Scammers are sending text messages claiming to be from Netflix and saying your subscription has been put on hold. Here's how to tell the texts are fake and what to do about it.
That Netflix email may seem genuine, but be sure to look for any red flags of a scam so you don't fall victim to identity theft.
Netflix has never offered a free subscription for an entire year. If you receive this offer from "Netflix," it's a scam.
Scammers take advantage of PayPal's buyer protection program to scam sellers out of their money and items for sale.
Not every phone call from a government agency is legit, in fact, the majority of calls that have a "Social Security Administration" caller ID are actually from scammers.
With many people opting for CBD products as a natural alternative to prescription drugs, it's important to know what to look for in CBD oils and other cannabinoids products.
New WhatsApp scams are making the rounds in the lead-up to Father’s Day 2022—here’s what you need to know.
Delivery companies like FedEx, USPS, and UPS are being impersonated in text messages instructing recipients to visit a scam website—here's what you need to know.