You’ve probably received one of those scam IRS phishing calls, the ones where someone pretending to be with the IRS tells you you’re in trouble because you owe back taxes and then demands payment over the phone.

Be prepared—you may be getting one from the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).

Or rather, from someone pretending to be with the DEA.

Con artists posing as a DEA Special Agents or DEA Diversion Investigators are trying to extort money from DEA registrants—anyone who must be registered with the DEA to prescribe controlled substances, such as doctors, pharmacists, and, of course, veterinarians—over the phone.

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