Typically, when scammers target their victims, they aim to con them out of money or derive other financial gains. However, some scammers are not after your money. They are after your identity and trust.
Instead of soliciting money, they might offer you money. But there’s a twist. It’s all part of a sophisticated plan to make you do their dirty work. Their aim is to trap you in a muling scam. If you fall for it, you could be in trouble with law enforcement, even as a victim. Here’s how a muling scam works and how to avoid it.
What Is a Package Muling Scam?
A package muling scam is a scam tactic used by internet…