If you ever need to check your Facebook account, always log in directly from the app or by typing in the URL. Don't trust every link you receive in your email.
Beware of buyers on Craigslist who only want to pay for your item with a cashier's check, then overpay you for your items—they're trying to steal money from you.
Escrow services are supposed to keep your money safe, but in this Craigslist scam, these escrow sites will do more damage than good.
Keep your money safe by only paying for your new pet once you have the pet in your possession and avoid using Cash App.
Don't trust anyone who asks for payment via eBay gift cards, even if they claim they are from a legitimate company or government agency.
Buying a car on OfferUp may be a cheaper option, but it doesn't come without risks.
Don't fall victim to eBay Motors scams. Know the red flags, such as not being able to see the car in person first, a pushy seller, or a strange payment method.
You can buy almost anything on OfferUp—but unfortunately, you can get sold out just as easily, especially through a number of different OfferUp phishing scams.
Stay cautious when buying pets from private sellers online—many listings could be fake with scammers attempting to steal your money.
Scammers are taking advantage of renters desperate and in a rush to find a new home, stealing thousands from innocent people.
LinkedIn has become one of the most impersonated brands and targets of scammers. Learn how to protect yourself and use the platform safely.
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.
You're finally ready to pull the trigger on that Louis Vuitton belt you've been eyeing, but before shelling out the big bucks, use these tips to make sure you're not getting ripped off.
Craigslist scams are more common than we'd like, but there are steps to take to help keep yourself (and others) safe.
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.
Find out what the overturning of Roe vs. Wade means for abortion rights in your state.
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