Avoid financial fraud

Sep 27, 2013
If you have received an email, phone call or letter inviting you to invest in an incredible deal with no risk and high returns, you are not alone. Eighty percent of Americans receive financial fraud invitations on a regular basis, according to Lori Scharmer, North Dakota State University Extension Service family economics specialist.

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