Scammers take their cues from headlines, adapting old scams and inventing new ways to steal money or sensitive personal information. On top of that, the coronavirus and the social unrest we're seeing also heighten levels of fear and anxiety, putting us all in a state of mind called "under the ether" that makes us more susceptible targets. And with the hard part of their work done for them, scammers are busier than ever.
You can protect yourself and your loved ones if you know what scams you should be aware of. Our free webinar will provide you with important information to help you confidently spot and identify coronavirus scams. We'll explore:
What to do if you receive emails, text messages or phone calls from sources you don't know
How to protect your personal information such as Social Security, Medicare and credit card numbers
What to do if you get a request to help people affected by the virus
How to identify fictitious emails claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control or experts claiming to have breaking news about the virus
Now more than ever, it's essential to protect yourself from scams. This webinar is the perfect place to start. Register for the webinar.