Quick tips to help you avoid online scams

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07/14/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

You and your clients have become victims of wire-fraud scams. Criminals gain access to your email accounts, assume the identity of you, your client, or title company representatives, and convince clients to wire money to a fraudulent account. A few precautions can help you and your clients avoid losing thousands of dollars. Check out this infographic with tips to help you stay out of trouble.

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Tags: buyers, sellers, business tips, infographic, email


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Lisa Weissgarber Harder on 07/16/2015

Good advice.  Thanks.


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