What to do to Avoid SC A M S !
If a deal sounds too-good to be true, it probably is. Do your research thoroughly.
Know who you are dealing with - verify where a call or e-mail is coming from. Do research on the internet to verify
a seller's physical address (not just a p.o. box) and phone number. Check customer reviews, especially negative ones.
If someone calls and wants you to act - quickly, it could be a SCAM. Tell them you will think-about-it, and take
Don't send or wire money to strangers. It's better to do business with sites you know and trust and use payment
options that offer protection, such as credit cards.
Be aware that wiring money is just like Sending Cash. So be wary of sellers who insist on wire transfers. It's nearly
impossible to trace the money or reverse the transaction.
LOOK FOR PART 2 OF WHAT TO DO TO AVOID SCAMS! coming soon.
When it comes to Real Estate, put yourself in the hands of a knowledgeable and caring representative: Call Doris!
Doris Halko, Associate Broker (315) 278-1976 e-mail: Doris@DorisHalko.com
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