Here are five ways scammers are using the coronavirus to take your money

Adam Levin, co-founder of Credit.com and founder of Cyberscout, says that the coronavirus shutdown provides a perfect environment for scammers to operate. Millions of people are working from home and sharing devices with family members. This creates new vulnerabilities for thieves to target. Watch this video to see how the new scams work and to learn how to protect yourself.
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Wed, May 20 20209:41 AM EST
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