Frauders are using the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to prey upon virus-related fears. Their tactics may include social media posts, text messages, emails, phone calls, and more. To learn more about covid-related scams, visit the resources provided below.
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Those Free COVID-19 Money Offers on WhatsApp and Facebook are Scams
Keep calm and avoid Coronavirus scams
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Help COVID-19 Contact Tracers, Not Scammers
The IRS Won't Call About Your Stimulus Money
Is a Scammer Getting Unemployment Benefits in Your Name?
How to Avoid COVID-19 Government Imposter Scams
What to Know About the Economic Impact Payment Debit Cards
COVID-19 Scams Targeting College Students
COVID-19 Contact Tracing Text Message Scams
Coronavirus Stimulus Payments: What You Need to Know
Behind on Car Payments Because of the Coronavirus?
COVID-19 Scam Reports, by the Numbers
Coronavirus Checks: Flattening the Scam Curve
Avoiding SSA Scams During COVID-19
Avoid Scams While Finding Help During Quarantine
Grandparent Scams in the Age of the Coronavirus
Want to Get Your Coronavirus Relief Check? Scammers Do Too
FAQs: Bank Customers Affected by Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
COVID-19: Checks From the Government Scam
Coronavirus: Scammers Follow the Headlines
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