Things aren't always what they seem

August 2009
Guideposts;Aug2009, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p89
The article offers suggestions from the journal for its readers to avoid being cheated by a fraud telemarketer, who claims to represent the journal. It advises readers to be alert when contacted by a telemarketer and suggests not to give credit card or any other personal information to the telemarketer. The journal warns that a telemarketer could be illegitimate if he pushes for immediate payment and is hesitant about giving subscription details.


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