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Don't Fall Victim to a Jury Duty Scam
Jury duty scams have been around for years, but have been on the rise in recent months. This scam is effective because it catches victims off guard and puts them in a defensive position, where they fear they might have to serve jail time. Here's how it works.

The Bait
The phone rings and the caller claims to be a jury coordinator. They inform you that there is a warrant out for your arrest because you failed to show up for mandatory jury duty. Since you have never been informed of the jury duty, you tell the scammer that this must be some kind of mistake and that you want to straighten everything out.

The Hook
Now that the scammer has your attention, the scam can take two different directions. Either they will tell you that you can avoid charges by paying a small fine using your credit card over the phone, or that they will look into your claim but will require some information for "verification purposes," including your birthday, address, and even Social Security Number!

Protect Yourself, Keep Informed

  • As a general rule, court officials correspond via email and never ask for information over the phone.
  • Never give out personal information when you receive an unsolicited phone call.
  • Always verify the source and think twice before revealing personal information.

Report Suspicious Behavior
With identity theft on the rise, it's important to take every precaution necessary to keep your identity safe. Finding scammers after they have stolen your identity can be difficult, so prevention is the best defense!

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