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There are twelve new scams that we want to warn you about this week as they are making their rounds and are very easy to fall for. Protect yourself from financial fraud by reading these twelve articles:
This scam is going strong these days as it’s only using a phone and Caller ID spoofing to make victims fall hard for it. Read how it works and how to avoid HERE.
The tickets and the vouchers look so realistic that the scam is very hard to avoid. And it is using the regular mail, with official-looking documents. Read HERE.
Technology and medical treatments are advancing so fast nowadays that ‘miracle’ products really do a good job at saving the day. However, beware of this scam HERE.
There are sure tough times to supplement one’s income these days. That is why this scam is extremely prevalent on all the employment platforms. Educate yourself HERE.
This scam is targeting all seniors, so make sure you warn your parents, friends or everyone else who is over 60. Diabolic. Read HERE.
This scam is hitting voicemails and phones across the globe and refer to your credit card interest rates, which are “subject to increase immediately”. Read how to avoid HERE.
This scam is offering the impression of adding money to your fixed income, but is more dangerous because it could get you in law’s hands besides losing your money and identity. Read HERE.
Some of us might still receive late mail from the holidays season, but be aware of this Post Office Storage Fee scam! Read how it works HERE.
As back-to-school time is a hectic one for parents even after the winter holidays, scammers hit back with with an old trick, using the ‘pay for school meals’ technology. Beware of this scam HERE.
Be aware of a new scam going around this week using brands like VISA, Mastercard or AmEx to promise a tempting benefit. How does the scam work? Read HERE.
Here is a sneaky scam preying on people naivety when it comes to vanity and freebies. You receive an email or a voicemail from someone wanting to interview you for a popular publication or a TV station. Then this happens HERE.
If you like to travel, would you get a travel certification in order to save 50% of your expenses every single when you book a trip? Of course you would. Beware of this scam HERE.
Keep your family and friends aware of these scams by sharing them on social media.
Have a safe week!
God Bless – Jesus Loves You!
“Instead of focusing on things which are seen, focus on the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are for a time; but the things which are not seen are eternal”
2 Corinthians 9:15 – Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!