Warning – Suspicious Letters & E-mails

Please be aware that criminals may pose as someone from Interlegal Group and Affiliated Practices, in order to carry out scams or frauds. Scam e-mails, which are typically badly written, appearing to come from any of our network, or apparently other legitimate law firms, may indicate that:

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    someone has filed a copyright lawsuit against the e-mail recipient; or.

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    The addressee of the e-mail has inherited a substantial sum of money or suggest some other benefit.

The messages may contain malicious attachments or web links. If a user opens the attachment or follows the link, a malicious code may be installed on the user’s system. Alternatively, they may be seeking a payment or banking or other personal information.

We suggest

  1. You do not follow unsolicited web links and do not open unsolicited e-mail messages
  2. You maintain up-to-date antivirus software
  3. Do not respond with money or banking or other personal information

More information regarding these frauds can be found at:

Neither Interlegal Group or it’s Affiliated Parties nor any Interlegal Group’s  individual will be responsible for any losses incurred by any such scam.