Hello,I would be leery of this company. While I can't prove that this is a scam, the signs are not good:1) The website indicates the company is less than 5 months old and the domain name will expire in 7 more months. This is not a good sign.2) There is no contact information on the website. There is no contact information on the website's WHOIS either. Also, the firm is using a proxy service to hide its actual identity and location. This would be a very unusual decision for a law firm.3) According to the California Bar Association, there is no such attorney licensed to practice law in California as Christopher Stead. If I look up the Bar #5786, I find that the number belongs to a lawyer who is deceased. For all of the above reasons, I'd pass this firm up. Taken altogether, it looks far too risky for comfort.
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