A few weeks ago, I went on a Target store to pick up a prescription for an anti-depressant for a friend.
After getting the prescription from a pharmacist, I noticed a little sign in the corner of the store that read: ‘Target only offers the best online pharmacy in India’.
I went to look at it, but I couldn’t find it on the website.
So, I asked the pharmacist.
She was kind enough to take me on a walk through the store to see if there was any way to order online from a Target website.
I asked the manager to explain how to use the online pharmacy and he showed me the steps to use Target’s website to order.
After a few minutes, I got the prescription, went back to the pharmacy and took the order.
As you might imagine, this seemed to be a problem for me.
I was really looking forward to buying an anti-(anti-)depressants for my friend.
But after a few days, the pharmacontainer asked me to give the order again, saying that the pharmacy was not offering the same product anymore.
So, I was really disappointed with the process.
I ordered again, but was also disappointed to see that Target had changed its policy and no longer offers the same anti-psychotic drugs online.
I finally went back on a date and ordered online from Target.
After all, I didn’t want to take a chance on the store changing its mind.