How to recognize and avoid scams, swindles, and rip-offs
"The event that compelled me to write this book began with a telephone call from a stranger which filled me with memories & a determination to help other innocent people from being victimized by scams." What you'll learn: "Reversal of Fortune"-The Author's story; a special senior citizen section including 10 tales of deception; 2 simple rebuttals to curtail telemarketing; 3 new factors for emotional manipulation; 5 ways to detect telemarketing fraud; 5 easy rules for avoiding scams; 6 steps to protecting your credit card numbers; 35 agencies/companies to call for help; 45 buzz words getting your attention; 50 descriptions of the most current scams (Dictionary of Scams); 50 questions giving you a tactical advantage over the con man.
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