This is what happens when you get a fake prescription

It started with a fake check for $1,400 from a pharmacist.

It continued to a fake bottle of prescription medicine that went unopened, and it was only the tip of the iceberg.

Now, the pharmacy chain that is owned by the family of Dr. Seuss has taken to social media to try and clear up the confusion surrounding the fake prescription, with the hashtag #kareemkareebussell, which is trending on Twitter.

The chain is trying to clear up its reputation after it was caught sending a fake pharmacy prescription to a patient and claiming it was genuine.

Kareem Kareebaussell, owner of KAREEM KAREERESELL Pharmacy in South Bend, Indiana, is on the receiving end of some bad press for sending fake prescription medication to a woman.

The woman who received the fake medication was sent an email on Saturday, May 15, 2017 that said the medication she ordered was a “recombinatory prescription,” which was meant to help her with her postpartum depression.KAREEM was one of many pharmacies in Indiana that were caught sending fake prescriptions.

KAREEEM is also owned by Dr. David Kareem, who is the co-founder of KEREEM PLC., a pharmaceutical company that has a large presence in Indiana.

The KAREeems have since issued an apology on social media.

“The KREEM family is very embarrassed and disappointed in our actions, and will be making it clear to all of our patients, colleagues, and customers that this was not the intent of the KAREem family,” KAREENAUTS said in a statement.

“We are truly sorry for any confusion this has caused our patients and the public.”KAREERERS pharmacy was also fined $25,000 for sending false prescriptions.

The company apologized on social network Twitter on Sunday.

“We want to take this opportunity to apologize to the Indiana state attorney general, the Indiana State Board of Pharmacy, and the entire KAREEMA community for the false and insensitive prescription,” KEREERES posted on Facebook.

“Our sincere apologies and sincere apologies are heartfelt.

We apologize to anyone who may have been hurt by this.”

It is important to note that our pharmacy does not accept any prescription for pain medication or any medications for any medical condition other than postpartums depression, and our pharmacy is committed to serving our customers and ensuring their safe and effective access to prescription medication,” KOREERES added.”

As always, we ask that you respect our privacy at this time.

“Kareeme KAREEOST, CEO of KOREEM PTC, said the company is looking into the matter.”KAREEEMA understands the importance of our customers trust and trust in our pharmacy and has worked diligently to address this issue with our pharmacy,” KREEEM said in its statement.KREEEMA has more than 2,000 stores nationwide and a website that is dedicated to educating people about the dangers of prescription medication.