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How to avoid getting scammed the smart way

Monroeville, Pennsylvania – WEBWIRE

In their 2019 Identity Fraud Study, research-based advisory firm Javelin reported that there were 14.4 million victims of fraud last 2018 in the United States. Although the number is a drop-off to 2017’s 16.7 million, the fact that millions are still being scammed is still alarming. Luckily, Beverly Koribanic’s Wow! Scammed or Not Scammed! gives the much-needed help.
Koribanic’s book gives readers a head’s up on how scamming works and how to evade it. In scamming, everything isn’t what it seems; a significant other may end up breaking one’s heart and bank. She also points out how it isn’t always a one-to-one scenario.
Scammers’ tricks get exposed in the book. Koribanic identifies how they write and use videos to manipulate victims. She offers helpful solutions to avoid such pitfalls as well as sharing go-to sites and organizations that can provide assistance.
Like many Americans, Koribanic was a scam victim herself. She knows how financially and emotionally painful it can be. According to her, she learned her lesson the hard way. She hopes that people who have been scammed on both financial and romantic ends can learn from her experiences. She also wishes that no one will suffer what she went through. “I wrote the book in hopes of helping someone not to fall prey to a world of intrigue and drama and to find yourself at the end being broke,” she says.
Escape scams with the help of “Wow! Scammed or Not Scammed!” Copies can be purchased in selected online bookstores.
Wow! Scammed or Not Scammed!
Written by Beverly Koribanic
Kindle | $5.99
Paperback | $18.99
Book copies are available at Amazon, GoToPublish BookStore, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Beverly Koribanic worked for a few major Pittsburgh companies as a programmer, analyst, and a project leader. At present, she is a real estate agent. She gained her knowledge on business transaction interactions through her professional background.
More information about the author and her work is available at

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