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Internet Crime: Who’s Affected?

crimeWritten By: Gerry Hafer

Every day throughout 2020, the FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) logged well over 2,000 contacts concerning suspected internet-enabled fraud, up from 2019’s level of 1,280 per day. As mentioned in yesterday’s post, the higher volume is largely attributable to cyber criminals exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic…in fact, IC3 reported more than 28,500 pandemic-related complaints,

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Stephen Russell
5 months ago

Over 60+ seniors:

Delete emails U dont know address or looks odd
Contact sites like AOL?
Let AMAC know?
Tell others
Do Not Disturb switched on phone
& some scammers use professional looking sites U can be fooled
If accounts act up U may have been whacked
But less on phone due to hackers alone

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