Jury duty scam grabs hold of Riverside County

Riverside County Sheriff’s authorities warned residents today to beware of scam artists using false jury duty reports to

trick people into giving money.

The rouse involves someone claiming the intended victim has an arrest warrant for failing to show up for jury duty. The caller then asks for money, the sheriff’s department reported.

Sheriff’s authorities would not call, e-mail or fax anyone for failing to report for jury duty. Those who have not shown up for the service should go to their assigned courthouse or call to reschedule, sheriff’s officials said.

2 Responses to "Jury duty scam grabs hold of Riverside County"

  1. Miss Meri   August 19, 2014 at 9:29 am

    So many scams… I guess it’s too old-fashioned of an idea to actually work for a living instead off ripping off innocent people.

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  2. Reality Checker   August 21, 2014 at 6:38 pm

    Anyone that falls for this deserves to lose their arse. If you’re so stupid that you would fall for this, I have a better and easier way for you to lose everything you have. Just vote democrat. The gubmint will take everything you have and give it to some jerk that don’t wanna work.

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