“Contact tracing? What’s that?”
We said the same thing up until a few hours ago. It kind of sounds like something police investigator would do, doesn’t it?
As it turns out, that assumption isn’t that far off. It IS something you do in a case investigation–just not one conducted by the police. It’s actually a form of medical investigation that keeps us all safe and healthy.
And it’s especially important during the times we’re living in right now.
Over at The Seniors Center Blog, we’re walking you through the practice of “contact tracing”: what it is, how it’s done, who does it, and most importantly, how it’s now being used to to commit identity theft and financial fraud.
Check out our newest blog to find out more about the recent explosion of contact tracing scams and how you can avoid becoming the next victim.
We’re willing to bet you’re probably not too familiar with the term “contact tracing.” If you aren’t, that’s okay. It’s not some new lingo in digital scam world—in fact, it’s a legitimate practice and it has nothing to do with phone and internet fraud. We actually just learned about it, ourselves. Contact tracing is a…