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The Office of Jury Commissioner (OJC) and local law enforcement agencies regularly receive complaints from people who have been exposed to jury duty scams that are designed to defraud victims of money or personal information.
There are several common features to jury duty scams:
You should never provide personal information or financial authorizations over the phone. The OJC never contacts jurors by phone. Notices are always sent via mail, and multiple warnings, from both the OJC and the courts, are sent over a period of months or even years before an arrest warrant or fine would be issued. Jurors who have received a Delinquency Notice or an Application for Complaint are instructed to contact the OJC to resolve their delinquency, either by serving or proving a legitimate disqualification. Only a judge can order a fine, and collection would never take place over the phone.
Anyone who receives a call demanding money to resolve a warrant or failure to perform jury service should contact their local police or call the OJC at (617) 422-5860.
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