Several scams have popped up in recent weeks. As if you don’t already have enough else to worry about, you need to take steps to not only social distance yourself from other people, but to scam distance yourself as well.
When you’re a small business owner, as if you don’t already have enough to worry about, crooks have become a lot more sophisticated in trying to scam you out of your hard-earned money.
As scammers have become more sophisticated, and there are more areas of vulnerability than ever before, small business owners must do more to be on the lookout for costly and preventable losses.
Although it’s the most wonderful time of the year, you still need to guard your identity so you don’t suffer from a not-so-merry Christmas or a less-than-happy Chanukah.
In 2018, the Social Security Administration reported 63,000 consumer phone scam claims with a median loss reported at $1,484.