DEA: Don’t Give Your Information Away During the Holidays

The Drug Enforcement Administration is warning the public of widespread fraud in which scammers impersonate DEA agents.

  • DEA will never contact members of the public or medical practitioners to demand money or payments. DEA notifies individuals of investigations or legal action in the form of a letter.
  • Never give money or gift cards to someone you don’t know.
  • If you do receive a call from someone claiming to be with DEA, report the incident at
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