Complaint / review text:
A prescription that I filled was placed in a bag with a precsription that my father filled. Neither of us knew that the other had even filled a prescription. We have learned from experience to check the name and address on the bag very carefully because CVS has given us the wrong prescription bag several times. He checked to be sure it was his name and address, so imagine his surprise when he went home to find my birth control pills instead of his prescription. Luckily the container looked unusual to him so he know that there was a mistake.
If my prescription had been in a bottle I know that he would have just taken the prescription without thinking twice. When I went to complain the pharmacist apologized and said you are over 21 so your father really can't say anything. I am well over 21 and my concern is not parental approval of my prescriptions. My concerns are safety and privacy. What if my father had taken an incorrect prescription? And I have an absolute right to privacy when filling a prescription. I have had many negative experiences with CVS Pharmacy, and now I have reached my limit.