The FDA recently posted FDA warns of imposters sending consumers fake warning letters. “While warning letters are a common compliance tool used by the FDA, we typically send them directly to companies and individuals involved in the manufacturing or distribution of FDA-regulated products,” said FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D. “Consumers who aren’t involved in manufacturing or distributing FDA regulated products should be on alert that if you get an FDA warning letter, it’s probably fake, and probably a scam.” Full Posting
Remember – Warning letters are given to manufactures, distributors and others who are part of the supply chain for the manufacture and sale of FDA regulated products – Foods, Dietary Supplements, Medical Devices, Drugs, Vaccines and Biologics.
Current warning letters (2013 to present day) are published on the FDA’s website. Older warning letters (2005-2012) have been archived and are no longer available or searchable on the FDA’s website. Knowledge Bank has made archived warning letters available and searchable from the Google search bar at www.fdalabelcompliance.com.