These cards purport to grant the holder legal access to medical marijuana, but they are usually invalid and provide no actual legal protection. In some cases, the individuals selling these fake cards may also ask for personal information, such as a social security number or medical records, which can be used for identity theft.
To avoid falling victim to medical cannabis card scams, individuals in Kentucky should be aware of the conditions of qualifications in the Governor's Executive Order on Medical Cannabis and should only obtain medical marijuana from legitimate out-of-state legal dispensaries. It is also important to be wary of offers for discounted or "fast track" medical and to not provide personal information to anyone offering a card.
While the availability of medical marijuana can provide relief to individuals suffering from certain conditions, it is important to obtain it legally and safely to avoid the risks associated with scams and illegal possession. Qualifying patients in Kentucky should also keep the original receipts and packaging for product purchased in legal out-of-state markets in order to adhere to the Governor's Executive Order.
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