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LuLaRoe Phishing

LuLaRoe sent out an email to all consultants tonight (July 20th, 2017) to notify them that someone had sent a fraudulent message claiming to be from noreply@LuLaroeBless.com. 266 more words

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If You Use Services Like Venmo For The Wrong Purpose, You Could Lose Money

There are a plethora of peer-to-peer payment options on the market, think Venmo, Facebook Payments, or Square Cash. Each offer users an easy, convenient way to transfer money between people, but many have very specific intended uses; some are for paying your friends, others are for buying goods or paying for services. 891 more words

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Computta Review – Legit Or Scam? | Web Traffic Lounge


Watch out for other Computta Review posts which are just trying to get your money. Learn the full truth about Computta here. Read.
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Surry County residents warned of lottery letter scam

SURRY COUNTY, N.C. — The Surry County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents to be aware of a lottery scam, according to a news release.

Victims receive a mailed letter indicating that the recipient has won $4.5 million from the “BonolotoE.s” or “Bonoloto Int’l LOTTERY PROMOTION PROGRAM.” 128 more words

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Beware bogus ‘WhatsApp subscription ending’ emails and texts

Watch out! There’s a WhatsApp account thief about!

Have you received an email claiming to come from WhatsApp that warns that you have been using the service for more than one year and that it’s time to take out a subscription? 279 more words

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Social Security Administration warns about scam callers trying to steal your checks

NEW YORK– The Social Security Administration is warning that schemers are impersonating government agents and stealing people’s benefits.

In a blog post Wednesday, the agency’s Office of the Inspector General said people have been receiving calls from a number with a 323 area code. 248 more words

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Scam Alert: Phony Government Cons Prey on Small Businesses

Businesses beware! Con artists impersonate government agencies – everything from the health department to the IRS – and target companies with official-sounding cons. Be sure employees know how to spot these scams. 326 more words

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