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MMJRecs allows fake medical recommendations

Anonymous | July 15, 2020 | 2 0

Cookies Dr.GreenRx, La Mesa, The Grove, Urbn Leaf and many other medical dispensaries use MMJRECS to offer fake medical recommendations. No one calls the patients: the patients pays and are instantly approved without even receiving a call. Check into the details. MMJRecs is a fake business supporting the black market.

Dispensaries are okay with using this site and fake doctors that do not exist to sign up new patients.

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  • Jul 19, 2020, 03:22 PM  Reply

    A few other medical dispensaries in the Palm Springs area use a company called GetNugg to make their customers purchase a "medical rec" which is issued within minutes then allowing the customer to purchase from said shop(s). The process of getting an MMJ card is not that simple and you have to file paperwork with your city. People come in to the dispo where I work with pieces of paper stating under prop 64 soandso is allowed to consume cannabis and I have to tell politely they are not exempt from taxes as their rec is not a MMJ rec.

  • Jul 26, 2020, 02:29 PM  Reply

    Sooo... they’re saving clients 10% and allowing them to buy more than the arbitrary daily limit the state set for rec customers. You can still go to bev mo and buy a swimming pool of liquor legally. All that extra product is hurting as many people as the usual product... NO ONE

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