People are still falling for bogus lotteries and work-at-home rip-offs.
Most of the information on a check would not pass the 'Internet safety test.'
Cybercriminals are gearing up to take advantage of the holiday season.
With some exceptions, asking someone how much they make is a big no-no.
Fake e-mail says your bank has been taken over by the FDIC.
These ID theft devices are probably more common than you think.
Taking these precautions could greatly reduce your risk.
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