With taxes coming due now, you may be getting phone calls from someone that they are an IRS employee. These scam artists are trying to intimidate you with threats of arrest and seizure of your property if you don’t pay your debt today. In some cases the caller is trying to get the person’s Social Security number, driver’s license or other useful information.
Another scam that is putting our senior citizens at risk. These scam artists are directly targeting our elderly population. They are counting on their vulnerability by claiming to be a son, a daughter or other relative that is deeply in debt or in trouble. With payment over the phone so common today it only makes our senior citizens more in danger. Make sure to talk to any elderly individual that may fall victim to this scam.
As smartphone technology continues to evolve, it also paves the way for an increasing amount of mobile phone scams.
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