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Hackers are sending emails to members of Jewish congregations in the USA, pretending to be the congregations’ rabbis and in need of urgent assistance. Earlier this month, the crooks involved set up Gmail accounts impersonating two rabbis from Chattanooga, Tennessee, and sent messages to members of the rabbis’ congregations, telling parishioners, “I need a favor ...
Over the last 48 hours I have received multiple phone calls on two different phones lines from scammers executing sophisticated impersonations of credit card issuers. Ostensibly to both get their targets to answer their calls, as well as to enhance their “credibility” with their would-be victims, the crooks, in each case, spoofed the caller ID ...