Handy resources for avoiding fraud

Thanks to Caroline Hampton of openeducators.org, I have a list of resources to help when dealing with fraud. In today’s climate fraudulent behavior seems to be the norm from the bullying neighbor to the corrupting scammer. I think these links can help:

Ultimate Online Shopping Safety: The Consumer’s How-To Guide http://www.retailmenot.com/blog/ultimate-online-shopping-safety-and-security-tips.html

Tips to Prevent Senior Scams http://www.caregiver.com/channels/long_distance/articles/SafetyAndSecurity/htm

Working Well with Contractors: 15 Questions that Prevent Fraud & Ensure Satisfaction http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/15-questions-to-ask-contractors/

How to Prevent Child Identity Theft http://www.parents.com/kids/safety/tips/how-to-prevent-child-identity-theft/

How to Spot an Internet Dog Scam https://www.rover.com/blog/internet-dog-puppy-scams/

5 Ways to Recognize an Acting or Modeling Scam http://www.backstage.com/advice-for-actors/backstage-experts/5-ways-recognize-acting-or-modeling-scam/

11 Ways to Prevent Identity Theft While Traveling http://www.com/travel-tips/travelers-ed/11-ways-to-prevent-identity-theft-while-traveling

The Post-Burglary Guide: What to Do After a Thief Strikes Your Home http://www.localalarm.com/resources/post-burglary-guide/

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