Daily Court Reporter - News Telephone marketing scams: How to avoid falling prey
Telephone marketing scams: How to avoid falling prey
You answer a telephone call. A marketer says her company can get you out of debt, save you from a problem detected with your Windows computer or extend your vehicle warranty. Or, a man says you have been selected to receive a discount on a great vacation, product or service. Excited (or alarmed), you hand over your personal and financial information to remedy the problem or take advantage of an amazing opportunity. Later you wonder, “What did I just do?”
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Date Published: April 20, 2017