A new way of telephone fraud in new Jersey

A new way of telephone fraud in new Jersey

FBI warns residents of new Jersey about the new method of fraud on the phone. The caller appears to be a law enforcement officer (this may be marshals or Sheriff’s office). The scammer blames the man that he did not appear for court to participate as the designated juror. He reports that in connection with a failure to appear warrant was issued for arrest. Next, the attacker requires the victim to pay a fine for absence, transferring money to a debit card, and then provide their card details.

The FBI say that the use of the new scheme was recorded mostly in new Jersey but in other States also recorded similar cases.

A new way of telephone fraud in new Jersey

To avoid becoming a victim of a Scam, the FBI recommends the following rules:

  • Never give money or personal information to someone you don’t know with whom you have no connections. Especially if you did not initiate contact.
  • Trust your instincts: if the person calling you is pressuring you or says anything that in your opinion, is suspicious or wrong — hang up.
  • If you are in any doubt as caller information, verify it personally by contacting law enforcement or the court.
  • If you are a victim of telephone or Internet fraud, you can file a complaint here.


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