Common Identity Theft and Fraud Schemes

Jury Duty Scam: You get a phone call from an "officer of the court" stating that you've failed to report for jury duty and a warrant is out for your arrest. You're caught off guard, and say that you never received notice. The "officer" offers to help clear up the situation, but needs to verify some of your personal information first, like your birth date, social security number, and perhaps your credit card number.Original Article

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