Marvin Roger Law: Fake Insurance Email Scam
Marvin Roger Law Scam: How It Works
Did you receive an email from an attorney office called Marvin Roger Law? It is an insurance-related message that is circulating around – sent by cybercrooks – claiming to be from this company. This fake Marvin Roger Law email is the subject of the latest schemes perpetrated online, which is nothing but one of the well-written, typical phishing scams. Let’s look into it.
The email claims to be from the lawyers at Marvin Roger Law, a respectable and legitimate attorney desk. What does it say?
The notification tells the potential victims that they are about to receive some money from insurance papers left by some of their relatives. However, the name the scammers write in the email is totally unfamiliar. Alternatively, some emails don’t list any names, so the victims fall for the scam faster.
Just a note that these emails are not coming from the real Marvin Roger Law office, but from scammers impersonating attorneys in that office. The scam has the format of every inheritance scam. How does that look like?
Watch the video below to see the Inheritance Scam exposed:
Same as in the Marvin Roger Law scam, the crook tells you that you’ve got an inheritance in a foreign bank. He just claims to be the representative of the deceased and needs help getting you the funds. At the end of the day, it’s your money, right? Wrong. How does the scam work?
To start the process, the fake lawyer needs a fee for processing the documents. As you can imagine, victims pay knowing that they will get the insurance money soon. That never happens.
Marvin Roger Law Impersonation: How To Avoid
Please don’t fall for a request for getting money out of a foreign country, especially if the email looks like the one sent from the fake office. Criminals contact their victims not only via email but through social media as well, so beware.
How To Report a Scammer
Make your family and friends aware of the Marvin Roger Law scam by sharing it on social media using the buttons provided. You can also officially report the scammers or any type of inheritance letter sample to the Federal Trade Commission using the link below:
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