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covid19 insurance fraud

COVID-19 Insurance Scams to Watch Out For

COVID-19 scams are on the rise, including insurance scams. Although most of the country is either social distancing or are on lockdown, the fraud-fighting community is seeing a rise in the number of insurance fraud cases. The rise is very noticeable and is enough to prompt organizations to issue alerts for their consumers.

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Coronavirus phishing fraud

Spotting Phishing Scams Related to COVID-19

Not even an economy-stopping pandemic will stop fraudsters. As more nations feel the grip of the increasing health crisis, scammers are taking full advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to send fake emails to people tricking hapless victims into clicking on malicious links or attachments and revealing their personal information.

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COVID 19 fraud

Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre Warns of the Following Covid-19 Scams

Covid-19 seems to be everywhere and so are fraud attempts and scams that are related to it. It isn?t new that fraudsters typically take advantage of times when people are confused to create more mayhem and cash-in from fear. Creative fraudsters do not care about what happens tomorrow, they only care about benefitting themselves and will exploit any avenue to do so, even the outbreak of Covid-19.

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Where to Find Assets in Public Records?

Finding assets is not as easy as simply looking up a person?s bank details. There are so many different types of assets and not all are fluid money sitting in one?s bank account. What you typically need is an individual?s financial records, but then, a look would require a court order or authorization and may not even provide complete details as some people hide their assets for various reasons. Fortunately, some assets can be found by looking at public records. Below are the best types of public records to look at if you want to find assets.

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