How to Identify and Avoid Caller ID Scams | Asurea Scam Report

How to Identify and Avoid Caller ID Scams | Asurea Scam Report

by Leslie Freeland, May 17, 2017

Ringing. It’s your phone. You check the caller ID. It’s someone or some agency you recognize. You answer, but it’s someone else on the other end of the line. What’s going on? You have experienced malicious scammers practicing ‘caller ID spoofing.’ This means hackers are manipulating their caller ID by … Continue reading

Asurea Reviews Fake News | Information and Advice

Asurea Reviews Fake News | Information and Advice

by Leslie Freeland, May 11, 2017

Fake News is Everywhere, Right?  Maybe not as much as we think – but more than we would like. You have heard of stop – drop – and roll, right? It’s something that’s taught to all children in case their clothes catch on fire. In a way, fake news is … Continue reading

Fake Review Scams: Too good or too bad to be true?

Fake Review Scams: Too good or too bad to be true?

by Leslie Freeland, May 1, 2017

Did you know that many online reviews are fake? Many people look at online customer reviews before buying a product or using a service. Do you? Do you use the experience of previous buyers to decide whether the product you want to buy is as good as the advertisements claim? … Continue reading

The Art of Persuasion: 6 Psychological Tactics of Scammers

The Art of Persuasion: 6 Psychological Tactics of Scammers

by Leslie Freeland, April 28, 2017

Watch Out! Scammers Will Use These to Make You Hand Over Cash Want to avoid getting scammed? Learn the tricks of a scammer’s trade so you can keep your money in your own pocket. Here are six sneaky psychological tricks scammers will try to use on you: 1. Scammers Appeal … Continue reading

Don’t take candy from strangers. Stranger-Owned Life Insurance Scams.

Don’t take candy from strangers. Stranger-Owned Life Insurance Scams.

by Leslie Freeland, March 30, 2017

Too good to be true. Is life insurance a get-rich-quick tool? Has someone promised you just this? They tell you, all you have to do is buy it, keep it for a couple years, then sell it. Then the money rolls in. Easy, right? Nope – not easy at all. … Continue reading

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