There is an old expression that says everything bad happens in threes. I don’t know if there is a basis in fact for this saying, but I do know that since my last column, I have been made aware of three scams or frauds of which you should be aware. Interestingly, these are not entirely new ones, but older ones that have reappeared, new and “improved,” at least from the criminal’s point of view.
The first is an advisory alerting motorists to be cautious if approached, either by an individual or through a flyer left on the vehicle’s windshield, warning that the windshield is damaged. An offer is made to repair it for free. All the owner need do is provide insurance information and the “repairer” will do the rest.
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