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Marion County Recorder warns of mail scam regarding property deeds

For the Courier-Post
Posted: Aug. 21, 2019 5:17 pm

PALMYRA, Mo. – A recent scam with letters requesting payment for a copy of a real property deed are part of a recent scam, according to Marion County Recorder of Deeds Harla Friesz.


Marion County residents could receive a letter prompting them to mail in $87 to receive a copy of their real property deed. Friesz said these letters are not coming from the Recorder of Deeds Office and are part of a scam.


The company is attempting to receive an exorbitant fee for a copy of the deed. Friesz said she can provide a copy of the deed for a nominal fee.


More information is available by contacting the Recorder of Deeds Office at 573-769-7001.


 

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