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When the temperature rises, so does the volume of scam phone calls and text messages. Staying safe is challenging but not complicated. Here are some tips for self-defense against these scams:
Scams that try to capitalize on the death of a person have been slowly growing in frequency, increasing dramatically during the pandemic. Here are some things to keep in mind to protect yourself.
A shortage of college housing provides criminals with opportunities. Avoiding these scams means developing a disciplined approach to apartment hunting.
Tracking and hacking are powerful techniques used by criminals to make your life miserable. But you can take a number of steps to minimize your risk.
AARP Vermont Fraud Watch Coordinator Elliott Greenblott, a nationally recognized speaker, will present. “Fraud, Scams and Con-Artists” at 12:30 p.m. May 26 at the Monterey Firehouse Pavilion in Monterey.
Taking these few steps will go far in providing a degree of protections from victimization.
Columnist Elliott Greenblott says criminals are working hard diverting money away from those in need: case in point — Ukraine.
Columnist Elliott Greenblott explains how to protect yourself from an email scam.
August is anticipated by retailers and by scammers. Here are some of the most common scams and questionable hypes in circulation.
The scam victim was a well-educated retiree with advanced college degrees and nearly 40 years of professional employment. Financially successful and socially connected, he considered himself capable of recognizing scams and possibly thwarting the scammers. By the way, I am this unsuspecting victim.