Scammers are sending fake Venmo emails to Facebook Marketplace sellers in an attempt to steal login information and money.
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.
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.
Stay cautious when buying pets from private sellers online—many listings could be fake with scammers attempting to steal your money.
Buying a used car from a private seller can save you money, but it can also make you vulnerable to various scams. Protect yourself and your money from used car scams.
In this Craigslist rental scam, potential renters send money to the scammer before seeing the property only to realize the listing was fake and lose their money.
Getting more money than you've asked for may seem great, but it could actually be part of a scam to steal your money.