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How to avoid falling victim to a Social Security scam

Social Security scams are up and fraudsters are not letting up even during the pandemic. In the past three months, 47 percent of Americans have experienced an attempted Social Security scam and 21 percent of seniors report that they have experienced three or more scam attempts during that time period according to new data from SimplyWise.  So how to protect your personal information; by recognizing what a scam might look like. In Maurie Backman’s article she outlines how you can avoid falling victim to them. Read Ms. Backman’s article here…

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