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Old 10-05-2013, 02:36 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by orthodoc
Not all prescriptions are controlled substances, although Person A isn't likely to find much of a market for Amoxil or Keflex.
There is also the civil crime of insurance fraud, if you sell a prescription that your insurance bought for you.

I may or may not have been on the buying end of a similar type of transaction before. As the substance being hypothetically purchased could also be purchased without a prescription--just at exorbitant rates--I may have decided that I had no legal culpability as long as I didn't ask too many questions, and kept my nose out of any ethical quarrels between the seller and their insurance company.
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