1. Tech Support Scammers Using Recorded Phone Messages to Gain Victims

    Recently,  I received yet another scam phone call claiming that my Internet service was about to be disconnected because my computer was sending out viruses.  The call was supposedly from Australian telecommunications giant Telstra. 

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  2. ‘Gorgeous Tiny Home” Facebook Giveaway Scam

    According to a post currently being shared on Facebook, you could win a "gorgeous tiny home" just by liking, sharing, commenting, and clicking a sign-up button. 

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  3. TRUE – Reports Warn Users About Venomous Puss Caterpillars

    Reports circulating via social media warn people not to touch the 'Puss Caterpillar' because its fur contains venom that can cause intense pain as well as vomiting and other health problems.

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  4. Watch Out For Tyler Perry Scam Pages on Facebook

    Have you come across a Facebook Page that claims that US actor and comedian Tyler Perry is giving away cash and expensive gifts to his fans just for liking, commenting and sharing?  If so, don't be tempted to participate. These Facebook Pages are scams.

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  5. ‘Your Invoice From Apple’ Phishing Scam

    This supposed invoice email, which purports to be from Apple, thanks you for purchasing a MacBook laptop computer. The email, which uses the Apple logo and colour scheme, includes images of the laptop along with details of the order. 

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