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Beware of Social Security scammers

An unfortunate reality of today’s electronic world is that there’s no end to the number and type of scams that cyber-criminals will use to get your personal information for nefarious purposes. The latest scam in the Utah area is a robo-call supposedly from the Social Security Administration claiming that there was suspicious activity in your account and threatening your assets will be frozen unless you call a number and provide personal information to avoid it. Be mindful that no Government Agency will call you in this manner; any such calls you receive are bogus and you should hang up and not return the call. Social Security will always send you a letter in the mail first to notify you, as explained in this article by Terrell Williams appearing at The Spectrum. Click here to read more.

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