Craigslist scams are more common than we'd like, but there are steps to take to help keep yourself (and others) safe.
Whether you donate to a charity this season or buy your family a new puppy, scammers are eagerly waiting to trick you into giving up your personal information in these holiday scams.
Avoiding Craigslist scams is sometimes as easy as not clicking on any links or only accepting cash payments, however, scammers are finding new ways to trick and defraud you.
Online marketplaces may offer you opportunities to find some great deals—but they offer scammers just as much of a chance to score.
With every Facebook Messenger scam, the attacker is trying to steal from you—whether they’re after money, login credentials, or other personal information.
Whether it's a counterfeit product, a sketchy seller, or a price too good to be true, eBay scams are widespread, so it's important to know how to protect yourself.
One of the fastest-growing retail channels, OfferUp is a prime target for scammers, taking advantage of private sellers and buyers.
With more than 2.7 billion Facebook users worldwide, the social media platform has become a playground for scammers who target unsuspecting users.