Attorneys & Lawyers & Counselors, Fraudulently Fooled

Beware of email attachments purporting to carry case information, courts warn

If I skip my hearing on Tuesday and claim it was because I thought my Notice was a fake court e-mail, will that be a good enough excuse?

“But Your Honor, after Target got hacked and my bank account was drained, I just just couldn’t take any chances.”

MKT
Do I really need to type CLICK BELOW FOR THE REST OF THE STORY?

Beware of email attachments purporting to carry case information, courts warn.

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