Grandparent Scams

SCARS™ Insight: Coronavirus Grandparent Scams

SCARS™ Insight: Coronavirus Grandparent Scams Scammers In India, Africa, And Asia Have Long Exploited The Love That Grandparents Have For Their Grandchildren, But Now They Are Turning That Into Money The Crisis Emergency Scams! The typical Grandparent Scam involves someone calling, emailing, texting or messaging an elderly person claiming that they are a relative and are in an emergency. All they need is some of the victim's money and it will all be fine! Accidents, [...]

SCARS|ADVOCACY™ Petition: Ban Access To U.S. VOIP Phone Numbers Without U.S. Residence or Incorporation Verification

SCARS|ADVOCACY™ Petition: Ban Access To U.S. VOIP Phone Numbers Without U.S. Residence or Incorporation Verification SOLUTIONS DO NOT ALWAYS NEED TO BE COMPLICATED In today's world anyone - literally, anyone anywhere in the world can obtain a FREE United States phone number for any purpose without any real identity verification. This makes it easy for transnational cybercriminals (or anyone else) to engage in scams, cybercrimes, or other unlawful activities. Scammers from around the world use [...]

Victims Get $30,000 Back – SCARS™ SCAM NEWS

SCARS™ SCAM NEWS: Victims Get $30,000 Back More than $30,000 returned to victims after two arrested in 'grandma scam,' police say Click On The Title In The Content Box Below To View The Full Story SCARS™ Team A SCARS Division Miami Florida U.S.A. TAGS: Grandparent Scam, Elderly Victims, Scammers Arrested, Money Recovered, USA Scam, END     Tell us about your experiences with Romance Scammers in our Scams Discussion Forum on Facebook » FAQ: How Do [...]

SCARS Guide: Socially Engineered / Social Engineering Scams

SCARS™ Guide: Socially Engineered / Social Engineering Scams You Have Probably Heard That Term "Social Engineering' Before, But What Is It?   Social Engineering Is ... Social engineering, in the context of information security, refers to psychological manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. It is a type of confidence trick (scam) for the purpose of information gathering, fraud, or system access, it differs from a traditional "con" in that [...]