What to do to AVoid Scams Part 2 of 1
Never reply to email messages, text messages, or phone calls asking for personal information. Don't click on links in
these messages either.
Never give your credit card, Social Security, Medicare or other personal information over the phone, if you did not initiate
If you get a message that shows concern about your account status, don't reply. Call directly the number listed on your
credit or debit card or your account statement.
Be wary of someone who calls claiming they are with law enforcement or the government. The government will not
call you to offer deals or ask you for personal information.
Check your monthly statements to see if there are any charges you didn't make. Scammers who steal your identy
will often run up charges in your name.
Be suspicious of investment opportunities that promise high return at low risk. Talk to your financial adviser, family
member, or friend about how proper financial planning can protect you from risks and help you reach your goals.
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