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First there was phishing: scammers using emails to trick people into giving up confidential information. Now there’s also vishing (they con you into calling to verify information) and smishing (same idea, but they contact you via text).
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Scam Artists Go "Phishing" for Financial Information
Phishing is a method scammers use to obtain confidential information via the Internet, and the practice is growing. This new favorite sport of scammers comes in a convincing disguise, making it easy for recipients of phishing emails to be fooled.
Protect Yourself When Donating Money Online
Donating money online is a convenient way that you can lend a hand, unfortunately it’s also a simple way for scammers to divert your money to them. Here are a few easy tips to remember to make sure your gift is sent to the intended recipient.
Give to Legitimate Charities
Ask to see the organization’s 990 IRS Form. Charities must file this document with the Internal Revenue Service.
Type the Web Address of the Charity You’d Like to Give to
Scammers are spoofing the Social Security Administration's (SSA) 1-800 customer service number to try to get your personal information. If you get a call that looks like it’s from the (SSA), think twice. Spoofing means that scammers can call from anywhere, but they make your caller ID show a different number – often one that looks credible.