Jury duty scam rampant again

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By Lisa King

Michele Wolfe can breathe a sigh of relief now that the ordeal is over.

She had almost fallen prey to the widely circulating jury duty scam, which would have robbed her of $2,000.

“This guy asked me to go to the bank and get my money and then he would meet me at the sheriff’s department,” she said. “I mean, he gave me court numbers, he gave me the court date, I mean he gave it to me all. I was like, ‘Wow, OK.’ Everything seemed up front, it seemed for real.”

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