You can fight scammers who order big-ticket items from your Amazon account with a one-time password that stops them from receiving the item.
Received an Amazon package that you didn't order? Check your account—scammers could be posting fake reviews on your behalf.
Scammers are sending convincing emails, posing as shipping companies and online shopping sites, in order to collect your personal information.
Although somewhat harmless, being a target of a brushing scam can mean your information is compromised and could lead to more harmful scams.
Although buyers may seem like they're being helpful, an offer to organize shipping for you is often an attempt to scam you.
Although a local pickup may seem more convenient, beware of buyers who are just trying to scam you and get your item for free.
PayPal is a convenient way to pay for online purchases and has a reputation for safety and security. But scammers still find a way to use PayPal to help them steal products.
Scammers take advantage of PayPal's buyer protection program to scam sellers out of their money and items for sale.
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.
Stay cautious when you receive unexpected text messages or emails from FedEx—they could be fake messages being sent from scammers in an attempt to steal from you.
Online marketplaces may offer you opportunities to find some great deals—but they offer scammers just as much of a chance to score.
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Fake Gucci, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton handbags and clothing were just some of the items found in a large shipment of counterfeit goods coming in from China.
Robinhood's latest data breach of 5 million email addresses means that Robinhood users are about to encounter a wave of phishing attempts.
Robinhood recently suffered a massive data breach, exposing the information of millions of users.
Jumping on a social media or entertainment trend isn't always a good idea, especially when it comes to cryptocurrency.
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