A pharmacy in western Mexico has been offering to take patients to Mexico for free because of a glitch with Google Maps.
A spokesperson for the pharmacy said Thursday that they are working to fix the issue.
The company has also made the same mistake in the past.
In November, a user in Arizona complained to Google about the fact that the pharmacy in the state did not accept his or her prescription.
The pharmacy had been offering free prescriptions to people who wanted to pay for a trip to Mexico, the spokesperson told ABC News.
The company acknowledged that the problem had been reported, but said the problem was due to a glitch in Google Maps, which it said is a mistake that the company fixed.