U.S. Fraud and Scam Statistics 2020 - $3.3 Billion Lost
Guides | 14 October 2021

U.S. Fraud and Scam Statistics 2020 - $3.3 Billion Lost

The U.S. saw a massive 45% increase from 2019 to 2020 in reports of fraud, scams, and identity theft and a 1,400% increase in 20 years from 2001.

How to Avoid Honor Society Scams & Why You Should Pick a Local Chapter
Guides | 24 September 2021 |

How to Avoid Honor Society Scams & Why You Should Pick a Local Chapter

With so many honor societies across the country, it can be difficult to decide which one to join. Here's why you should join a local chapter.

Is Robinhood a Scam?
FAQs | 21 September 2021 |

Is Robinhood a Scam?

5 Ways to Avoid Magazine Subscription Scams & How to Subscribe Safely
Guides | 8 September 2021 |

5 Ways to Avoid Magazine Subscription Scams & How to Subscribe Safely

Magazine subscriptions should be easy. Scammers are everywhere, costing Americans over $300M. We have gathered data from experts to show you who to avoid and who to trust.

How to Buy the Real Baby Yoda Doll (The Child) Plush Toy and Identify Fakes
Guides | 12 February 2021 |

How to Buy the Real Baby Yoda Doll (The Child) Plush Toy and Identify Fakes

Many 3rd party sellers on eBay, Amazon and other sites are using the official Disney picture of 'The Child' from the Mandalorian, aka Baby Yoda to sell counterfeit plush dolls.

Fake N95 Coronavirus Masks - How to Identify This Scam
Guides | 10 February 2021 |

Fake N95 Coronavirus Masks - How to Identify This Scam

Consumers have sought out the protection of N95 masks and searched online. But scammers have been selling fake products. 14+ million masks have been seized by US Customs

Is the Subway Footlong Sandwich (12 Inch Sandwich) a Scam?
FAQs | 3 February 2021 |

Is the Subway Footlong Sandwich (12 Inch Sandwich) a Scam?

In 2013 a teenager took a photo that showed an 11-inch Subway sandwich which seemed to contradict the brand promise of a 12-inch footlong sandwich.

Founder of Cancer Cure Scheme Arrested on $700,000 Fraud
News | 1 November 2020 |

Founder of Cancer Cure Scheme Arrested on $700,000 Fraud

A Nashville man claimed to have cured cancer and was in trial with Vanderbilt University, but was only interested in stealing a $10,000 deposit from patients to enter trial.