Introduction

Since you arrived at the “Reclaim your seized meds” section of the Prescription Justice site, it is likely that you have received a notification from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that your prescription drug order was intercepted (detained or refused) by the FDA or U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.

A new federal law gives the FDA authority to destroy your personally imported medication, but not without notifying you first, and providing you with appropriate due process and opportunity to obtain your prescription drug order.

This section of our site provides you with guidance for responding to the FDA notification, and includes sample letters you may use.

We cannot guarantee that your response will result in a favorable decision to release your medication to you. Then again, the FDA has been known to release detained meds after reasonable correspondence. We encourage and urge you to exercise your rights.