The Veri Law's Website located at www.Verilaw.com
The owners of the website claim the so-called law firm is based in New York, but The New York Secretary of State's Corporate register shows no such firm as Veri Law doing business in New York State. Verilaw also claims to have an office in Washington DC but that too doesn't check out.
The so-called lawyers attempt to trick their victims by sending them passport as proof and links to LinkedIn and other web pages with credentials. But, a lawyer should have a license number that you can verify through his licensing authority. A passport proves nothing more than citizenship and web pages with credentials can be created by anyone, even online scammers.
Sample of a "Veri Law" Email
From: Joseph Cohen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 04 May 2017 07:14 PM
As discussed, please find attached the identification for both myself and the Licensed Broker of Record. Also two links in which will enable you to
look me up, see below.
Joseph Cohen LLM, MBA
Attorney at Law
Tel: (202) 595 2871
Cell (646) 757 1280
Fax: (206) 673 8233
If calling from outside the U.S dial (+1) country code
This e-mail and any attachments may contain confidential and privileged information. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately by return e-mail, delete this e-mail and destroy any copies.
Any dissemination or use of this information by a person other than the intended recipient is unauthorized and may be illegal.
The domain or website www.Verilaw.com was registered in 1999 under the name Verilaw Technologies. Verilaw Technologies back then was a leading provider of Internet solutions and electronic filing for the judiciary, it was not a law firm. See image of the website below.
The Verilaw.com domain or website was abandoned and taken up by scammers who re-registered it in late 2016 and is now using it to scam potential victims.
Online users who have already been tricked by the "Veri Law" scammers are asked to report it to the police. Those who have used their credit cards to make payment to the scammers are asked to contact their banks for help.
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