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    Hoodwinked by MMJ doctor who recommeded me with no license to practice

    I had a lot of trouble finding any doctors in Southern Illinois who would recommend MMJ. I finally called a dispensary and they referred me to "Pied Pheifer compassionate care clinic" , who upon contacting them, said they could recommend me in one visit, $260 cash only. I knew I was going into uncharted territory ie. Illinois has the strictest MMJ program, very limited list of qualifying conditions, you must get an FBI background check, there was about another 150 bucks in fees after I saw the doctor.

    A few days after I mailed in my packet to the state I heard from a IL MMJ Facebook support group that this Dr. Bodo Schneider's patients were being denied because his license had been suspended. I looked at his license status online and sure enough it was suspended at the end of July. He saw me about the 20th of September. This crook was writing recommendations as close as last week, now their phone is shut off, and the office is a ghost town. I contacted a office P.F. in chicago and they insisted that "SUSPENDED" was different than "REVOKED" and that I was Ok

    I still have to call around Monday to find out for sure, but I never imagined I would have to watch out getting ripped off by a doctor. I am very sick and had my hopes up for the first time in years.

    If you google his name in relation to Illinois and/or Michigan you will find numerous articles on his escapades and various arrests in the last years.

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    Re: Hoodwinked by MMJ doctor who recommeded me with no license to practice

    You paid to see a doctor and if he isn't certified you ought to demand your money back because his actions seem fraudulent.

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