As with our website T&Cs, we’ve summarised everything in plain English for you in bold below. For the lawyers reading this, please feel free to keep scrolling for the fine print.
Habitual works with a licensed pharmacy, which prescribes and dispenses your order. It’s very important that you provide us with accurate health information, that you use the medication as directed, and that you notify your GP about any new prescriptions you’re using (including anything you get from Habitual and our partner pharmacy). Our partner pharmacy aims to prescribe and dispense orders within 24 hours on weekdays and 48 hours on weekends, but please be patient if they can’t always meet these guidelines. Orders are not cancellable, and medications are not returnable, so please double check everything before placing your order!
If you wish to purchase any medications from our Site, you will first have to register. By registering with Habitual, you warrant that the personal data that you are required to provide as a patient is true, accurate, current, and complete in all respects. You agree not to register more than once, that you will not register or complete questionnaires on behalf of anyone other than yourself, that you will comply with any instructions given for each prescribed medicine, and that you will notify your primary care provider about any new prescriptions written for you, or changes to existing prescriptions. You agree to update your registration details promptly if they change by emailing email@example.com.
The clinicians we engage are registered in the United Kingdom with the General Pharmaceutical Council and each hold accredited pharmacist independent prescriber qualifications. The clinicians are trained in providing remote consultations and issuing prescription medicine online and are individually responsible for the prescriptions they issue. Unless we notify you otherwise at the time of purchase, any pharmacy medicines we dispense are sold and supplied to you by our partner pharmacy (the “Pharmacy“) operated by Phlo Technologies Ltd, whose registered office address is C/O Gillespie & Anderson, 147 Bath Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom, G2 4SN with company number SC496769 and registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council with number 9011171. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and Phone number: 02081919444.
The details of the current registered Superintendent Pharmacist is: Prabhjit Jassal, MPharm, Registration Number: 2067173, Phlo Technologies Limited. Phlo's prescribers are:
Dennis Ouko, Registration number: 2205052
Tosin Edeki, Registration number: 2077334
Bernard Doro, Registration number: 2062265
Javed Choksi, Registration number: 2087439
Aisha Malik, Registration number: 6128319
By clicking on the registration numbers above, you are able to verify the pharmacy's registration and our superintendent pharmacists information. You are also able to check the pharmacy registration on the GPHC website.
When you order a pharmacy medication from Habitual, we will provide the Pharmacy with your questionnaire answers, and a registered pharmacist will dispense the medication or be in touch via email or phone based on your answers with follow-up questions. Please note that the contract for the sale of pharmacy medicines will be between you and our Pharmacy. It is at the discretion of our prescribers to accept or decline an order based on their medical assessment of your completed questionnaire. If it is determined by the prescriber that it is not clinically appropriate to prescribe the requested medicine, you will be notified and a refund will be issued to you within ten working days. Any complaints around the prescription order should be discussed with the Pharmacy and/or manufacturer of the medication.
Upon receipt of your completed questionnaire and payment, our Pharmacy’s prescribers aim to respond within 24 hours on weekdays, and 48 hours on weekends. Please note that these timelines are only a guideline and cannot always be guaranteed.
You agree to us commencing an assessment of your clinical suitability for medicines when you place the order and you will have no legal right to cancel your order under applicable consumer protection legislation, including, to the extent applicable, The Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000 and The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013. Under certain limited circumstances, we may, using our sole discretion and considering the circumstances, consider a cancellation request, however please note that this is entirely at our discretion and orders are typically not refundable.
We are not responsible for delays outside our control. If our supply of the dispensed medicine is delayed by an event outside our control, then we will contact you as soon as possible to let you know and we will take steps to minimise the effect of the delay. Provided we do this, we will not be liable for delays caused by the event.
We sometimes offer 'pre-order' of medications for patients who would like to be guaranteed stock availability. Please note that pre-orders will be dispensed in the order they were received, and we cannot guarantee a specific day delivery for pre-orders.
We cannot accept any medicine returned to us. However, should you, at your own cost, wish to return unwanted medicine to our Pharmacy, we will facilitate the destruction thereof in accordance with applicable regulations. Please contact us should you intend to return any unwanted medicines.
You will ensure that no one other than yourself has access to any medicines that we make available to you and you will ensure that any medicines prescribed in advance of need are not used beyond their expiry date. You will inform us if you have any side effects from the medications.