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Elderly woman fights back against computer scammers

8:13 AM, Mar. 12, 2014
THE HUMAN CONDITION | ANDY THOMPSON
THE HUMAN CONDITION | ANDY THOMPSON
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At first, the woman at the other end of the phone sounded legitimate to Eunice Recker.

"She said that something was wrong with my computer and they were going to walk me through it and get it corrected," said Recker, an 82-year-old Kimberly resident.

So Eunice, who only uses her computer to send emails, check the weather and visit a few news sites, agreed to let the caller fix the problem. She was told that she was experiencing a "one-time problem" and would have to pay a "one-time fee." ...

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