Scam email #238806 - Bill for Government-Imposed Charges for 911 Services - 911 BILL#: 1624539 SECOND NOTICE!
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Date: Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 5:16 AM
Subject: Bill for Government-Imposed Charges for 911 Services - 911 BILL#:
1624539 SECOND NOTICE!
[image: magicJack] Dear JAMES LIMARDO,
This is a bill for 911 service - 911 BILL#: 1624539 SECOND NOTICE!
Certain emergency communications districts have required that we attempt to
bill you via email the charges they impose for your being able to dial 911
services. It is important that you pay this charge. If you do not pay this
government-imposed charge, the emergency communications district in your
jurisdiction may seek to collect any amounts from you directly.
magicJack does not profit at all for this service and the funds we collect
are turned over to the government authority pursuant to their requirements.
Please click here to find out the specific charges in your area
and you will be directed on how to pay for them.
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