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Mich. Supreme Court Warns Of Possible Email Scam

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(WLNS) - Officials are warning about a possible "email scam" that looks official, but isn't.


Administrators at the Michigan Supreme Court are warning people that the e-mail accuses the recipient of "illegal soft-ware use" or other offenses and attaches a "complaint" slip or directs for people to click for a link.

The court says the aim is to get a virus or malware onto recipients computers.

The high court says do NOT open the attachment or click the link.

If you think you've been contacted, they say to get in touch with law enforcement.

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