Beware Of Sports Streaming Scams

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How the scam works: You want to watch the local high school's football game, or your niece's travel softball team is playing in a tournament out of state. Your search on social media finds a link where the game might be streamed, and sure enough, a fan has put in a link where you can go to watch for free! It's almost time for the game to start, so you eagerly click the link. The next screen asks you to sign up for the streaming service, so you enter your name and email... and then you get asked for a credit card number and potentially more sensitive information. Also, Ayers Auto Tip of the Week and cash-saving coupons here - https://bit.ly/SBAutoRepair According to the U.S. Department of Energy, by keeping your car running in top condition with regular oil changes (using the recommended grade of oil for your engine) and inflating your tires to the correct pressure, you may avoid major repairs and improve your gas economy by about 5%.

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