Veterans are being scammed 

“While veterans are bombarded by the same scam pitches we all receive, our research found that they’re also under special attack by a number of additional scams tailored just for them.”     (the preceding paragraph is in the article from AARP. Follow the link below to read the article)

https://www.aarp.org/money/scams-fraud/info-2017/veterans-scam-protection-fd.html?cmp=SNO-ICM-TW-FRD-SP&socialid=1147313438

Here is another excerpt from the article; 

The veteran-specific scams that veterans reported encountering include being asked to:

Donate money to support fellow veterans;
Take part in a little-known government program that could bring lots of cash;
Improve the terms of a VA loan; or
Pay for a more affordable back, arm or knee brace
Six and a half million veterans are AARP members. The U.S. Postal Service is the largest employer of veterans in the United States, with 113,000 vets in its workforce.

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