Scammers will call or send messages pretending to be a grandchild begging the grandparent to wire money immediately.
According to the latest AARP Bulletin there are many scams that occur between October 15th and December 7th which is the Medicare Open Enrollment period.
We get smartphones and scammers somehow figure out how to outsmart us and our smartphones.
Here are some guidelines from the FTC when dealing with a possible scammer on the phone. My advice is to just hang up or not even take the call.
Every year thousands of people lose money to telephone scams, from a few dollars to their life savings.
Scammers had a field day with the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), using it as a way to fool Americans into sharing their personal information.
With online and mobile banking skyrocketing, it’s no surprise that scams are quickly following.
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This is a national campaign to help consumers make better-informed decisions and avoid being scammed.
According to AARP, folks over age 65 make up only an eighth of the U.S. population but are a third of all scam victims.