Holland and Lieberman Lawsuit

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Holland and Lieberman Lawsuit Scam: How It Works

Watch out for the Holland and Lieberman lawsuit scam, a bogus text message inviting you to file a class-action lawsuit. The text message comes from a certain Sue Davis and promises a payout up to $39,000.

You can rest assured that invitations to class-actions don’t happen just like that. This is one of the most common phone scams. Below is a screenshot of the Holland and Lieberman lawsuit scam:

Holland and Lieberman lawsuit scam

The content reads: “[your name], I’m Sue Davis from Holland and Lieberman. You’re invited to file in our class action lawsuit. Average payout is $39,000! Click here: j4ftq7h.com/KQxD4j3l

Well, there are so many red flags with this text message. The grammar mistakes and the way it’s written are just a couple of signs. In itself, Holland and Lieberman do not exist, so don’t fall for this scam. What happens if you believe and click on the link?



Bogus Holland and Lieberman Text Message

If you do it, you get redirected to a page where you have to take a survey. It seems simple, so you do it—four questions with multiple answer options. After you fill out the bogus survey, you receive a notification that you got approved for the Holland and Lieberman lawsuit settlement!

From there, you have to put some personal information, and at the end, you are offered a draw for a free iPhone 12 Pro. Then, of course, more info is required, and they ask for a $5 customs fee. What does that mean? It means you have to submit your credit card, so you don’t want to do that.



How To Report a Scammer

Let your family and online friends know about the Holland and Lieberman lawsuit scam by sharing this article here on social media. You could also officially report criminals, scammers and other suspicious activities to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) using the link below:




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Brooke

The text sent to me said her name was Cathy Frankel. So the names vary.

Raymond Johnson

The text message I received read as follows: “[my name], I’m David Miller from Holland&Lieberman. You’re invited to file in our class action lawsuit. Average payout is $39 000! fzn3gv.com/UiZAtg5GCw”
It doesn’t come only from Sue Davis. This is an exact quote, including the spacing of the name of the law firm, and the spacing in the $39 000.

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