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No, That's Not Really The IRS Calling: Popular Scams People STILL Fall For

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I'm sure for a lot of people reading, this topic may elicit feelings of anger. For me? Sadness. Not so much for myself, but for the elderly. I know, I know, not every elderly person is incapable of operating a computer, but for the most part, I'd say they're a particularly vulnerable group when it comes to this sort of malicious solicitation.

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That's not to say that young people can't fall for scams either, because they can! In fact, the rate at which scams are accelerating, people in their 20's aren't even hip to them. Things are moving faster than even millennials can bare and that's saying something!

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One particularly woke Redditor, whose page appears to have since been deleted, made it his/her mission to begin a conversation about the most common scams people STILL fall for. Perhaps this thread will prevent others from falling victim and that's all we can really hope for. Then again, it IS the internet, so people will most likely just poke fun.

Comment from discussion What is a common scam that people STILL fall for?.

Comment from discussion What is a common scam that people STILL fall for?.

Comment from discussion What is a common scam that people STILL fall for?.

Comment from discussion What is a common scam that people STILL fall for?.

Comment from discussion What is a common scam that people STILL fall for?.

Comment from discussion What is a common scam that people STILL fall for?.

Comment from discussion What is a common scam that people STILL fall for?.

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