Subpoena
Vzwuser9876
Newbie

Will Verizon notify you if your identity is being sought via a subpoena for records?

 

 

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Qes2
Enthusiast - Level 2

Of course they won’t. I think it’s called 18 USC 2 704B or something in the 2700s if you found anything about it, let me know because you won’t

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vzw_customer_support
Customer Service Rep

Hi, Vzwuser9876! Thank you so much for reaching out to us.

We have an amazing team for Security Assistance, and we ensure court orders, search warrants, subpoenas and other legal demands served upon Verizon are processed confidentially and in compliance with all applicable laws, and coordinates court appearances for Verizon Custodian of Records.

We pay careful attention to law enforcement demands to obtain customer data or to restrict access to information, and we carefully review each demand that we receive to ensure that it is valid. We seek to minimize disclosure of customer data by narrowly interpreting demands and may seek clarification, request modification, or pursue other options, including contesting a demand, if circumstances warrant. We also seek to be accountable and transparent by sharing information about how we handle demands and about our disclosure of customer data.

 

Verizon Security Assistance Team will only accept valid legal demands (subpoena, court order or search warrant) for records. Please address your legal requests to Verizon. Legal demands for Subpoena may be faxed to 1.888.667.0028. Court Orders or Search Warrants can be faxed to 1.888.667.0026.

>Drea

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Qes2
Enthusiast - Level 2

I wonder if anyone or everyone has read 18 USC 2703 four and five
my guess is that we haven’t until now and it doesn’t matter we’re dealing with big business and big business deals with dollars not privacy, but I got a dollar for you

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Qes2
Enthusiast - Level 2

So when I ask for records of any court, orders of subpoenas that would’ve long been out of date, the subpoena compliance team told me they could not confirm or deny my request. Let me tell you what that means when my wife lied in court she always prefaced it with I cannot confirm or deny it’s the legal way of being dishonest, so why don’t you just say what you really mean SnowDen did

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