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According to a 2014 survey completed by AARP, online consumer fraud has jumped by nearly 60% over the past six years, and has cost Americans more than $525 million in losses. In fact, of the more than 14,000 individuals surveyed in the study, 65% reported having received an offer for a scam within the previous 12 months.
So what can you do to change this? In this article, we’ll explore some simple steps you can take this spring in order to make sure that your lawn is the greenest on the block—and to make sure it stays that way.
Despite some of the enthusiasm we saw last week, it appears that our participants’ motivation levels have dwindled a bit. Is this due to a decrease in commitment, or is it due to the program itself?
Now that our participants have completed half of their 10-week T25 Challenge, we thought it would be a good time to ask them about their overall impressions, and to gauge their satisfaction levels.
Criminals are turning their eyes toward other large companies, and using their good reputations against them—or as the case may be—against you. In fact, not even Google is safe. A new email phishing scam that involves Google Docs is running rampant.