Every day, about four or five times a day, Doug Kenyon’s phone lights up with news of another scam.
“Let’s see what today’s is – oh, another debit card fraud,” he said, scrolling through the notification. Ten minutes later, he gets another – this time about car warranty robocalls.
As a member of the Green Valley Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers for more than eight years, and now commander of the SAV, Kenyon has seen waves of scam activity flood the Green Valley area.
“It used to be primarily phone scams in the beginning,” he said.
“And then the scams just continued. From the IRS to bank frauds to credit cards and computers getting hacked – it’s just nonstop. I keep thinking it’s going to go away, but it does not go away,” he said.
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