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Interesting right? I know right it grabs you attention. Well as you all know tonight show is about Scammers who spams you. What are scammers? How do you know when someone is trying to Scam you? Can you trust giving out yur information to people? How to be careful when it comes to scammer. So many questions so many answers. Tune in for tonights shows
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The scammers typically file the fraudulent return early in the season, beating you to the punch. And when you file, that may be the first time you learn your identity has been stolen.
If you're owed a refund and have had your identity stolen, you will have to wait until your case is resolved before the IRS can cut you a check. That typically takes about four months, according to the IRS.
Avoiding Author Scams, Ripoffs, and Robbers—Straight Talk. If you want to know how to avoid getting ripped off as an author, you need to know what an author scam looks like, sounds like, smells like, and it ain't rosey. Host Deidra Hughey, author and blogger known as The Eroticist La Drama Princess gives fresh, new tips to avoid author scams live on the air as she takes calls from victims, witnesses, and scammers themselves about the ins and outs of author scams, ripoffs, and robberies. Authors deserve to have their dream of becoming published and establishing a career come true without someone taking advantage of them. If you need to know how you can avoid getting robbed of your royalties, time, and even your manuscript, it's worth your time to listen and join in the discussion.
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Social Media is a valuable platform to communicate with your audience and a great way to provide value to your target market. Unfortunately, it's also a popular way for scammers to "Phish" for their next unsuspecting victim. Rick and Bill discuss these common scams and how to protect yourself from the negative effects they wreak on you personally and on your business.
Be sure to tune in Wednesday night at 10:00pm EST for Quagmire America Radio, our topic; The Twitter Police, Modes, Anon's and Scammers.
This is the second part in the three part series, in which we discuss if one or many idiots screw it up for everyone. The ranks of our social media Conservative party have been shaken in the past few months, due to the actions of a select few that have been in full on attack/troll mode.
When you have a full on social media nutcase following you well, we are going to let you know the best way to handle these fruit loops. It is sure to be a fun show, with some light hearted banter thrown in the mix.
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Every year, senior citizens in this country are being swindled out of billions of dollars. In a survey conducted by the Investor Protection Trust, the Investor Protection Institute and the American Bar Association, 34 percent of lawyers polled said they are dealing with or expect to have senior clients who have been exploited.
A few years ago, the Investor Protection Trust released a survey that found that more than7.3 million Americans older than 65 already had been victims of fraud. And a recent MetLife survey estimated that seniors older than 60 have lost nearly $3 billion a year to financial abuse. And surprisingly, much of this abuse is not from strangers.
There are lots of scams targeting senior citizens, and according to the experts, some of the more popular ones are: prizes/sweepstakes, investments, charity contributions, loans and mortgages, health, funeral and life insurance.
Most elderly victims of financial abuse don't report fraud because they are either too ashamed, don't realize they are being duped until it's too late to get their money back, or their adult children fail to recognize the problem in time to intervene.
On today’s episode of Your Money. Your Matters, we’ll discuss the issue of scams against senior citizens and what can be done to protect them.
Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time. The program features radio personalities Linda Webb-Mañon and Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; Courtney Moran, Cornerstone Credit Union Foundation, and Todd Mark, Consumer Credit Counseling Services.
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Avoiding Scams and Trolls on Twitter
By, Aaron Stern
Not long ago, Twitter was a novelty social media site that average users thought was silly. Now the microblogging tool is a vital news source and publishing platform, letting anyone share information and opinions from almost anywhere. Almost everyone is on it now, from your favorite celebrity to your parents.
But as is the case with every emergent trend on the Internet, Twitter is also populated by scammers and so-called ‘trolls,’ people who harass and provoke others with posts that range from the annoying to the profane. And what’s more, that security risk is essentially built into Twitter — its public-facing nature allows anyone to follow or mention anyone else, meaning users have little control over who can read their tweets, or tweets about them. Specifically blocking individual users is the only ingrained privacy protection. Avoiding the pitfalls of Twitter is critical to critical to keeping your devices and your identity safe and secure.
Seems that a lot of people are getting scammed again. Call in and tell us how you were scammed and by who. We need to put a stop to this shit!
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Situations Live brings to the show Ms. Wilma Jones from Angelic Make-Up Studio to discuss the effects of Internet Scams. Have you been scammed by something on the internet or something that you may have recieved in your e-mail? Hear her story and how you can overcome and win the battle regarding Internet Scams. Join in the conversation on our social media sites or you may call-in at (347) 945-6867 to voice your opinion and share your story.
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My guest is Moses Preston. Join us as we debunk the false prosperity scammers, who use old testament scriptures to try to bind up New Testament believers.