The Con

The Con

How Scams Work, Why You're Vulnerable, And How To Protect Yourself

Book - 2011
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This is a perfect book for teaching a toddler about babies. Abby is a new baby in the family, and she tells you about her life from her point of view as a baby. With vivid pictures and simple melodic poetry, you can experience her heart warming perspective about her relationship with her older brother. They are a family and they love each other.
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, c2011
ISBN: 9781442207318
1442207310
Branch Call Number: 362.88
Characteristics: vii, 211 pages ;,24 cm
Additional Contributors: McLeod, Jelita 1971-

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Steve41557
Apr 21, 2017

Really enjoyed. Interesting and well written!

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Shantih
Jan 04, 2016

Well written, engaging book. While I was already aware of most of the items covered in the book, I would highly recommend to more senior people who may not be as aware of all of the scams that modern technology can bring to their proverbial doorstep quite easily. This is also a great book for teens. I believe that most people in this world mean well, but making young adults aware of the existence of those who don't, and their tactics, can be useful.

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rrjr512
Oct 26, 2015

Great read, very intriguing stories, and a lot of information to watch out for people trying to rip you off. Main thing when anyone or anything (emails etc) tries to get money or information out of you always side to the side of caution. Some cons will even invest months to try to con you, so always get everything in writing, always do your own investigation first of their situation. Again great book!

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