The top ten business scams of 2011
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The scammer poses as a potential employer. Everything looks legit — emails, websites and online applications. You apply, you may even interview over the phone. Surprise: You get the “job.” They say your Social Security number and bank information are needed for direct deposit. Kiss your ID and checking account goodbye.
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