Apple Pay may be a convenient way to send money, but it's also become a favorite among scammers looking to make a quick buck at your expense.
If you receive a phone call from Apple Support, it could be a scammer attempting to steal your information and access your accounts.
If you've been notified that your Apple ID has been locked, don't click the link in the email as this could be an attempt to steal your password.
The Tinder safe dating scam tricks users into giving up their credit card info to verify their profiles and leads to auto-enrollment in monthly subscription-based porn sites.
Whether it's the IRS, Social Security office, or a relative, be careful with anyone asking for payment via an Apple gift card—it's likely a scam.
Beating this scam is simple—don't pay for anything using gift cards and don't give anyone you don't know or trust your gift card information.
Scammers are sending fake Venmo emails to Facebook Marketplace sellers in an attempt to steal login information and money.
If you've received a locked debit card text message from Citibank, it's likely a scam. Don't click on the link and delete the text message.
If you receive a text message from Chase Bank, don't click on any links or call the phone number listed—it could be a scam designed to steal your information and money.
If you receive a text message from American Express, don't click on any links or call the phone number listed—it could be a scam designed to steal your information and money.
Keeping your accounts secure means having a unique password for each one which is difficult unless you use a password manager.
Multiple text message scams are circulating around the world which claim that your Apple Pay has been suspended. We provide multiple examples of this scam and how to avoid this Apple Pay scam.
Phishing emails from scammers posing as McAfee are attempting to steal your private information such as credit card details, account logins, social security number, date of birth and more.
Over 1.4 million Americans reported being victims of identity theft in 2021. With the rapid rise of identity theft, it is now more likely that you will become a victim of identity theft than to have your car stolen.
Although a lot of work has been done to remove counterfeit Apple products from shelves and online stores, fake Apple watches are still easy to come by.
Apple creates a team for the sole purpose of removing fake products from social media sites.
The CDC is warning eye drops users of a rare bacterial infection from 2 brands of eye drops. The infection is resistant to antibiotics and has resulted in the loss of vision, loss of eyeballs and the death of 3 patients.
Zelle scams have reached a serious volume. New reports suggest that banks are looking at new refund protections for customers in 2023.
Hackers have gained access to 9.8 million customer records from Optus in Australia, exposing personal information such as driver licence, medicare and passport details.
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