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Don't Fall For Scams

May 24, 2013

When Delrose Wicks received a check and letter in the mail similar to these, she thought she had won money, but upon reading the letter, she realized it was a scam.

Scams are rampant in North Dakota with senior citizens among scammers' favorite victims. According to the North Dakota Attorney General, if something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Read more about one woman's experience with a lottery scam and how to avoid getting scammed in Friday's Times-Record.

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