LINCOLN -- Here's another way to get scammed. A person finds out you have a home-based business. They call saying they represent a large company and want a lot of your product. They e-mailed you credit card information with a name and billing address. Looks legit...but not to Millie Muentes who runs a beauty business out of her home. She contacted postal inspectors who checked out the address. It was a freight warehouse with a foreign address. Turns out, the credit card had been stolen. Lincoln Police Officer Erin Spilker says when an on-line o phone order is large, it's a good idea to require a phone contact or have them provide you a phone number so you can check it out before you fill the order.