Today, we unveiled a new Fraud Watch Network campaign to inform Americans about social media hazards and provide information about how consumers can protect themselves and their loved ones. While roughly 70 percent of Americans regularly use social media, according to the Pew Research Center, many aren’t aware of these new types of scams.
Among the most common holiday shopping cons is cybersquatting, when scammers steal or slightly alter the name or website address of a well-known company to engage in rip-offs including identity theft, credit card fraud and sale of counterfeit goods.
Hey there blog readers, Jenn here from the communications team. In this week's blog post I want to call your attention to some great free events that are coming up on all things financial.
I must share with you the good fortune that awaited me this morning in an e-mail my AARP spam filter inexplicably intercepted before it could reach me. Luckily for me, I don't trust spam filters, as they invariably deprive me of the most interesting correspondence-and in this case very nearly prevented me from becoming independently wealthy for the rest of my life.
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