‘Contact Tracers’ Capitalize on COVID Confusion
Fraudsters follow the news. If you’re contacted about possible exposure to the coronavirus, make sure it’s legit. Scammers are masquerading as contact tracers, and it’s smart to verify calls or texts before giving out any information. Read a story from NerdWallet to learn more.
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