Jury Duty Scam

Someone named Steve Wilson called asking why I missed jury duty on February 4. Said that I was mailed a summons on January 27. I asked him isn’t there a age limit for jury duty and he said yes 65. I told him that I was well over that. He started to say something else but I hung up because I became suspicious.In the questions below it asked if the scammers tried to take money. I answered no because I didn’t give him a chance to.

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