I was recently contacted by my Dr's office and they had received a fax from Doc Depot requesting info re my testing and I am assuming that this is in response to my earlier requests I still am unsure just who the supplier is. Have you heard of Doc Depot??? I am new at this diabetes problem and am unsure of exactly what to do. I have a meeting on the 23rd with my diabetes counselor and nutritionist and will check with them re supplies. Thank you for you assistance Davedsel2.View Thread
Thank you for you input and I sent an email to Web MD and hope they will reply I will sign up with a different distributer as I have had to purchase some supplies and that gets quite expensive.View Thread
I was contacted by Web MD about a month ago and they took all the information they needed to start sending me my testing supplies. I have never received any supplies and have not talked to anyone again. Does anyone know whether this is a legitimate supplier or a scheme??? I have not received any info yet re any charges to my medicare so assume this may be legitimate. Can anyone tell me if they get supplies from Web MD??View Thread
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