1. The major reason that elderly people are so susceptible to telemarketing fraud is that they: a. Are often financially in need. b. Have an excess amount of cash to invest. c. Are often lonely and enjoy talking to friendly callers. d. Are none of the above.
2. Consumers should provide credit card numbers or bank account information over the telephone only when: a. They initiated the call and are purchasing a legitimate product. b. They are asked to give the information. c. The entity receiving this information is a legitimate company. d. They feel confident that the receiving entity will protect such information. e. Doing so qualifies them to receive certain financial benefits.