Your Boss's Urgent E-Mail May Be a ScamBy
Most of us have received an e-mail from the purported emissary of an African prince or some other wealthy individual, promising a share of untold riches in return for an upfront payment. At this point in the 21st century, most people know to avoid such scams. But what if the request for a wire transfer comes from someone you know? As in, for instance, your boss.
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