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Cyber-criminals are eager to take advantage of consumers desperate to pay their rent, mortgage or auto loans and are seeking various loans and other methods to access cash quickly.

The number of Americans filing for unemployment relief rises weekly as small and medium-sized businesses face a massive slowdown in the economy as shutdowns continue across the country in an effort to reduce the rate of coronavirus infection.

More than 26 million Americans have already sought unemployment funds and more people are expected to seek relief as businesses will continue to lay off and furlough employees.

Hackers have been on the hunt for unsuspecting victims who are facing losses of income and their savings are dwindling quickly.

Criminals have already begun masquerading as government and bank officials while others pretend to work for mortgage and auto lenders, preying on consumers eager for financial assistance.

The Federal Trade Commission has received reports about fraudulent calls, texts and emails coming from people pretending to be from the Social Security Administration, IRS, Census, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).





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