This is What Fraud Looks Like

This cashier’s check is fake.

I received a phone call from a potential client, Jeffrey Miller (not his real name), who allegedly had settled an employment discrimination and harassment claim against Walgreens for $101,580.00. It had been about a month since the settlement, and he hadn’t received the funds. He claimed that Walgreens’ told him that because of COVID-19, everything was put on hold. He wanted to retain my firm to get paid without further delay.

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The “Streaming Lawyer” Joins Cops on Blab To Help Fight Internet Fraud and Crime

If you’re the victim of Internet fraud or crime, then watch this show. If you’d like to learn how to protect yourself from online crime and fraud, use the tips shared in this interview!

Also joining us were Joel Comm and Brian Fanzo

Stopping Internet Fraud and Crime

Seven Tools Lawyers Use for Background Checks (and you can too)

In today’s #Periscope, I shared seven paid and free tools you can use to do a background check on a person or business. We always use one or two of these tools before allowing a client to do business with an unknown third party and you should too.

Click here or on the image to watch today’s scope and learn more about these seven tools.

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