Monday, March 23, 2020

Kansas City Fights COVID-19 SCAMS

Info on claims of false cures and other phishing schemes confronting people spending more time online. Read more:

Officials warn of scammers kicking it into high gear to profit off coronavirus fears

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It looks like a legit letter from the World Health Organization notifying you on updates regarding coronavirus. But the feds say it's a scam. The Federal Trade Commission posted a copy of the emailed letter on its website.


Anonymous said...

I'm sure there are, look at Byron, he has scammed the system and people for years.

Donald J Trump said...

Speaking of scams, I have a feeling there is a game changer cure. Chloroquine!

What the hell do you have to lose? Just ask a satisfied client in Arizona! All because of me.

If you're not under the weather, I also have a university you could attend.