Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority warns of new scam

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority has issued a warning for licensees about a new scam.

The agency said a scammer is asking licensees to verify email addresses with a link while using a fake Gmail account. The fake email follows a legitimate OMMA email sent out Tuesday about updating licensees on new software.

OMMA officials warn against clicking on any links or responding to the email unless it has a .gov URL.

Someone fraudulently posing as an OMMA employee is sending a scam email that asks medical marijuana licensees to verify...

Posted by Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority on Tuesday, January 4, 2022