I am a long-time Rite Aid customer. This is in fact their automated "reminder" line which leaves messages for customers when their orders are filled. If you receive a call from them when you are not a customer, just call your nearest Rite Aid store. Someone there will be able to track down the number and remove it from their system, or hopefully correct the phone number for their genuine customer who did not receive the call.
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Just recieved this call saying your prescription is ready for picking up. I've never heard about this Rite Aid before.
I do use Rite Aid Pharmacy and this is a courtesy call reminding you that your precscription is ready or that there has been an important change.
Several times a day I will get a call from 717-731-9203. It is a SPAM auto message supposedly from Rite Aid Pharmacy stating my "prescriptions are ready for pick-up" I do not use nor have I ever used Rite Aid for my prescriptions. When I try to call the number back to ask them to stop calling me I get the message "This Number is no longer in service" It's obviously a scam and I am weary to the bone of getting calls from these "people" all hours of the day and night - sometimes as many as 10 calls in an hour. Can't someone do something about this?
This is the automated Rite Aid Pharmacy courtesy call notification number, used for notifying customers their prescriptions are ready. Unfortunately, if you have seven prescriptions filled simultaneously and each is ready at the same time you will receive seven calls. Requesting your pharmacy disable this courtesy is all one need do to stop receiving calls.