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(KSL News) A phone call about jury duty may not be what it seems.
The Mountainland Association of Governments released a warning saying identity thieves are calling people telling them they missed jury duty and then asking for personal information to avoid jail time.
They say courts do not ask for personal information over the phone.
The FBI says it's familiar with the scam, and they recommend that anyone who receives one of these calls to hang up.