MethTrack.com today improved reporting features to further combat and identify smurfing. Smurfing is the act of going to multiple stores and legally purchasing drugs and other medications containing meth precursor ingredients. Frequently multiple people will get involved so as to maximize the amount of drugs they can procure at any given pharmacy or store.
Several bills have been introduced in State and Federal Bills to combat this activity (such as the Methamphetamine Production Prevention Act of 2007 introduced by Chuck Grassley).
Electronic logbook systems are being demanded by lawmakers.
MethTrack.com can meet those demands.
A recent article in the Columbia Daily Tribune explains that criminals have figured out a new way of acquiring the drugs they need to produce meth. This is one of the exact activities that MethTrack.com was designed to detect. This activity has come to be known as “smurfing”
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