While this warning is aimed more at older people, anyone can fall victim to scams like this, especially those who always think that people who call have the best of intentions. Not necessarily.
This press release from the Maine AARP details how the scam works.
This is first time this has ever happened to me while at home without the wife. At about 9:15 this morning the phone rings, I see it says, "City of Auburn" on the caller ID and I pick up thinking one of my boys forgot something at school but no it was the Auburn Middle School nurse telling me that Justin has a fever with a headache and sore throat.
When Mac Dickson said there should be an Ebola song parody to the tune of the Kinks, "Lola," I was totally on board. That was two weeks ago. I don't know why it took so long. I've been very tired and irritable lately. Are those symptoms? I don't know.
Just a caution, if you're easily offended, save yourself the aggravation and don't listen. That said, I make no apologies for the songs co
Maybe it's a little overkill, I'll admit but I've lost precious data to a failed hard disk drive before and now I'm almost paranoid about it to the point I have 6 hard disks spinning plus an off site backup...