There have also been reports of a scam in which an email is sent which is meant to appear as a subpoena issued by the Federal Court, and which requires that information be supplied via a link. Please note that under the Federal Courts Rules, a subpoena must be served personally (in person) and not by email. An example of a fraudulent email is shown below:
A Fraudulent "Canada Federal Court" Email Subроеna
You're invited to the Federal Сourt
Thu 12/7/2017 4:47 PM
From: "Federal Court"
Canada Federal Court
You have rесiеvеd a subроеna
You are invited to the Law Court by the judge being that of crime commitment.
View your case details
You must give all the necessary details to the Court within 5 days, starting from the time at wich this message was recieved. If the information is not provided, the court can take place without your involvement.
This message is automated. Please don't answer
© Federаl Соurt (Сanada) - Сoаt оf Аrms
If you receive a call or email of this nature, do not comply with their demands and contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501. If you believe that you have fallen victim to such fraud, call your local police as soon as possible.
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