Why shall be choose to publish surplus of our inventory?

Wholesalers have set up to 30% of fees in case you credit your expired drugs. Moreover, they usually refuse opened packages.

What happens when a drug store wants to purchase one of our products?

You will be contacted by the buyer. He or she will let you know what exactly among your products they are interested in. Further, you will need to agree about the delivery (or pickup) of the product, as well as the invoicing.

How does the buyer contact us?

You can connect either by phone or messaging over RxOver. In case of calling, he or she will want to talk to the 'contact-person', whose name is mentioned in the directory.

What shall we have to do after selling our medications?

You are the only one to know that your product is no longer available. It is, therefore, important to remove your publication on RxOver.

How many items can we publish?

You may publish as many items as you wish. Our members prioritize publication of expensive products.

At what prices should we sell our medications?

It’s up to you to set prices at publication.

Can we publish refrigerated medications?

Yes. It is the seller’s responsibility to assure that the cold chain has been preserved up to the moment when the product is transferred to the buyer.

Can we publish bandaging materials?

You may publish any laboratory products, including special bandages.

How do we get to know about new publications?

If desired, you may receive a summary of new publications by e-mail. Otherwise, you may simply log in. The most recent products are always published first.

Can RxOver settle disputes between the selling and buying parties?

Though nothing similar has ever occurred , RxOver assumes no responsibility for the publications, products, their consumers or application. RxOver is based on the principle of mutual support and professionalism of its users.

Can we publish narcotics or controlled substances on RxOver?

For more informations on these regulations, please consult: article 45 of the Narcotic Control Regulations (C.R.C., c. 1041), article G.03.014 of the Food and Drug Regulations (C.R.C., c. 870) and article 55 of the Benzodiazepines and Other Targeted Substances Regulations (SOR/2000-217).