Think before forwarding!

Over the years I have been sent literally thousands of forwarded messages warning me of the latest scam or ripoff. Sad to report, most of them were false, and could be debunked with a modicum of googling.

What is most alarming is that all too often the senders have gotten upset with me for informing them that they were forwarding a hoax.Talk about getting between a fool and his folly…

Anyway, rather than rolling out paragraphs of prose on the subject, I thought that I would just point you at this article… and leave it at that.

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