This is definitely a SCAM. I called Do not call Gov and they put a STOP to them calling Me.
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Yes. This is an automated call from Rite Aid Pharmacy notifying that a prescription is ready for pickup. It's legit. I have never received repeated attempts to contact me from the number. One call.
This $ keeps calling Mr back to back. They called 7 times in a row! I reported it to Do Not Call Gov, this is definitely a SCAM. So please don't give them ANY "PERSONAL INFORMATION"!
I've long been receiving automated notifications saying a prescription for "James D**** " is ready for pickup. But that is not my name. I finally grew tired of the calls and found this useful website. I phoned RiteAid customer service at 800-748-3243. ( = 800 RITEAID ) . Spoke with a rep named Cathy. She asked me my phone number (which they already obviously had), then she promptly removed me from the auto-notification list. She was thorough and checked several different areas within the RiteAid computer system that could possibly generate the notifications, including a "Wellness Plus" area. I never was asked my name, and I never gave it to her. She was friendly, courteous, and even apologized for the error. You can easily put an end to these notifications. It's not a scam. In my case, James D**** had my cell phone number at sometime in the past, then cancelled his service. Verizon wireless re-assigned it to me when I signed up as a new customer with them a couple years ago. RiteAid still thought they were dialing HIM. Simple mistake, no scam.
it seems to me that this is some sort of scam call I get this recall repeatedly least once a day I answer the phone I get no response I say hello hello but nobody answers then I get to hang out whoever is trying to reach me they just don't relly now who is calling