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Coronavirus: How to avoid scammers

By Guardian Exclusive
06 April 2020   |   6:51 pm
Following the outbreak of the coronavirus, scammers have gone to work, fleecing people of their money and finding dubious ways of getting their financial details. GuardianTV presents a few tips on how to avoid falling for their tricks and schemes.⁣⁣

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