It’s important to keep hearts open this time of year, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t beware of scams designed to potentially defraud or disable you financially.
From false advertising designed to take your money, to false news reports designed to incite non-productive emotional responses; from unsolicited phone calls designed to gather personal information or access to your assets, to pop-up boxes on your computer with urgent messages designed to scare you into action and take over your private files… From seniors, to children, inexperienced young adults to savvy online shoppers all need
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