Rick Rock
March 2, 2021

You hopefully know not to click on suspicious emails because they
could be scams. Consumer advocates are now warning you watch out for
suspicious texts, too. Scammers are sending fake text messages saying
there’s big trouble with your bank account, an Amazon order, or a
credit card. They want you to click on a link so you’ll provide
personal info that can be used for identity theft. People don’t expect
scammers to text, so they are more vulnerable to their cons.

Source: AARP Bulletin, 4/21

My Facebook account was recently hacked and people were getting fake messages from me, but it wasn't. Please, Don't open any private messages from me. ~RR~

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