Jury Duty Scammers Still Working the Phones

Published April 29, 2017 by zuzusays

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Senior Friendly Guilford

This message brought to you on behalf of North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein.

North Carolinians continue to receive calls from phony sheriff’s deputies who claim they skipped jury duty and a subsequent court date. The caller says a warrant has been issued for your arrest, or soon will be, but you can pay a fine now and avoid being arrested.

These con artists are trying to exploit your fear of getting on the wrong side of the law, and hoping they can squeeze money out of you before you realize it’s a scam. The North Carolina Attorney General’s Office has received dozens of reports about jury duty scams so far this year, and six people have fallen victim. Victims of the jury duty scam report losses of about $1,000 each.

All of the victims were instructed to use Green Dot Money Pak cards as their method of payment. These…

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