Holiday Goodwill Leaves Consumers Vulnerable to Scams
Thursday, December 14, 2006
'Tis the season to be swindled. The holidays open up tender hearts and deep pockets to crafty scoundrels. People come to your door asking help for the needy. Collection cans pop up at street corners. Really cheap holiday trips are offered on the Internet. How do you recognize what’s phony and what’s not? Host Gloria Penner talks with Tricia Pummill, deputy district attorney with the Economic Crimes Division, about how to protect yourself over the holidays.
- Tricia Pummill , deputy district attorney, Economic Crimes Division.
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