Police departments throughout the Bay Area are warning people to think twice before handing over any money or personal information in response to scammers posing as law enforcement officers or employees of Amazon, the online retail giant. In separate news releases on Friday, police departments in Danville and South San Francisco warned of scams involving emails or telephone calls that purport to be from Amazon or a police department and are aimed at extracting valuable information or money from unsuspecting victims. However, the department said, officers would never call residents asking for money or gift cards, and anyone who receives such a call is encouraged to hang up immediately. Similar fake calls have in the past prompted warnings from police departments in Moraga , Los Gatos and Sunnyvale , and have included scammers pretending to seek donations for the police department or to be selling solar panels on behalf of city agencies. In the East Bay, the Danville Police Department warned of a similar scam, where victims receive emails or calls that appear to be coming from Amazon, congratulating them on a recent purchase. Instead of calling, people should log into their Amazon account and check their purchase history, the department advised.
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No one is exempt from being a potential target of a scammer, and many con artists prey upon seniors who are well-educated and have above-average incomes. They use sophisticated, convincing sales pitches that sound legitimate, making it easy for anyone to become a target. By being informed about common scams and taking steps to protect yourself from fraudsters, you can avoid becoming a victim. Seniors aged 60 and over are least likely to report losing money in scams than those of younger age groups. This may be attributed to seniors identifying fraudulent activity early and reporting it right away before they lose money.
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