By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The U.S. attorney for Massachusetts issued a self-described "stern warning" yesterday to anyone who might seek to exploit the coronavirus pandemic for their own financial gain. U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling says "As our communities take extraordinary measures to confront the coronavirus outbreak, some may view this as an opportunity to prey on the public's fears and anxieties. The Department of Justice is now focused on cybercrime, sale of counterfeit goods, treatment scams and other healthcare and investment scams arising from the pandemic. My office will aggressively prosecute anyone engaged in this kind of activity. Lelling's office said any resident who thinks they might be the victim of fraud or any other criminal activity related to the pandemic should contact his office at 1-888-221-6023 or call local police, especially if someone comes to your home in a white van, in Hazmat suits, telling you they’re able to check your house for the CoronaVirus. They take fake vitals and steal from people while in your home do not let them into your home and call police immediately.