Frank, Frank, Goldstein and Nager has become aware of scammers impersonating our firm in emails attempting to extort money. These emails claim to come from our firm and demand money sent over PayPal. These are fraudulent emails trying to trick you into sending money to a scammer. Scammers will strike at any chance to make a quick buck, even at the expense of a person’s finances or damaging a business along the way. FFGN will never contact a consumer by email, and would never threaten any consumers.
The emails in this situation appear to come from our firm. These are not legitimate emails. We will never email a consumer and, any correspondence would appear on our letterhead. We do not direct anyone to call any numbers other than our published phone number.
Be aware that many emails requesting your personal information may appear to be legitimate but are just an attempt to steal your information. If you are unsure, contact the sender by phone to verify the email’s legitimacy.
If you received a scam email that purports to come from FFGN, please file a complaint with your local police department and send us a copy by fax, mail, or email.