Re: REMINDED ABOUT JURY DUTY SCAMS.....
You know, it's really easier to deal with this sort of thing than having to figure out whether the person on the 'phone is a "jury co-ordinator".
Do not use your Social Security number as an identifier at all; get a driver's license with a state-generated number; only give your SSN to the IRS and people who must report to the IRS (e.g., your bank, your employer), and to legitimate governmental officers. Only do that when you initiate the transaction, fill out the form, engage in face-to-face dealings, etc.
Never give out any information that could be used to identify you (date of birth, mother's maiden name, etc.) without a good reason. Even to governmental agencies. Such as the firearms transfer form - there's a space for your SSN, but it's not required.
Daniel L. Hawes - 540 347 2430 - HTTP://www.VirginiaLegalDefense.com
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