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March 2019

Think you might be walking into a fraud situation - STOP - and contact the AARP Fraud Watch Hotline.

This is a quick and reliable resource when you want to check a suspected fraud. Their web site contains a ton of information that will help protect you from the bad guys.

And they have a toll-free number to make it easy to get quick help. With one call to 877-908-3360 you can learn what to do next to protect yourself and others for assistance in spotting and stopping fraud.

This free access to their fraud counselors is available on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET. It is available to AARP members and nonmembers -- even if you are 32 and working your tail off.

Good folks to know.

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We are always pleased to be of service to our Cyber Friends and to provide you with these monthly CyberTips. As members of the Real Estate CyberSpace Society we are always current on ways to expand our normal high standards of service with the very latest Internet and other CyberSpace strategies and tools. Click Here for hundreds of Cyber Tricks and Great Places in back issues.

Ever wondered if someone blocked your number? Perhaps you've been trying to get in touch with a friend or business contact, but they haven't returned your calls or messages. Is something wrong with their phone? Do they just not want to talk with you? Have they blocked your number? How can you tell?

There's not a definite way to know if your number has been blocked, but there are a few strong telling signs. If an earlier text message notified you that it was "Delivered" - and one you just sent doesn't, it can mean that you've been blocked.

This useful article from the good folks at iPhone Life provides several additional good tips that will help you solve the mystery.

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Do you sometimes scratch your head when piece of news - on or off the web - sounds a bit fishy? Want a quick place to check the veracity of the latest breaking political news stories?

This great place is like the more familiar Snopes for quick fact checking --- but they are heavier on tracking political fake news. The emphasis here is quickly debunking fake news before it becomes viral. This place sources all fact checks with credible information.

They bill themselves as "The most comprehensive media bias resource on the Internet.". There are currently 2600+ media sources listed in their database and they feature a powerful search function to check the bias of any source. You can search by name or URL.

They provide a plethora of tools and sources dedicated to educating the public on media bias and deceptive news practices.

Good way to cut through the BB (Bias Bull).

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Know anyone who thinks they are a tad overweight? Not me. Not you - but there are a few out there. They keep hearing that they should check their BMI (Body Mass Index)

We know how their minds work - if they are thin as a rail they jump right on it - to show the world how fit they are. But if they suspect that they might be carrying a few extra pounds - fagidaboudit - takes too much time.

Here's a great place provided by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) for all of us to get and track our BMI. It takes less that a minute and you don't need to be a genius to use it.

The big victory is when it shows that you are not obese!

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Jack Peckham III
Email: bostonjack@rcn.com
Phone: 617-523-4440 X 6
Fax: 617-523-4736
Web: www.inetworks.com/revest/
  Peckham Boston Advisors
Nine Hawthorne Place, Suite 16L
Suite 2003
Boston, MA 02114

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