While the internet has connected us to more information than ever, today’s digital age has made it easier for scammers to perpetrate their fraudulent activity. From faux social media postings to password phishing for financial accounts, scammers have found countless ways to get their hands on other peoples’ money.
They use any means to contact victims—telephone, snail mail, email, and the Internet.
They gain your trust and when they have you hooked, they ask you for money; then they take it and run.
The scenarios they use to lure you in change, constantly. But you can protect yourself and your friends and family by arming yourself with knowledge of the most common types of fraud.
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