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The instant email you received that made it seem serious. And it turned out to be just another way of trying to get money from you. My colleague Jennifer Jolly wrote about this in a column you can read at tech.USAtoday.com It's called expect more online cheats during the holidays. Here's how to spot it before it's too late. We'll talk about two things here.
Let's start with some numbers. This education really jumped out to me. A new AARP cybercrime study estimates that 229 million adults in the United States experience fraudulent attempts in 2020. That's nine out of 10. That's an incredible number to have been targeted or experienced. Someone is trying to deceive them.
So what can you do to keep an eye on it?
Be it email, text, whatever, and just be mindful. So Jennifer suggests a few tips that you can follow. I'll explain a few here.The first sign you should be aware of is when a message asks you to pay with a gift card. That was a scam almost immediately. Jennifer cited the case of an 80-year-old woman who lost $13,000 and was scammed. And it's the same thing they ask for gift cards and that's what they want you to pay for.