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Scammers are very good at using email and text messages to target their victims, but they haven't stopped using the telephone. In fact, it's once again their favorite way to reach you.

"This is the first time in years that the phone was the No. 1 method of contact," said John Breyault, director of NCL's Fraud Center. "We believe this is a very important trend."

Internet calling technology (VoIP) makes it easy and cost effective for the bad guys to dial for your dollars and personal information.

"With the Internet, it's a lot cheaper now to make hundreds of thousands of calls, to make them from anywhere in the world and to mask your identity from law enforcement," said Bikram Bandy, coordinator of the Do Not Call Registry program at the Federal Trade Commission. "So scammers are going back to the phone to reach as many people as possible with their pitches for bogus goods and services."

By using automatic dialers, fraudulent telemarketers can keep calling and calling and calling.

"They'll call 60 or 70 times a day to wear you down until you answer," said Doug Shadel, a fraud expert at AARP. "And if the answering machine picks up, they may make threats. We heard one call where the guy threatened to burn down a woman's house if she didn't pick up."

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"We know that the bad guys will sometimes pray with the victims to get their trust," Shadel said.

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Prize/sweepstakes scams: They're easy to spot, although the pitch is often hard to resist. The caller says you've just won a big prize a car, tropical vacation or a million bucks. All you need to do to claim your prize is to pay a fee. It could be a couple of hundred dollars or a couple of thousand. You might be told the money is needed to cover "Anaboliset Aineet" shipping/handling or to pay for taxes. Whatever the reason, it's bogus. If you've truly won a prize, it's free "Anaboliset Aineet" there's no payment required and you don't have to verify who you are by giving them your credit card number.

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Fake check scams: This con always involves a counterfeit check that looks real. The caller wants to buy something you've advertised for sale and they want to send you a check, typically for more than the amount of the transaction. They have all sorts of phony reasons why the check is for more than the selling price. You're supposed to deposit that check and wire back some money. Don't do it, even if the bank tells you the check has cleared. Once the bank determines that the check is a fake check, which can take weeks, that deposit will be removed from your account and you will be left holding the bag.

Recovery and refund scams: Telemarketing thieves know that if they can trick you once, they can probably fool you again to steal even more money. Some phone bandits work from lists of victims, what they call "sucker lists," to double down on them. This time, they claim they can help you recover your lost money. They may say they're with the FBI or some other government agency. Of course, you need to pay them some money for this service. That's your tipoff to a rip off. Hang up.

Scammers call millions of people each year who are on the federal Do Not Call Registry. Hey, they're crooks who are trying to steal your money or personal information; they don't care about some government phone list. If your number is on the Do Not Call Registry and you get a call from someone trying to sell you something, hang up and file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.

According to the National Consumers League, nearly a third of all telemarketing fraud victims are age 60 or older. Here is a tip sheet to help older Americans learn when to hang up.