LANE COUNTY, Ore. -- Lane County residents have been receiving false letters stating their property is at risk.
The letter is a fake notice of warrant and tax lien. It claims the property seizure is imminent, and it includes a non-local number to call.
Here are some red flags to lookout for if you receive a suspicious letter:
- A full agency name is not provided
- There isn't an agency address
- There's a generic logo on the letter
- Lane County doesn't have an "Office of Lien Filings"
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