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Stay Safe From These AirBNB Scams

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January 4th 2017 by
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Going on vacation should mean truly experiencing a new location. That’s part of the appeal behind room-sharing sites like AirBNB, where anyone with a spare room can become a host. As a guest of a local, you’ll get a real sense of a location – and you’ll save money, too! However, the system is based on trust, which means crooks will try to exploit it. The Australian Better Business Bureau reported a six-fold increase in scams related to AirBNB in 2016. The service recently expanded its offerings, allowing users to book independently-run guided tours or experiences in addition to rooms.…

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Look Out for This New Amazon Scam

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December 13th 2016 by
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While Amazon remains a convenient online marketplace to find the things you want at low prices, it’s not without flaws. The latest scam involves using Amazon’s third-party selling feature to trick customers into paying for high-ticket items… which they never receive. The Scam Numerous victims have come forward about this scam, and their stories all follow a similar pattern. They find an expensive item they’ve been looking for at a good price on Amazon. The customer notices the item is through a third party seller (not directly through Amazon), and there are instructions to contact the seller before placing the order.…

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Get These Things Out Of Your Purse Or Wallet Now!

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December 1st 2016 by
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Your wallet can easily become cluttered with loyalty cards, coupons, cash, checks, store credit cards, and a host of identification cards. Not only is a over-stuffed wallet a hassle to carry, it may make identity theft easier. Give your purse or wallet a good once over. Look for things you don’t regularly need, and take them out! Some things should never be in your purse or wallet. If you see these items as you’re trimming down your daily carry, take them out immediately. 1.) Your Social Security card It’s easy enough to stuff the card into your wallet when you…

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15 Holiday Scams to Look Out For

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November 29th 2016 by
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Between the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping and getting together with friends and family, it’s important to be on alert for scams and fraudulent activity on your accounts. The holiday season is peak time for identity theft and cyber crimes, and education is the key to keeping your information safe. 1. Fake charities – It’s always wonderful to give, but do your research before contributing. There are people that prey on goodwill and set up fake organizations to collect your money. 2. Fake retailers – You also might see fake businesses popping up online. If you receive a solicitation…

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Watch For These Product Recall Scams!

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November 22nd 2016 by
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A product recall is never pretty. Organizing refunds and exchanges for customers takes time. Meanwhile, the customers just want their product to work! Unfortunately, many scammers prey on customers’ confusion and frustration. There are several ploys criminals use to steal money or information using the cover of a product recall. 1.) Discounted cellphones Recently, Samsung issued a product recall on their Note 7 phones, instructing customers to bring their phones to their carrier’s store and exchange it for a new one. However, people who aren’t the original purchaser of the phone or who’ve bought it online, have had trouble getting…

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