Colorado Probate Blog - Wade Ash Woods Hill & Farley, P.C.

CyberSecurity Tips For You

Security surrounding all types of cyber connections is getting more and more critial...

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Love is Blind - Wear Your Glasses

Technology makes it easier for fraudulent lovers to pull off one the fastest growing internet scams...

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USB Charger Scam a/k/a Juice Jacking

Beware of charging cords in your hotel room or in the airport. Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office warns a free charge on your electronic device could end up draining your bank account. Juice jacking happens when an unsuspecting user plugs their electronic devices into a USB port or USB cables that are loaded with malware. People don’t see this scam coming, however, if it is too good to be true, it probably is. This scam uses malware that infects the device giving hackers a way in. They can then read your export data, including your passwords. Rather than use any available charger, you should always carry your own charging device, only charging directly from an electrical outlet and using portable batteries that were bought from known venders. The scam is similar to scammers, who steal debit card numbers by putting illegal card readers or skimmers on ATMs. Don’t let the Grinch steal your holiday season.

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12 Days of Holiday Scams

"While we are enjoying this season with friends and family, remember, scammers never take a holiday..."

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Pay Me My Money Down

"Fraudsters continue to be one step ahead of technology..."

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12 Days of Holiday Scams

12 scams you should be aware of this holiday season...

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Let's Face(book) it.

Think before you "Like."  Hackers are waiting to steal your personal information...

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Elusive Assets After Death

Aubrey McClendon, a co-founder of Chesapeak Energy Corp. and a pioneer in the shale industry, died on March 2, 2016. Mr. McClendon had significant assets yet his estate appears to be insolvent. Creditor claims filed to date exceed $1.1 billion. Mr. McClendon’s business holdings were complex and the estate has had a hard time selling assets.

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Digital Asset List

Many of our clients have requested a means for recording and recalling the numerous user names, passwords and on-line account information that go hand-in-hand with living in a digital age. Please access our Digital Asset List for a comprehensive information gathering tool to collect your increasingly important information, which is vital to your agents and personal representatives in the event of your incapacity or your death. As with all such information, it should be stored in a safe place which is identified to your agents and personal representatives.

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