It may be exciting to receive a letter telling you you've won a huge sweepstakes prize, but before you celebrate, verify the letter first. More often than not, it's a scam.
When entering PCH sweepstakes to win money and other prizes, make sure you're on the actual PCH website and not a fake version.
If you receive a check in the mail from Publishers Clearing House from winning a sweepstake, don't celebrate just yet.
Fabulous wealth and life-changing prizes aren't always what's to be expected after receiving a call from PCH—it could just be a scam to steal your information and money.
Always be wary of strangers trying to sell you "winning" lottery tickets that they can't cash in—they're more than likely trying to scam you out of hundreds of dollars.
Scammers are taking advantage of renters desperate and in a rush to find a new home, stealing thousands from innocent people.
Be careful before clicking on links in Navy Federal emails—scammers impersonate the popular credit union in an attempt to steal your information.
If you received an Amazon OTP text message out of the blue, it could be a sign that someone else is trying to log into your account.
Need to get tested? Only get tested at healthcare facilities or pharmacies, or buy at-home tests that are FDA-approved.