This week's topic: Fake Warrant Scam
As phone scams have become more prominent over the years, one version has recently risen in popularity among scammers. Posing as representatives of a local law enforcement office, scammers try to trick you into paying them a fine to avoid their fake warrant and possible arrest.
In this week’s security tip, learn more about these fake warrant scams and what you can look for to stay ahead of their tricks.
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Real law enforcement agencies will not tell you to provide monetary card information to avoid arrest.
Never provide any personal identification such as your date of birth or social security number.