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The Pandemic’s E-commerce Scammers, by the Numbers

The FTC reported a record number of e-commerce complaints in April and May

Number of the Day: 34,438 E-Commerce Complaints
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34,438: That’s the number of e-commerce-related complaints the Federal Trade Commission received in April and May of this year, an all-time high, with 18,372 of those complaints about items that never arrived. The FTC’s Emma Fletcher writes that thanks in…

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