appears to be their attorney’s office and directed to call an 800 number to make a payment. Unfortunately, the call is not from the attorney’s staff but instead from an individual who was able to trick the caller ID system into displaying the phone number of the client’s attorney. See the article here: Lawyers and clients beware: Spoof phone calls may direct funds to scammers If you ever receive an unsolicited or unexpected message from our office concerning a payment–whether that message is a call, e-mail, or other–please return contact us using the number by which you normally reach us to confirm the authenticity of the message and the payment instructions before taking further action.]]>
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