Are you prepared? Jury duty scams are now becoming very common place.
At one point in time most of us receive a jury summons, and most of us take this summons seriously.
There Are people that skip out on their civic duty and, because of that, a threatening and new kind of scam has come to the surface.
To learn more about identity theft scams see what makes us vulnerable to email scams.
A person will call you claiming to be a jury coordinator.
That fact alone would really terrify the average person and, because of that, you would probably be more than willing to give your personal information just to stop the action that would put you in jail, correct?
I think most of us would, considering the facts, but---
Zap! Your identity has been stolen if you gave out any of your personal information.
Nationwide alerts have been issued by the federal court system and the FBI on their web sites to warn consumers about these dangerous jury duty scams.