New York, NY (PRWEB) October 19, 2013
Some women who have allegedly suffered real injuries as a result of using Yaz, Yasmin, Gianvi and Ocella are being injured again as con men who claim to be from a settlement center are allegedly inducing woman to send money so they can receive their settlement funds back. According to Attorney Jason T. Brown, of The JTB Law Group, LLC, if you ever have to send money to receive money it is a scam. No attorney or law firm or anyone associated with the Yaz Lawsuit and Yasmin Litigation will ever ask anyone to send in money before receiving settlement funds. If someone is approached by anyone in any context asking to send in money, take down all their information, but do not give out any information about yourself over the phone.
Attorney Brown, a former FBI Special Agent said, "If you have a lawyer contact your lawyer about your case. If someone asks you to send money before you can receive money it is probably a scam. Contact law enforcement immediately to issue a police report. The sooner the bad people are caught the better for everyone."
According to a recent report from Fox News Investigative Reporter Beau Berman (http://foxct.com/2013/10/11/scam-targets-users-of-birth-control-drug/), once money is sent to these individuals, they will keep trying to call to obtain more money.
Some of the defining characteristics of the alleged scam seem to be targeting women who have allegedly been injured by Yaz, Yasmin or Ocella and possibly gaining information from the public filings in court. The only injuries that lawyers are currently pursuing are embolic events such as Deep Vein Thrombosis, Pulmonary Embolism,
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