Work at Home Scams

Have you recently seen an ad or received an email from a friend that promoted work-at-home and get-rich-quick schemes?

While these scams have been around for quite some time (we blogged about them before) and seem to pop up like mushrooms after a rain, some criminals are trying to maximize their return on investment by harvesting email addresses and contact lists from Facebook, as well as email accounts, for more targeted attacks.

In this post, we will explore the business model and the techniques used that are making some individuals a lot of dirty money.

REFERENCE: WORK AT HOME SCAMS

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