- in the category: Fraud alerts
We have been informed of scam emails being sent to law firms claiming to be attaching a subscription invoice from Xero, stating that an amount will be debited from your credit card and inviting you to click on a link.
We have been informed of suspicious emails sent to law firms looking very similar to a genuine LMS Charge Registration email.
We have been informed of scam emails sent to law firms and claiming to be from a client in connection with the purchase of a property.
We have been informed of a fake website using real law firm addresses.
We have recently been informed of multiple telephone scams - one from someone claiming to be from the Law Society and others from fraudsters claiming to provide a 'Telephone Preference Service'.
We have been informed of scam emails claiming to be from 'Law Society' sent out to solicitors and law firms with PDF downloads.
Scottish law firms have recently been targeted by a redemption statement scam when acting in sale or remortgage transactions.
We are aware of a potential scam where solicitor firms are receiving emails claiming to be from members of the public asking them to click a 'dropbox' link.
We’re aware of scam involving a fake law firm calling itself 'James Strachen Solicitors' claiming to have an address at Carnoustie High Street in Angus.
We’re aware of scam involving a fake law firm calling itself ‘Campbell Brown Legal Solicitors’ with a website claiming Campbell Brown is their ‘lead attorney’ and they ‘take cases all over the world’.
The Law Society of England and Wales have confirmed that they did not send these emails and you should not open the attachment.