The Partnership for Prescription Assistance recently identified several scams that illegally use our name to collect private information. The scams include:

  • Individuals going door-to-door requesting personal information in exchange for eligibility for the Affordable Care Act
  • Individuals and groups going door-to-door or calling people to sell fake insurance under the Partnership for Prescription Assistance name
  • Prescription Savings or Discount Cards that appear to be from or sponsored by The Partnership for Prescription Assistance
  • Websites and emails promoting prescription assistance services and charging a fee for access to The Partnership for Prescription Assistance materials or website

Always be wary of anyone who claims to represent The Partnership for Prescription Assistance or requests personal information, donations or a fee for services. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance is a free resource accessible through the web at www.pparx.org and does not charge for services or allow any companies or individuals to use its name to sell services via phone, email or door-to-door solicitation.

If anyone contacts you requesting personal information or money for services related to The Partnership for Prescription Assistance, please contact us to help us identify those responsible.