‘Can You Hear Me?’ Scam Warning
Dozens of news outlets reported on a purported scam wherein fraudsters supposedly falsify charges by randomly calling people and asking 'Can you hear me?'
The arrest of a Harvard professor fueled conspiracy theories about the COVID-19 coronavirus disease outbreak in 2020.
This claim has been around for years and makes no scientific sense whatsoever.
While the stimulus payment is technically a tax credit, its categorization as such was made only so the government could disperse payments using the IRS’ existing infrastructure.
A routine review of content labeled satire.
The U.S. president is invested in several mutual funds — some of which include very minor stakes in pharmaceutical companies.