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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.
Fraud awareness and avoidance when shopping begin with a few key pieces of advice: If it sounds too good to be true ... don’t let emotion rule…
With pandemic restrictions fading, many look forward to a return to “normal” and rewarding employment.
Ready to vacation? Vaccinated? Masks at the ready? Sanitizer and wipes handy? Scam radar switched on?
Who’s spying on you? How do they do that? What are they hoping to accomplish? How can you stop them (or at least construct roadblocks)?
It’s springtime. Wedding plans finalized? College-bound high school seniors applying for loans? Spring cleaning and home improvement are prior…
The numbers do not lie. While COVID-19 continues to cause financial and employment losses, scammers and con artists enjoy their most successfu…
Impostor scams have been circulating for years, and criminals are constantly “tweaking” their methods to add greater credibility to the scams.
Valentine’s Day has special meaning for many of us, but it can be a dangerous time for those seeking to start a new, romantic relationship.