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If you have paid or are planning to pay your federal taxes online this year and receive an e-mail from the IRS, be very cautious. Scammers are trying to get the attention of the many Americans who file electronically. Watch your inbox for phishing scams...
Tags: Internal Revenue Service, Politics, Email, Taxation, Business
I'm ticked off at the city for not maintaining the "quaint" downtown brick streets -- which are full of depressions causing damage to vehicles. I'm ticked off on how the word "lady" is so misused. Any female that is loud, obnoxious and uses profanity can...
The Hartford CourantAlthough she didn't realize it, a surprise package awaited Joriss MacKnight of Cheshire after she was notified last month by FedEx. Or at least she thought it was an email from FedEx instructing her to pick up a parcel its courier was unable to deliver....
If you've received an e-mail from "Hotel Reservation Support" firstname.lastname@example.org," the Better Business Bureau advises you to be cautious. The e-mail reads: "The hotel Arriva Hotel informed us that the data of given credit card was not...
Apparently your tongue speaks volumes about your health without you saying a word. And this is why Lisa Lau, a Chicago herbalist, recently had me saying "Ahhhh." But that was as far as the examination went with Lau, whose clients call her "Dr. Lisa."...
The Hartford CourantI'm worried. I'm going to Florida in a few weeks and I don't know what to expect. I've never been there before. In fact, in all my years I have never escaped to a warm weather place during winter, unless you count the time I went to Atlantic City....
Tags: Flu Vaccine, Donald Trump, Heat Stroke, Flu
The Hartford CourantWhat's the difference between these two troubleshooting-request calls to your cable company's technical support line? Question No. 1: "The on-screen program guide on my television connected to the cable box says, 'No Data.' Can you fix it?" Question...
A crowded Chicago cafe. Customers sit elbow to elbow. A man coughs. I turn my head toward the hacker. So do several others. Our eyes aim for him like bullets. Kill the germ spitter! The man ignores our glares, returns to studying his laptop...
Tags: Coughing, Bleep (euphemism), Sneezing, Allergies, Media Industry
Pennsylvania ranks high in a new report on fraud, and the common scams highlighted in the report continue to dog victims in the Lehigh Valley. A Lower Macungie Township man was conned out of $300 this month in one of those swindles. He was duped into...
Dear Pharmacist: I've had migraine headaches for 11 years and live on triptan drugs and ibuprofen. There must be something else I can do. Please lend some sensible Suzy insight. — J.C., Tucson, Ariz. Dear J.C.: The sensible thing for me to do is...
Predators come in all shapes and sizes. And the holidays can bring out the monsters. We hear a lot about scams at The Herald-Mail. Once or twice a week we receive news releases from police about residents who have been scammed out of hundreds and...
South Bend TribuneIt’s amazing how some people think they can get away with dishonest behavior. It’s more amazing when they brag about it. Apparently egos outweigh common sense and they’ll share a success, no matter how illicit, on the wide world of...
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