Sam St. Clair & Lucy Zumbrunnen

Solving the scam: what’s on the other end

Better Business Bureau seeks to inform communities

October 12, 2018

Someone muffled saying, ‘Can you hear me?’ on the other end of a call may seem like nothing. Yet according to the Better Business Bureau and Minnesota Department of Public Safety, students’ information can be stolen the instant they pick up the phone.

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