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Twitter users, don't fall for this! A new scam uses direct messages to tease potential victims with a link to an embarrassing Facebook video. Try to view the clip, and you'll get a virus instead.
Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about a new twist in the ongoing BBB phishing scam. Consumers now are reporting receiving phone calls – in addition to emails – from scammers claiming to be from BBB.
BBB cautions businesses and consumers about an email that purports to come from BBB. The email appears to come from a fake BBB address (BBBupdate@post.com) in the Atlanta metro area and falsely requests verification of BBB Ratings.