Posts Tagged ‘debt collecting’

Legal Assistance Inquiry – Email Fraud

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

In a previous post, we questioned the competence of the legal profession as follows:

Based on the relatively high volume of email fraud attempts aimed at lawyers, it appears that lawyers are actually worthwhile targets for scams. Otherwise, this type of fraud would be far less frequent.

There must be a flaw in our logic. It turns out that lawyers are masters of due diligence when it comes to email . . . more »

Scam The Lawyers

Friday, May 28th, 2010

We’re not really sure how to react to email fraud that targets lawyers. After all, the very nature of the legal profession requires the lawyer to keep a sharp eye out for documents and people that misrepresent themselves. Therefore, if any group should be able to spot fraud you’d think it would be those who practice law.

Apparently this is not the case.

Based on the relatively high volume of email fraud attempts aimed at lawyers, it appears that lawyers are actually worthwhile targets for scams. Otherwise, this type of fraud would be far less frequent. more »