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Emails with offers that sound too good to be true. Text messages alerting you to false problems with your credit/debit card. Threatening phone calls demanding...
Every day, people lose thousands of dollars to lottery and sweepstakes scams.
Scammers lay psychological traps that build your trust, lower your skepticism and increase the likelihood that you will give them money.
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Scammers try to make victims of the valorous.
In Washington, more than 8,300 consumers filed identity theft reports with the FTC last year.