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Caller ID Says Social Security…But is it Real?

The criminals these days are expanding their criteria these days, using clever tricks to con unsuspecting folks and draw them into their web. As explained in this Washington Times post by reporter Stephen Dinan, the crooks have honed their technique to the point that your telephone’s caller ID can be spoofed to makde it appear that an incoming call is actually from Social Security customer services personnel, when in fact it’s a fraudster set on stealing you personal information for nefarious purposes. Read Dinan’s post here…


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