Jury duty scam making rounds
WORTHINGTON -- According to the Better Business Bureau, a classic scam is back in action.
People across the country are receiving fake voicemails and text messages stating they have missed jury duty and need to pay a $500 fine or face arrest.
More than a dozen states have issued warnings about the scam, which tries to scare victims into giving out personal information.
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