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Avoiding the Scammers–Some Tips and Techniques to Protect Yourself

We post fraud protection advice periodically, primarily because we recognize the magnitude of the problem and because it’s a good way to keep everyone on their toes, especially around the holidays. The scammers never take a break, and it’s especially significant around the holidays. And, since so many of the cons revolve around Social Security numbers, we continually post alerts that address how you can detect one of these scams and what you should do about it. This time we’re re-posting an insightful article from Money’s Bianca Rodríguez showcasing some of the more common fraudster approaches and providing guidance on reporting suspected scams. Check it out here…

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