We look for investments to improve our lives. Scammers are just as interested in their kind of ‘investment,’ which involves taking our money and personal information to improve their wallets. Have you ever been offered an investment that seemed a little too good to be true? In this article, we’ve gathered some of the most common investment scams, and how you can avoid them.
Was I Am Legend a story set in 2021 about zombies caused by failed vaccines? Is it true that a US House speaker’s podium was listed on eBay? Rumors never stop, despite the fact that it’s only the middle of January 2021 (shaking our heads). In this post, we’ve selected 6 ongoing widespread rumors to share with you in detail. They may be wild, ridiculous, or too creative to believe. Can you tell what is true and what is false? Did you almost believe in any of them?
It’s that time of the week again! In this post, we’ve selected some widespread scams to discuss in detail, including T-Mobile smishing texts, CHASE bank fake fraud alerts, and COVID-19 related scams. Do you know how to spot these on your own?
Is KFC REALLY going to sell their game console called KFConsole? What did you think of this? Did you believe it when you first saw it?
As much as we hope to stay away from all rumors, they seem to always find ways to appear as a part of our daily lives – from the internet or general communication. Don’t know what to believe anymore? We feel you. In this post, we will share in detail the 5 ongoing widespread rumors. Can you tell what is true and what is false?
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