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(HighTimes) Last month, authorities in the Dominican Republic arrested 17 men suspected in the extortion of more than $800,000 from American citizens. DEA officials say the majority of those victimized in this scam were led to believe they had illegally purchased pharmaceuticals from the Dominican Republic.
The is how the shakedown happens: After a victim places an order online for prescription medication, someone impersonating a DEA officer contacts them and declares their drug purchase was violation of federal law. “They find a known DEA name for example the DEA head of a Houston office, Dallas, San Francisco, something like that, and they call up claiming to be a DEA agent,” said DEA special agent Steve Robertson.
The conning culprit then gives the victims an ultimatum — either pay a hefty fine or go to jail. Since the victims typically have no interest in being locked up in federal prison, most opt to pay the fine, which the criminal has them do using a prepaid credit card — making the transaction untraceable.
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