Online scammers are using everything from emails to phone calls to rake in big bucks at your expense.
MINNEAPOLIS — You’ve probably already clicked your way through a number of pre-Black Friday deals, which health experts say is the safest way to shop this holiday season do to COVID-19.
However, with that comes the opportunity for online scammers to rake in big bucks at your expense. They’re using everything from emails to phone calls.
“False advertising links that you click on, or I’m calling from UPS, I have a delivery to make but there’s $300 that’s owed on the shipping, can I get a credit card number,” described Mark Lanterman, Chief Tech Officer, with Computer Forensic Services in Minneapolis.
More than 2 billion people this time last year fell victim to online scams, according to computer security giant McAfee, which is why cybersecurity experts are urging you to use good