In the wake of all the cyberattacks, data breaches and technology related identity thefts, fraudsters are continuing to come up with new ways to scam us. The latest? Phone scams. Here are three examples:
The best way to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of one of these scams is to allow unknown numbers or numbers that you don't recognize to go to your voicemail. If someone needs to get in touch with you, they will leave a message or contact you in some other way. If the call turns out to be legitimate, you can always call them right back. But never give out any information about you or others, unless you are certain about whom you are talking to.
UHY Advisors can help assess your risk and develop the training and awareness program you need to avoid falling victim to these scams.
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