One man, alarmed at the thought that hackers might attack his computer, shelled out $14,990 to a company promising a "fix" that would keep it safe. Eight months later, the 68-year-old from Hawaii mailed the same company a check for $24,999 more.
Money mules are people who receive and transfer money obtained from victims of fraud. Some money mules know they’ve been recruited to assist criminal activity, but others become money mules without realizing their activity is benefiting fraudsters.Read Scam Article
Have you received unsolicited mobile text messages indicating that a USPS delivery is awaiting your action, with an unrecognized web link to click in the body of the message? Don’t click the link! This type of campaign is a scam called smishing.Read Scam Article