Published on: April 07, 2020
BY GENADY VISHNEVETSKY
If you haven't fallen for the $5,000 COVID-19 vaccine, $400 COVID-19 self-testing test kit or the $150 bottle of Lysol scams, then congratulations, you’ve stood your ground. But now is not the time to let your guard down - new tricks are coming to defraud you.
On March 27, the president signed a bill to provide a two-trillion-dollar economic stimulus relief package to be split among businesses and the American people. Included in the package deal is a stimulus check that will be sent to every qualifying person or household. There’s no doubt that cybercriminals are privy to the bill and are ready to help you spend it. Here are a few tips to keep in mind and to help you keep that money in your bank account and out of the hands of cybercriminals:
I will keep you updated on any new developments, but this is a big one and there’s no room for slip-ups. There’s a lot at stake for cybercriminals and you will more than likely be a target, so stay cautious and safe.
Always remember, think before you click.