Best Practices For Avoiding Bank Reference Letter Scams | #datingscams | #lovescams


By Kevin Paule (April 18, 2022, 2:33 PM EDT) — The Federal Trade Commission recently reported that 2021 was a record-breaking year for consumer fraud.

Modern fraudsters have more tools to locate and lure victims than ever before, and the pandemic has provided additional opportunities for fraudsters and con artists to hide behind their computer screens and target victims.

Additionally, social media provides an avenue for fraudsters to bolster their reputations, creating the impression that someone with a high number of followers must be successful.

One common tool used by fraudsters, new and old alike, is a reference letter from a bank. Sometimes, this is in the form of a proof-of-funds…

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