How to Avoid Getting Screwed by a Sneaky Tech Support Scam

The U.S Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) said it logged 11,000 complaints last year, a rise of 86 percent over 2016. The claimed losses amounted to nearly $15 million. “This type of fraud continues to be a problematic and widespread scam,” says the IC3. So how can you protect yourself? And the less tech-savvy members of your family?

Some of the answers are provided in an article by David Nield in the Gizmodo web site at: http://bit.ly/2lWyBAi.

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