Owners of the business claimed to have found a loophole where vets could check some of the prescriptions since they were vet medications. However it was later discovered that not even veterinarians checked the prescriptions, rather they were checked by employes with no licensure in either veterinary medicine or pharmacy. Medications were sent to all fifty states. Does this constitute mail fraud and would it be covered under the whistleblower act if the person reporting it is a former employee?
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