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Social Security and Cyber Crime: Here Are Some Ways to Report It

The AMAC Foundation has taken an aggressive editorial stance on cyber crime in its many forms, with a specific focus that includes the continued expansion of scam activity affecting seniors and Social Security representatives. To help you out on how to report suspected scams and intrusions, this article by CYBERSECURITY & INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY AGENCY (CISA) provides four specific agencies you can contact to convey the details of your fraud situation. Don’t be hesitant…use them! The only way to get a handle on this rapidly growing scourge is to get the details into the hands of the agencies positioned to track them down. Read the post here…

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