It's not older Americans who fall for scams, but those who are younger, less educated, and underpaid.
That's according to a study from security firm "PC Tools" and survey firm "The Ponemon Institute."
The study surveyed adults in the U.S., Great Britain, and Australia.
Americans are most susceptible to scams involving a free prize or antivirus software...especially those living in the Northeast and Southwest.
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