Bexar County District Clerk’s Office Warns Against Phone Scam
Residents have called in reporting fraudulent callers asking for money.
For the past few weeks, employees in the Bexar County District Clerk’s Office have fielded calls from numerous residents stating that they have received calls pretending to be a Bexar County Process Server, asking for payment over the phone.
The caller claims they are looking to serve them or they are being asked to verify their date of birth or social security number. At times, the caller gives another phone number to which they can call to pay the money that is supposedly owed to avoid further action.
“I strongly urge the public to be cautious and to never give out their personal information over the phone,” stated Bexar County District Clerk Mary Angie Garcia. “If an individual receives a call and wants to verify its authenticity, they can call my offices directly and one of my deputy clerks can assist them. We will never request payment over the phone from anyone.”
WARNING: This is a fraudulent scam! The District Clerk’s Office does not employ process servers or contact the public by phone asking for payment.
For more information on the District Clerk’s Office or to verify a phone call, please call 210-335-2113 or visit https://www.bexar.org/dc.