There are many ways crooks can steal your hard-earned dollars, but I am especially hacked off by those swindlers who fool people into making donations to bogus charities. Within hours of the January earthquake in Haiti, for instance, con artists were already posing as relief organizations to bilk donors through fake e-mails and websites. The FBI has logged hundreds of complaints related to Haiti relief scams, and the feds have made a few arrests. Fly-by-night websites that collect cash and ...
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