Another Monday, another scam

Screenshot 2014-11-17 06.32.08Jury duty is a right and a privilege for those of us in the USA – something we should always respect and appreciate. There are times, however, when you have to postpone your civic duty. In my case, it was issues with Mom’s Alzheimer’s and I rescheduled, eventually doing my duty. If you have missed jury duty for any reason or think you may have missed the notice, know that you will ALWAYS be contacted by mail if there is a problem. Not a phone call. Same goes for the IRS. Watch and learn my friend:

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