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One of the many new scams is the phony bills that give individuals bad credit.  There is a cable company that is notorious for doing that. Even after they have been given proof, the collection agencies remain on their reports.  I know this to be true from several people who have had this issue.  There is also the new clean up your credit scam.  Those are horrible.  I know someone who reviewed their adverts and the comments were extremely negative.  There is also another type of credit.  For example, this occurs particularly in the workplace.  An individual may work hard to complete a project.  Then, their boss will claim it was their work and end up with all of the accolades and a raise. If the person who did the work tries to prove it was them the boss simply fires them. I have seen this in person and on Facebook videos.  In a number of the old TV shows, including “The Brady Bunch” a sibling will often step up and take the blame for a younger sister or brother.  One example is when the middle child, Peter, broke his mother’s vase.  All of his siblings stood up and said they broke it to each parent separately.  Of course, they did it because Peter had been looking forward to a camping trip and they simply wanted to help him.  Needless to say, the parents figured it out immediately.  In the end, his conscious got the better of him and he admitted what he did to the parents and didn’t go on the trip.  In the Good Gus series, credit was given wherever it was due.  Sheriff Gus was a hero in many stories which made the town of Pecos very proud. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books are available now!  Books one and two are now available on the Tractor Supply website. “Misplaced Trust” will be available next month.

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