By Julio Vasquez, Marketing —
It is no secret that there is a huge drug addiction problem in The United States. It is really common to see different news reports about the dangers of illegal drugs. These reports usually inform us about the fact that anybody could die of an overdose, regardless of social class. Those individuals might come from the most dangerous neighborhoods, as well as the most affluent cities in the nation. It is true that illicit drugs, such as cocaine, continues to be a great problem for society, but unfortunately, illegal drug consumption continues to grow in alarming levels, and this is due to the excessive use of prescription drugs.
Many people commit some crimes such as falsifying documents or possession of controlled substances only because they want to obtain prescription drugs. This was the case of Ana Patricia Juarez, a 22- year old young woman from Woodbridge, VA.
Juarez bought prescription drugs multiple times during the same week using falsified prescriptions. She was arrested after a pharmacist recognized her and called the police and they determined the illegality of the prescription.
Use IdentityDetect to Find RX Fraud
It is good to know that with today’s technological advancement, illegal prescription drug use can be monitored. This can help fight the problems and help communities and people to stay away from prescription drugs. Technology can also help determine who is violating the system. One example of such technology comes from Converus, a Utah-based company that has developed computer software to help us determine if someone is trying to cheat the system using a falsified identity. Converus has developed IdentityDetect, an easy- to- use app that helps detect the true identity of a person.
IdentityDetect is making a huge impact to keep organizations and communities safe and protected from #identitytheft and #documentfalsification.