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Phone and online scams have more than proliferated this year; they appear to have metastasized.No less than five individuals I know have been approached by scammers trying to lure them into money-losing “propositions.” Two of them were told they were having problems with their tax returns.

They tend to profess their love very quickly, and spin elaborate tales about business ventures, overseas travel or family problems that end in requests for money or favors from their mark.

(Not true.) Two others got the “Grandma, please don’t tell my parents, but I’m in jail and need bail money” phone calls.

One of the women is childless; the other told the caller, “That’s funny.

DEAR ABBY: We are all familiar with the rules of who pays for what in a wedding.

Usually the bride’s family pays for certain portions of the wedding and reception, while the groom’s family pays for the rehearsal dinner, among other things. My daughter and her girlfriend are getting married, and I’m confused about the financial etiquette. — MODERN DAD IN LOUISIANA DEAR MODERN DAD: According to Steven Petrow, the LGBT etiquette author, there are few set rules about gay weddings.