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LISTEN: Amy Nofziger of AARP's Fraud Watch Network talks scams

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LISTEN: Amy Nofziger of AARP's Fraud Watch Network talks scams
Scams always spread like a virus, but even more so during the pandemic. Amy talks about what to look out for. If you think you may have spotted a scam and want confirmation or if you've been scammed, call their hotline at 1-877-908-3360.
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