Stimulus Payment Scammers

You may soon get another stimulus payment, but the scammers are already one step ahead trying to find ways to take your money.For some folks, the next stimulus payment is a sense of relief. Scammers know this- that’s why they’re using it as a front to get into your bank account.There are several ways they are contacting you- Robocalls, emails and text messages, fake websites, and phony checks.Tony Binkley with the Better Business Bureau says the stimulus checks will either be deposited directly into your bank account, sent to your home, or sent as a debit card. If someone tries contacting you to tell you otherwise, ignore it.

Source: MG News

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