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Scammers pretend to be from the Social Security Administration and the IRS. Or say they work for Medicare. Spot and avoid the scam.
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Tips to help you stop unwanted calls, and information about the National Do Not Call Registry.
These tips can help you hang up on a phone scammer and hold onto your money.
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