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A Warning on Hurricane Relief Scams and Your Social Security Number

Yes, it’s a sad statement on the level of depravity that unfortunately accompanies catastrophic events like Hurricane Harvey in Texas and now Hurricane Irma getting set to traumatize the Eastern Coast. Con artists tend to use the emotions that well up in people as avenues for outright theft and deception, so be warned to do you homework for pledging any financial support to anyone claiming to represent those in need. And, above all, do not provide your Social Security number to anyone claiming to need it to process you contribution. This article by Shannon Mullen, a member of the Asbury Park Press Investigations Team, stresses the problem in detail…read it here…


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