Scam-A-Lam-A-Ding-Dong: Phony FTC Refunds

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Here’s another brazen scam: The scamsters use robocalls that identify themselves as the Federal Trade Commission in an attempt to get consumer’s bank-account information on a phony website with the promise of an FTC refund.
The real FTC warned late last week that is a fake site, even though the robocalls provide the FTC’s actual helpline number (1-877-382-4357). For information on consumer refunds from the real-life FTC, use this link.

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