"The Office of the Attorney General Complaint" Malicious Ransomware Email
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The “The Office of The Attorney General Complaint” Malicious and Fake Email
From: The Office of The Attorney General firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: The Office of The Attorney General Complaint
Dear Business Owner:
A complaint has been filed against your Business.
Enclosed is a copy of the complaint which requires your response. You have 10 days to file a rebuttal if you so desire.
You may view the complaint at the link below.
Rebuttals should not exceed 25 pages and may refer to any additional documents or exhibits that are available on request.
The Office of The Attorney General cannot render legal advice nor can The Office of The
Attorney General represent individuals or intervene on their behalf in any civil or criminal matter.
Please review the enclosed complaint. If filing a rebuttal please do so during the specified timeframe.
The Office of The Attorney General
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