Relistor Patient Savings Program SMS Mobile Terms & Conditions
Relistor Patient Savings Program SMS (text) messages are recurring automated copay program messages, which may include savings alerts, refill reminders, and other messages related to your participation in the copay program. These SMS messages are sent through PSKW, LLC dba ConnectiveRx, a service provider partner operating on behalf of Salix Pharmaceuticals, a subsidiary of Bausch Health Companies, Inc.
When you opt-in to the service, we will send you an SMS message to confirm your signup. By providing your cell phone number, you represent that you are the authorized user of the wireless device you use to receive the messages and that you are authorized to approve any changes. Salix Pharmaceuticals reserves the right to alter these terms and conditions or discontinue the messaging at any time and at its sole discretion, may add or delete a cellular carrier from this program at any time, without notice. Text messages you receive as part of this program are automated and your responses are not read by any person other than for quality monitoring purposes. Consent to receiving SMS messages is not a requirement to participating in the Relistor Patient Savings Program and you may opt out at any time. Please visit the Privacy Statement (link provided at bottom of page) or contact us for additional information. Please visit the full terms and conditions regarding participation eligibility in the Relistor Patient Savings Program.
Message and data rates may apply. While we do not charge you for the messages, your mobile service provider may charge you for SMS text messages as a part of your contract or service. Please contact your mobile service provider for details.
Message frequency varies.
To stop receiving messages, reply STOP at any time.
For help, reply HELP or call 1-855-202-3719
We are able to deliver on most of the major and minor carriers:
i.e., Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile and MetroPCS. If you are unsure whether your carrier supports short codes, please contact your wireless provider directly. Carriers are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages.