Multiple faxes – sometimes DAILY – claiming one of our elderly patients have ordered DM2 testing supplies from them. We, of course, contacted the patient, and they did NOT order ANYTHING from this company. This is fraud – medical fraud, prescription fraud, and possibly insurance fraud (depending on what they are doing if physicians sign their fraudulent request). We have contacted Primary Care Pharmacy MANY times by fax and phone to tell them we will not be signing any prescription request related to this patient, and to stop sending ANY faxes to our office. However, we continue to get the very same faxes from this company. We have given them ample time and opportunity to cease, and we ask that the take action against this "company" to safeguard consumers against even further rising insurance costs – some costs due to this very type of fraud.