The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) is warning the public that scammers are once again trying to take advantage of military members, veterans and their families. This time, scammers are using the name "Exchange Inc." in an attempt to trick unsuspecting types into believing they are dealing with AAFES while buying used vehicles and engines. In a news release on its website, AAFES says that the scammers are attempting to fool military members into thinking they are working with AAFES, pretending the exchange is brokering the sale of used cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats and boat engines. Read more on Military.com.
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