I wrote an article on how I was scammed by lookbrew.com. In it I explain how I ordered a vest and the company delivered a piece of junk instead, and how they are refusing to give me a full and complete refund and less I return the item that they shipped, at my own expense, first. Below is a video of the explanation.
For several weeks I have been processing the events of January 6, 2021, in an effort to understand what happened. Not necessarily why it happened because that will take more time. I have been reluctant to post anything; fact, or opinion about the riot because it might offend some of my friends. Nevertheless, I find it necessary to express my views and sift through the facts. I do not know how long it will take or where this process will lead. I find it needs to be done, for nothing like it has ever happened in the history of the United States of America since its founding. So, I shall take the risk of offending some of my friends.
Today’s discussion is about more phone scams. Today it’s the Social Security Administration. I received a call from the scammers, stating that my Social Security Number had been suspended. As I have said before I love phone scams. So I eagerly pressed one to speak to a representative told them my problem. And was promptly hung up on. Social Security will usually contact people buy mail. Before any phone conversation takes place. They will not call you. Most of the time, from your area code. And most of the time. You will know the call is coming beforehand. Important things to remember during one of these calls: One, do not give them any information. Especially not your Social Security Number. Two, report any fraudulent activity to the Social Security Administration, Office of the Inspector General. Three, the easiest way to handle one of these phone calls is just hang up. The Social Security Administration will never threaten anyone. I have been dealing with them for years, and they go out of their way to work with people.
This short video, little over four minutes, discusses a recent scam call I received from individuals claiming to be Amazon. They were not of course. There are only two ways Amazon will contact customers: through email and through a customer generated request for Amazon to call them. If anyone receives one of the scam calls contact Amazon and make them aware of it. During that process they will check your account for any suspicious activity.
The video below covers the resources available on the Watergate Webpage with attention to primary source documents and video.
Strange almost artistic lightning, which seems to be confined to one area.
Here’s a non-YouTube video during Saturday’s storm in South Jersey