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Maryland Officials Warn Residents About Rise In COVID-19 Related Scams

March 8, 2021
Officials in Maryland are warning residents about a rise in scams amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh hosted a virtual town hall Friday. He said the most common scams are sent via email, social media or text. Frosh said fraudsters tend to go after the personal information of people looking for COVID-19 services.
Article Source: WJZ

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