When Amazon says you can’t use the Amazon pharmacy without a prescription, your rights are at stake
Amazon.com Inc. said it was blocking some customers from using the pharmacy-branded pharmacy online.
The company said customers can’t shop for prescription drugs online using the Amazon website without a doctor’s prescription.
It’s unclear if the online pharmacy is actually Amazon’s.
The company said it has no plans to offer a “single pharmacy” service in the U.S. Amazon said in a blog post that it “will make a decision to change its policy at the end of the year.”
Amazon, which was founded in 1999, is the largest online retailer in the world.
Its customers buy everything from electronics to groceries, but they also shop for books and other goods.
The firm has said it will expand its drug-delivery service in some areas of the U to boost efficiency.
Last year, Amazon launched an online grocery service called FreshDirect that lets customers buy groceries and other products from Amazon’s warehouses in Seattle, New York City and other U.K. cities.
The service also lets customers order groceries at Amazon’s logistics center.
The delivery service is not available to the public.