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Scam danger at extreme levels – high probability of stranger contacts from all potential media – increased victimization
Scam danger at moderate levels – significant probability of stranger contacts from all potential media – elevated victimization
Scam danger at normal levels – probability of stranger contacts from all potential media – normal or lowering victimization
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