Steer Clear of Scams with These Pointers
Choose tough passwords. Fraudsters use Facebook and other social media profiles to figure out passwords. These scam artists skim profiles trolling for common names and phrases that consumers often use for passwords. Create passwords that contain numbers, letters, and symbols and are more than six characters.
Don't be an open book.
The information you post on the Internet isn't private. Use careful judgment about anything you post online.
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Strategic Services provider, has enhanced its fraud prevention website at moneygram-preventfraud.com
, with specific advice for anyone initiating a money transfer:
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