Scams and Cons: Sheriff's Office partners with Frazee Community Ed to hold class
Scammers are getting creative. It’s not just e-mails asking you to send $2,000 to a foreign prince to help him regain his freedom.
And it’s not just a phone call to an elderly person, telling them to send money to rescue their grandchildren in an overseas prison. Not that those don’t still happen, too.
Now scammers are getting phone numbers, and when people call the local, bogus phone number back, an automatic fee is charged.
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