FactFinder Minute: Watch out for phishing scam, iTunes gift card scam
In this week's FactFinder Minute, FactFinder 12 warns you about scams that aren't new, although the latest reports impacting Kansans are recent.
A man in Hodgeman County reported a phishing email to the AARP. The man says he received an email about a refund for a package his wife had returned, but there was no such package.
He noticed a few red flags with the email: There was no company name, the message had poor grammar and spelling errors and the email asked him to call a number back in order to get a refund.
In Ford County, the sheriff's office warns hackers can get access to your friends' email accounts and write to you, saying they need an iTunes gift card for a relative. but they're traveling and are having a hard time doing it online. So, they ask you to buy it, and to send them all the card information.