Whether you use PayPal for personal use or business transactions, scammers are out to get you. It's what you know and how you act that will keep your money safe.
Nowadays, there are many options for quick peer-to-peer money transfers. Here are six safe ways to send electronic funds via mobile payment apps.
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.
The great thing about using PayPal when buying or selling things is that you're (for the most part) protected from fraud and scammers.
Alliant Credit Union has several security protocols in place to help protect you from fraud and scams, including ways to recover lost funds or limit your losses.
When a company is the victim of a data breach, it's completely out of your control. However, there are steps you can take afterward to protect your information and money.
Placing a fraud alert on your credit report is important when trying to recover from identity theft.
As a Navy Federal Credit Union customer, you're protected from hackers, imposters, and credit card fraud.
It's estimated that $13 billion is lost each year to identity thieves. Knowing how to recover is important to minimize your losses and get your life back on track.