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    2. Unauthorized COVID-19 tests are popping up online. How to avoid getting scammed

      Unauthorized COVID-19 tests are popping up online. How to avoid getting scammed
      Unauthorized testing kits are popping up online as scammers try to take advantage of the demand for COVID-19 testing. Heres what the Federal Trade Commission suggests to avoid falling for a scam: Only buy tests authorized by the FDA you can find a list of those on the FDAs website Check the FDAs list of fraudulent COVID products to ensure the test youre about to buy isnt on there Look ...
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    3. Get ready for another chaotic tax filing season as an underfunded IRS struggles to stay afloat

      Get ready for another chaotic tax filing season as an underfunded IRS struggles to stay afloat
      Never miss a story: Follow your favorite topics and authors to get a personalized email with the journalism that matters most to you.Years of financial and administrative neglect by Congress coupled with the devastating impacts of COVID-19 and new responsibilities have sent the Internal Revenue Service spiraling into chaos. The troubles translate into difficulty in processing refunds quickly, auditing returns to catch cheating, and a lack of services to ...
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    4. Why you shouldn't borrow or withdraw from your retirement fund

      Why you shouldn't borrow or withdraw from your retirement fund
      Investing enough for retirement is a challenge. Unfortunately some people end up making it harder by making a costly error. It's helpful to understand the risks of this common mistake so you can avoid it if possible. By doing so, you'll maximize the chances of ending up with the funds you need to enjoy your later years. Will you put your retirement security in jeopardy by making this ...
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    5. Kiplinger's Personal Finance: What you need to know about payment apps

      Kiplinger's Personal Finance: What you need to know about payment apps
      Whether splitting a restaurant bill with friends, paying the pet sitter or tipping your barber, theres a good chance youve found yourself using a peer-to-peer payment app or at least considering it. PayPal, Venmo, Zelle, Cash App and others make it easy to send and receive money. You link your bank account, debit card or credit card to the app, so you dont have to swap sensitive account information with ...
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    6. Automatic Tax Refunds Will Be Issued Soon: Here’s How to Ensure the Money Hits Your Account

      Automatic Tax Refunds Will Be Issued Soon: Here’s How to Ensure the Money Hits Your Account
      Now that the holidays are over, Americans are anxiously awaiting another nerve-wracking time of the year. The holidays, for many Outsiders, signified a significant loss of funds. However, our annual tax returns are right around the corner. That said, the IRS is planning to automatically release tax refunds shortly. In preparation,...
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    7. Urgent Google Voice Authentication warning as FBI flag Gmail hackers – five ways you can avoid being scammed

      Urgent Google Voice Authentication warning as FBI flag Gmail hackers – five ways you can avoid being scammed
      Urgent Google Voice Authentication warning as FBI flag Gmail hackers five ways you can avoid being scammed SCAMMERS have been using Google Voice to trick victims, the FBI has wanrned. The Federal Bureau of Investigation ( FBI ) released a warning on Tuesday about scammers recently using Google Voice to steal data from victims that they find online. The scammers start their process by searching online for people who post things on ...
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    8. Student Loan Scams Increase When Payments Are Paused. What to Know

      Student Loan Scams Increase When Payments Are Paused. What to Know
      The Biden administration in December again extended the moratorium on student loan payments and interest, meaning most people with federal loans are off the hook until May 1. In the meantime, however, confusion about the pause, continued calls for broad-based forgiveness and changes to other aspects of student loan debt repayment give scammers increased opportunities to go after borrowers.
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    9. Crypto Scammers Took a Record $14 Billion in 2021

      Crypto Scammers Took a Record $14 Billion in 2021
      Scammers took home a record $14 billion in cryptocurrency in 2021, thanks in large part to the rise of decentralized finance (DeFi) platforms, according to new data from blockchain analytics firm Chainalysis . Losses from crypto-related crime rose 79% from a year earlier, driven by a spike in theft and scams. Scamming was the greatest form of cryptocurrency-based crime in 2021, followed by theft most of which occurred through hacking of ...
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    10. Fake COVID tests: BBB warns of online scam to steal money, personal information

      Fake COVID tests: BBB warns of online scam to steal money, personal information
      As new COVID-19 cases hit record levels due to the exponential spread of the omicron variant, demand for virus testing and at-home testing kits has also skyrocketed. Some stores have even placed caps on the number of at-home COVID-19 tests people can purchase . And with such demand also comes scammers looking to take advantage of the situation, according to officials.
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    11. Tips to Avoid Holiday Scams

      Tips to Avoid Holiday Scams
      Every year, thousands of people become victims of holiday scams. Scammers can rob you of hard-earned money, personal information, and, at the very least, a festive mood.The two most prevalent of these holiday scams are non-delivery and non-payment crimes.In a non-delivery scam, a buyer pays for goods or services they find online, but those items are never received. Conversely, a non-payment scam involves goods or services being shipped ...
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    12. BBB releases top 12 scams to watch out for this holiday season

      BBB releases top 12 scams to watch out for this holiday season
      The Better Business Bureau (BBB) has released a 'Naughty List' with the top 12 scams of Christmas that are most likely to catch consumers and donors off guard during this holiday season.Many of the scams on this list are facilitated through emails and social media platforms, however the latter is where most people are vulnerable, the BBB said. Exercise caution when coming across social media ads about discounted items ...
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    13. Better Business Bureau releases ‘naughty list’ of top 12 holiday scams to look out for | WLNS 6 News

      Better Business Bureau releases ‘naughty list’ of top 12 holiday scams to look out for | WLNS 6 News
      The holidays are the perfect time for you to be around the ones you love. Its also the time to try and find a gift for those loved ones but the holidays are also the prime time for criminals to catch you in a scheme.The Better Business Bureau (BBB)released a Naughty List with the top 12 scams of Christmas that are most likely to catch consumers and donors ...
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