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Pfizer Settles New York Probe Into 'Deceptive' Copay Coupons
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11 Oct 2018 04:42 PM EST

According to Reuters, Pfizer settled charges by New York’s attorney general that it misled consumers in its drug copayment coupon program into thinking they would pay far less to fill prescriptions than they ended up having to pay. The drugmaker agreed to pay $500,000 in fines and costs, and make more than $200,000 in restitution over the coupons. The attorney general said this was this was “deceptive” because Pfizer buried limits on the total savings in the small print, and that thousands of consumers ended up paying much more.

 

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