Beware of scammers. Scammers will trick you into doing something you think you’re supposed to do but is actually a lie. A scammer will come to your door and say you are qualified for Social Security and you say “No, I’m not. I’m not elderly.”
And they say “Yes, you are 164 years old, you should’ve been getting Social Security checks for the last 100 years. Fill out this paperwork and give it back to me.”
“Wow, time really flies,” you say as you fill out all of your internet passwords and credit card info onto the form. What a scam.
Or someone says he’s from the electric company and tells you the hoses that give you power aren’t working. You flip the light switch on and off and you show him it’s working fine. He says “No: when you flip the light switch down? Then you have no light? That means you’re only getting half the electricity.”
Then while you’re napping in the next room over, and he’s supposed to be unclogging your power hoses, he robs you. What a scam!
Or some kid, using a comb he stole from your house to pretend he has an adult mustache, makes you think your office at work is actually a dunk booth. Well you don’t want to risk getting wet because of how much that usually burns, so you hightail it out of there. Now the kid takes over your job, and your Social Security payments! What a scam.