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Mo Show Live with Melissa Riopka

photo of morris with melissa riopka The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, January 6th at 3:15 PM central time and will feature guest Melissa Riopka. She will join the show to discuss her career as a morning news anchor, including what maintaining a healthy work-life balance looks like when your day starts before 2:00 AM.

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Auto Warranty Robocall Scams On the Rise

Have you been receiving those car warranty scam calls too? Robocalls are something we have all become accustomed to in the last few years, but they declined in the spring of 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic led to stay-at-home orders in the US. However, robocalls are on the rise as the economy continues to reopen, according to a recent report from YouMail. If you own a vehicle, chances are you’re getting bombarded with robocalls about your auto warranty or insurance lately. The car warranty scam has been circulating for years. Recently, there’s been an increase in the volume of these auto warranty calls. In fact, YouMail data shows that auto warranty scam calls were the most frequently made robocall in July and August of this year.

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M&B Live: Attorney Joel Dilorenzo on the Zantac® Drug Recall

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Join Martinson & Beason attorney Morris Lilienthal and attorney Joel Dilorenzo for a discussion on the Zantac® drug recall on Wednesday, August 26th at 11:00 AM (CST). Through an interactive question and answer format, Morris and Joel will be discussing why the medication was recalled, what dangers it poses to those who consumed it, and the current litigation against the manufacturers of Zantac®

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Mo Show Live with Wade Waldrop

The next episode of the Mo Show Live will air Wednesday, August 19th at 3 PM central time and will feature Coach Wade Waldrop. The head football coach at James Clemens High School will join Morris to discuss his coaching philosophy and how he’s handling this season with the impact…

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Zoom Under Scrutiny for ‘Deceptive’ Privacy and Security Claims

zoom app pulled up on a cell phone, computer with covid-19 article also in photo The popular video conferencing platform Zoom has come under fire recently. There has been a growing chorus of concerns regarding the video chat software’s privacy and security flaws, prompting a U.S. Senator to ask the Federal Trade Commission to launch an investigation. Several state attorney generals have also probed Zoom about their flaws after many users, including some government officials, have reported harassment, known as “Zoombombing,” on the platform.

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How We Are & How You Can Say Thank You to the COVID19 Heroes

gloves hanging on a clothes line with a thank you note   The COVID-19 outbreak has proven to be a challenging and difficult time for us all. With statistics and reports changing daily, it is a time filled with great uncertainty. As of March 31st, the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 nation-wide has grown to 163,539. However, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that it could take up to 14 days after exposure for an individual to display symptoms, meaning this number is most likely higher. Because this virus spreads fast and there is currently no vaccine to prevent the disease, the CDC urges that the best way to prevent illness is to avoid exposure. This means avoiding close contact with others, washing your hands often, and staying home if you are sick.

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