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With unemployment rates high, it's easy for criminals to prey on those in desperate need of work with business scams. The victims of these scams are often just looking for work to help make ends meet and they end up losing their own money in the process. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning people of a growing number of Car Wrapping Scams. The scam utilizes the internet to find or attract those looking to make some extra money.
They either send out mass-marketing emails to large groups or they will actually look for contacts on employment websites where people post resume and contact information in order to find a job. The scammers claim they will pay for the owner's car to be wrapped with advertisements for popular companies. Big company names like Monster Energy, Coca-Cola, and Budweiser have already been used and any company could potentially be named by the scammers.