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Here’s how they work: You pick up the phone and hear a recorded message...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: Someone might offer you a job. Or say you’ve...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You get a call from someone who says she’s...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You get a call: “Grandma, I need money...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You see an ad on TV, telling you about a new...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You get a pop-up or other urgent message from...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You get a card, a call, or an email telling you...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You meet someone special on a dating website....    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You see an ad saying you can earn big money at...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: You get a call or an email. It might say you’ve...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: Someone knocks on your door or calls you. They...    [Read More]
Here’s how they work: Someone contacts you asking for a donation to...    [Read More]
Vishing is the telephone equivalent of phishing. Vishing is the act of using...    [Read More]
Phishing is the act of sending an e-mail to a user falsely claiming to be an...    [Read More]
If your wallet has been lost or stolen, take the following actions: Call...    [Read More]
If you feel you have been a victim of identity theft, contact the FTC’s...    [Read More]

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