Does a big bucks pet-sitting job sound too good to be true? Scam alert!

Consumer advocates say be on alert for scam potential: The Better Business Bureau is seeing ‘multiple reports of a tempting scam that appears to be a friendly family looking for a pet sitter’. But it could actually be an attempt to mine your personal information and drain your bank account. — Dreamstime/TNS

TAMPA, Florida: You’re a college kid in need of a part-time job when a really tempting offer appears in your inbox.

Pays big. Involves puppies. What could possibly go wrong?

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