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For weeks now, state and federal authorities have warned about financial fraud scams tied to the coronavirus pandemic.

Don’t open email attachments from senders you don’t know, officials have said. Avoid the temptation of clicking on a link you don’t recognize. Be wary of strangers asking about financial account information.

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