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Your scam roundup for the first week of May. Old scams, new tactics. Watch out.
Do you like making crafts? Many work at home craft assembly companies promise that you can make hundreds of dollars per week by assembling crafts at home. The problem, though, is that your crafts must first pass their high quality product standards.
I’m impressed by the amount of work some scammers go into to perpetuate their scams. I can only imagine how successful they’d be if they would apply their talents towards a legitimate business.
If you see the words Western Union, run for the hills.
Ah, the first scam list of the new year.