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The bureau said that, while sites such as for instance Craigslist might have offers that are legitimate some provides will come from less-than-reputable sources. “check the company out. Keep in mind, if you’re expected to wire cash, it really is nearly assured to be a fraud,” the bureau warned.
Another scam circulating involves a pretrial meeting scheme. The bureau stated it offers gotten notice from neighborhood people that that they had received a telephone call advising that they’d to show up for the pretrial seminar at a particular location and that, when they did not appear, they might be arrested. Continue reading “Be cautious in procuring Kentucky Derby seats, Better Business Bureau warns. Another scam circulating involves a pretrial seminar scheme.”