FRAUD I CORONAVIRUS FRAUD I COVID-19 SCAMS – Scams and Fraudulent Ploys Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
April 13, 2020
The Federal Trade Commission released an article last week discussing two common scams surfacing amid the Covi-19 pandemic: (a) medicare scams and (b) fraudulent relief payment messages.
It is never wise to release personal information or make payments in response to an inbound call. If you suspect you are being scammed it is best to take the callers or senders information rather than making an immediate payments or disclosures. You should always have the opportunity to call back should the caller or sender be affiliated with a legitimate government agency.
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If you or someone you know has fallen victim to a Coronavirus scam or Covid-19 fraud we encourage you to call our offices today at 619-432-5145 for a free consultation with one of our Fraud Attorneys and Coronavirus Lawyers.