic shipping numbers are generated within 24 hours after the prescription is received by the pharmacy. These three processed take 1-2 business days. USPS Priority Mail takes an additional 2-3 mailing days. We email USPS Priority Mail tracking numbers as soon as we receive them from our affiliate pharmacy network.

2. Is there a faster way to receive my order?

Yes. Pay an additional $10.00 for USPS Overnight service. Understand that USPS no longer guarantees their Overnight and Priority service. Expect delays from the United States Post Office during the holidays and inclement weather. If your payment is received before 10: am EST on the week day's chances are high that you will receive your order the next day. That's if USPS can perform on their end.

 3. Why does the USPS website say my order isn’t in their system?

That’s because tracking numbers are generated electronically. The shipping department is letting the Post Office know that there is intent to deliver a package to them. Your order will not be viewable until they scan the package into their system, typically after 8:00pm EST.