Helping You Avoid Scams This Holiday Season

By Andrew Maisch -
December 16, 2022

Social Security-related scams continue to be widespread, especially during the holidays. Criminals pretending to be from Social Security and other federal government agencies are tricking victims into sending money or sharing personal information. The scam tactics and scripts may vary, but the ultimate goal is to pressure victims to send money using methods such as gift cards or wire transfers. Read more from SSA.gov Here: https://bit.ly/3WplQgZ

Source: https://blog.ssa.gov/helping-you-avoid-scams-this-holiday-season/

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