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Protect Yourself, Prevent Patient Fraud

by admin-mcleep on November 25th, 2015

In California it is simple. See a doctor in person to get a medical marijuana recommendation letter.

Did you see a doctor over skype, a computer, notepad device, or TV screen using telemedicine?
(not in person first time?)
If you answered YES to the above question you may have a fraudulent letter claim.

Did you receive a “good faith” examination by a licensed professional?

If you answered NO to the above question you may have a fraudulent letter claim. Some clinics have secretaries doing the jobs of nurses and medical assistants. It may seem strange, but it’s not. The stranger evaluation…

Caregivers, Does the clinic let you speak to a doctor?
Is there a doctor onsite? Is the clinic owned by a doctor? Did you pay extra for a growers permit or exemption letter?

Was there anything strange about your clinic visit?

It has come to our attention and concern that doctors identities are being stolen, and being scammed by clinic owners.
We want to help patients until doctors become compliant.

There over 100,000 fraudulent letters issued every year, most patients are affraid to say they have been scammed by a marijuana doctor? Most patients don’t know or understand the difference?

For more information you can visit the California medical board website or contact MCLEEP.ORG at 925-354-9411 if you would like to be an anonymous claim member over 160 have joined. GET a FREE referral to an in person doctor in your area.
FREE letter review and patient verification.

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