It’s safe to say that a lot of us are preoccupied with the constant media coverage of the Coronavirus pandemic. The focus continues to hone in on vulnerable people, and while most of us are working to shield those at the highest risk, criminals are working to exploit us all.
What you should know?
Scams change all the time, and as expected, fraudsters have quickly adapted their tactics. Many of us have seen a surge in communication from government, health and utility companies. But while we’re preoccupied with the pandemic, we need to keep our guard up and keep each other up to date so we don’t fall victim to scams.
Scams often have a few things in common:
What kind of scams are making the rounds right now?