Too much of what ends up in our inboxes these days are scams: dishonest attempts to separate us from our money.




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Several on-line airline ticket sites are scams used to harvest credit card numbers.


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Personal information that might be used in identity theft schemes against you can be obtained from the web site anybirthday.com.


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Best Buy needs you to submit your credit card information to confirm a possibly fraudulent transaction.


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Scammers con victims into forwarding their phones to other numbers.


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Retail cashiers commonly steal from customers by tricking them into requesting cash back and then pocketing their money.


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People posing as census workers are attempting to elicit personal information over the telephone.


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15-year-old boy makes $71,000 with chain letter scheme.


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Citibank is sending out checking account suspension notices and asking customers to verify their acceptance of new terms and conditions.

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Citibank is sending out messages asking customers to verify their e-mail addresses.

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Citibank is sending out notices asking customers to log in and verify their accounts.


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Office workers are being conned into revealing their home addresses and postcodes, leading to them being burgled during the day.


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Your credit card has been used to place an order with DarkProfits.com.*


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Your credit card has been charged $234.65 for “laundry service.”


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Earthlink is sending out suspension notices via e-mail and asking subscribers to verify their credit card information.


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Auction site eBay is sending out suspension notices via e-mail and asking subscribers to verify their account information.*


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Scam traps the unwary into giving up their AOL information by e-mails telling them they’re being charged for roses ordered through 1-800-Flowers.


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Completion of fake IRS forms arms swindlers with the information necessary to bilk the unsuspecting.


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E-mail from lawyer gives good advice about preventive steps to protect against credit theft.


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The Michigan Department of Treasury has issued an alert about fraudulent e-mail notifications of Internal Revenue Service e-audits.”


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TV news investigation shows Jiffy Lube outlets charging customers for automative maintenance work that was never done.


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Scammers can dupe business phone customers into making long-distance calls for them by posing as phone company employees and requesting the called parties to press the 9,0, and # keys.*


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In Britain, mobile phone owners are being tricked into calling a number that charges them £50 a minute.


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Paypal needs you to verify your bank account and credit card number.


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Scammers are racking up hundreds of dollars per phone call by borrowing homeowners’ phones and placing five-minute calls to expensive premium rate services.


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You can make up to $75 per hour processing refunds for FedEx and UPS.


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Make money by learning the secrets of the World Currency Cartel.


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A company called Send Money Now has charged $373.56 to your debit card.


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A Russian boy named Sergei needs adoptive parents.


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Gas stations are routinely imposing an extra $10 on credit card customers.


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Phony e-mails purportedly from VISA‘s “Department of International Investigations” are luring gullible victims into divulging their credit card information to scammers.


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Amazon notification of canceled book order.


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Raspberry Ultra Drops have been vetted by Fox News and endorsed by Dr. Oz.


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Video shows the deleterious results of using Head & Shoulders shampoo.