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Private investigator Brad Pfanner shares two more scams to be aware of. During the pandemic, the Better Business Bureau has reported over 13,000 job search scams in North America alone. The scammer will create a fake website where people can apply for a job, or fake head hunters that will search for jobs for you for a fee. He also warns not to fall for a mortgage relief scam where a victim will be offered a way to get out of debt where the scammer will charge a fee to handle your debt relief.