Opening the letter, the recipient sees "Recorded Deed Notice" in bold letters.
They also read specific information about their property, such as how many bedrooms and bathrooms are in the house, when it was built, how much it cost, the specific parcel number and more.
On the surface, Taylor County PVA Chad Shively said, the document looks real. But he says it's really just a scam.
"So someone who looks at that could be like, 'This could be legit.'"