Scam Emails & Letters
Ketenci&Ketenci International Legal Practice (ILP) has been made aware that our name is being used in a number of unsolicited "advance fee fraud" emails and letters sent to members of the public. These emails usually often purport to come from, or use the name of, one of our partners.
We wish to inform the public that Ketenci&Ketenci has no involvement with these emails and that references to our firm and our partners is unauthorised and unlawful and subject to strict prosecution. We strongly advise public to be vigilantly aware of such fraud attempts. We suggest that you do not respond to these emails and simply delete them.
If you receive an email from someone purporting to be a partner or member of our staff that is not in the following format it is not a genuine communication from us: [email protected]
If you would like to confirm whether a particular email is genuine, please contact us on [email protected]
Our law firm disclaims all responsibility with respect to any expense, loss, and/or damage of any kind, which might have occurred in connection with any fraudulent membership or event registration invitation.
Recipients of such e-mail messages may use following websites in order to identify scams:
· FBI – New E-Scams & Warnings ( http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/e-scams )
· USA.gov – Consumer Frauds and Scams ( http://www.usa.gov/topics/consumer/scams-fraud.shtml )
· Known Legal Professional Impersonator Scams ( http://www.hg.org/legalscammers.html )
· Scam Check Station ( http://www.scambusters.org/scamcheck.html )
· Scam-O-Matic ( http://www.scamomatic.com/ )
· Scam.com ( http://www.scam.com/ )
· Snopes.com – Nigerian Scam, “4-1-9” or Advance Fee Fraud scheme ( http://www.snopes.com/fraud/advancefee/nigeria.asp )