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WebEyeCare sells contact lenses, prescription glasses, and sunglasses online. A person just needs to provide their prescription.
The company gives a refund for undamaged products within 60 days of purchase. It is not an in-network vision provider.
Below, learn more about WebEyeCare and what it offers, how to make an order, and alternatives.
Please note that the writer of this article has not tried these products. All information presented is purely research-based.
WebEyeCare has been in business since 2013, and it is headquartered in Bristol, PA.
It has accreditation from the Better Business Bureau (BBB), which gives it a B+ rating. Customers have filed 18 complaints with the BBB about the company over the past 3 years.
At the time of publication, customers have submitted 385 reviews of WebEyeCare to the BBB, and the ratings averaged 4.57 out of 5.00.
Positive reviews mention:
- fast shipping
- easy ordering
- low prices
- helpful customer service
Negative reviews mention:
- errors with orders
- dissatisfaction with customer service
- delays in shipment
A person can sign up for a subscription to receive new contact lenses automatically at a discount, and they can cancel this at any time.
The company also sells prescription glasses and sunglasses.