Scam Squad: Lawyers, HOAs; everyone’s a target (AZ)

We believe that we will not be scammed, that there is always something that will alert us to something fake. It may by the incorrect grammar in the email or the poorly spoken English on the phone call. However, fraudsters are not all inept. In fact, they may be well-educated. They may have high-tech skills that permit them to create fraudulent ‘certificates’ with icons that appear to be authentic. The scammers even may choose to create an email that has your bank or credit union logos.   Read the article…………


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